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"Aria Pro II - The Cat"

Aria Pro II The Cat BassPublished on 10/12/03 at 15:00
A friend give it to me because he bought a jackson, so I thought "this must be a piece of s**t", but no, now, I m a fan of aria vintage guitars.

It´s very comfortable, the design is beautiful, there ´s a lot of people saying that aria guitars suck, they think that the only good guitars are fender and gibson
they prefer a squier than an aria
squier guitars are the biggest piece of s**t that I ever seen, the wood is cheap, the freatbord sucks, they re horrible.

One of the things I don t like from aria guitars are the pickups, they re cheap, but they can be replaced (It s not the perfect guitar)but they re very well made

The aria vintage guitars are very well made, the quality is......
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A friend give it to me because he bought a jackson, so I thought "this must be a piece of s**t", but no, now, I m a fan of aria vintage guitars.

It´s very comfortable, the design is beautiful, there ´s a lot of people saying that aria guitars suck, they think that the only good guitars are fender and gibson
they prefer a squier than an aria
squier guitars are the biggest piece of s**t that I ever seen, the wood is cheap, the freatbord sucks, they re horrible.

One of the things I don t like from aria guitars are the pickups, they re cheap, but they can be replaced (It s not the perfect guitar)but they re very well made

The aria vintage guitars are very well made, the quality is amazing, and for all those a**holes out there that think aria sucks, the most important thing is learn to play, then when you can think that you re best than eddie van halen, buy the guitar that you want.

no more descriptions, just play one and you will understand me

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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"Aria Pro II "The Cat""

Aria Pro II The Cat BassPublished on 07/09/01 at 15:00
Paid $250 for this in a music store back in 1985. I remember it clearly because it was the day I got my wisdom teeth out.

Nice unit, pretty solid, decent sound. One relatively hot humbucker in the bridge position.

Paint has chipped quite a bit. Cheap tremolo and bridge unit.

Average

This is a good beginner guitar. The pickups sound pretty good and this guitar makes a good one for playing lead. You won't get a lot of variety in sound out of it for this reason, though.


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" Aria SB fretless version of the cat"

Aria Pro II The Cat BassPublished on 08/14/14 at 19:49
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neck-composed of several species of very typical manufacturing luthiers "Matsumoku" and an ebony fingerboard with pleasant touch.

UTILIZATION

The esthetisue is a matter of taste, we like it or pad .Moi, that's fine.
The weight is ... downright monstrous ... and therefore, sustain, and deep rich sound également.Les four strings purr, simper and miaulentplutôt nicely glissandos on ebony, with a bit of reverb is the most beautiful effect.
BUT WHY THIS LOW HAS IT THAT FOUR STRINGS Te?
..... It is his only fault.

SOUNDS

Active electronics one microphone but the "Varitone" brings a nice tonal variation (it is not pretty the tautology?)

OVERALL OPINION

A very beautiful......
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neck-composed of several species of very typical manufacturing luthiers "Matsumoku" and an ebony fingerboard with pleasant touch.

UTILIZATION

The esthetisue is a matter of taste, we like it or pad .Moi, that's fine.
The weight is ... downright monstrous ... and therefore, sustain, and deep rich sound également.Les four strings purr, simper and miaulentplutôt nicely glissandos on ebony, with a bit of reverb is the most beautiful effect.
BUT WHY THIS LOW HAS IT THAT FOUR STRINGS Te?
..... It is his only fault.

SOUNDS

Active electronics one microphone but the "Varitone" brings a nice tonal variation (it is not pretty the tautology?)

OVERALL OPINION

A very beautiful instrument ... the violin is perfect ...

Commme Matsumoku factories, a company formed colllectif dre Luthers exception, created in 1900 but have had to close (soil) under the door in 1987, there probably exist more in the future equivalent Japanese ... All these intruments remain in no doubt, legendary ... In this era of $ sgouins who worships "the brand" foremost though in fact it is now the job "quickly, rather poorly made, poor but cheaper "these instruments luthiers remain safe bets! THEY ARE VERY IN RATINGS! I have four, I care!
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Aria Pro II The Cat BassPublished on 04/29/03 at 06:31
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4 strings, 3 pickups, 24 frets, 3 potentiomtres

UTILIZATION

Channel trs enjoyable
Easy Access in AIGS
Good ergonomics
Easily obtained a good sound, rich, powerful.

SOUNDS

Trs should play well for the variation on or rock.
I play with a Peavey TKO 115 amp.
I use a registry frequency drives extreme and I do not like frquences mdianes. I well boosts the bass and AIGS.

OVERALL OPINION

I use this instrument for about a year. I love the sound, wood, touch. the width of the handle of the boxes.
The rglage trs is stable, I do almost no tuning for 1 year.

IDAL is a tool for beginners despite its weight I find a bit heavy (well it's not a big handicap).

Before I DCID,......
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4 strings, 3 pickups, 24 frets, 3 potentiomtres

UTILIZATION

Channel trs enjoyable
Easy Access in AIGS
Good ergonomics
Easily obtained a good sound, rich, powerful.

SOUNDS

Trs should play well for the variation on or rock.
I play with a Peavey TKO 115 amp.
I use a registry frequency drives extreme and I do not like frquences mdianes. I well boosts the bass and AIGS.

OVERALL OPINION

I use this instrument for about a year. I love the sound, wood, touch. the width of the handle of the boxes.
The rglage trs is stable, I do almost no tuning for 1 year.

IDAL is a tool for beginners despite its weight I find a bit heavy (well it's not a big handicap).

Before I DCID, in the range of my budget, I tried a Yamaha bass and Washburn and others. J'tais advantage of a low 'headless' Steinberger, more lgre, but not found in France, he had to go to sites amricains. I prfr the Aria I could try. I t ds sduit I jou isntrument with this. I like the look of the Aria also.

There are many MODELS of the Aria Pro II with trs looks DIFFERENT. I think everyone should find something.

The report price is excellent quality.
I would do without hsitation choice.
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  • Manufacturer: Aria Pro II
  • Model: The Cat Bass
  • Category: 4-string bass guitars
  • Added in our database on: 01/08/2004

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