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Publié le 10/16/07 à 06:52
Bass made in Japan between 1983 and 1985 the belle epoque what.
22 frets, two pickups (one humbucker coil single coil and a microphone). knob a volume switch and a tonalite knob 3 positions.Manche threaded maple rosewood button.

UTILIZATION

Channel agreable.Le handle is super fast (medium scale), no problem of access to key aigus.La rosewood is beautiful (dark color), good qualité.Le an alder body
massif.Vu the good quality of wood used, given the age of the bass gives a vintage acoustic sound has a desire to empty the timber fully expressed, a lot of sustain, very crystalline, humm this crackling sound that low Recent pas.Sinon do its generally a rather round and punchy.

SOUNDS

I think it can suit any style of music if you want a vintage sound, can be a little more rock oriented but frankly almost everything can be played with.
The bass is very easy to adjust.

OVERALL OPINION

I play on Jazzbass, precision.J have had many basses, I remake this choice with his eyes closed so that low age bien.Pour say this bass has nothing to envy other most famous brands.
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