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Barracuda Guitars Precision BassPublished on 08/04/21 at 10:05
well guys something need to set straight, when looking for my precision bass it was not listed here guys its a humble little un branded company called gear4music, now it is good enough it has a good action on her and all but the company in itself i do not rate upon customer service, so even though its good the bass and all for most folks, the company does not offer any form of customising and were very rude with me upon my enquiry, so i do envisage a hunt at some point for another short scale left hand precision bass
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PrplePrple

Barracuda Guitars Precision BassPublished on 11/20/07 at 18:43
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
The P-Bass Barracuda is made in China (yes!).
It has 20 frets, a set of two microphones in the style of a Fender Precision and a microphone near the bridge supplmentaire style Fender Jazz Bass.
The bridge is of a Fender Precision
Rglages the two volume pots (one for the set and one Precision pickup for the Jazz pickup) and a knob for Tone.
I can not say too much what type of wood is the handle of a lack of knowledge my binisterie ...

UTILIZATION

The handle is enjoyable, is held well in hand.
CHAC is the acute right.
Ergonomics is the same as that of a Fender Precision, so no problem for me.
The sound is okay, but much less clear than other basses.

SOUNDS

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The P-Bass Barracuda is made in China (yes!).
It has 20 frets, a set of two microphones in the style of a Fender Precision and a microphone near the bridge supplmentaire style Fender Jazz Bass.
The bridge is of a Fender Precision
Rglages the two volume pots (one for the set and one Precision pickup for the Jazz pickup) and a knob for Tone.
I can not say too much what type of wood is the handle of a lack of knowledge my binisterie ...

UTILIZATION

The handle is enjoyable, is held well in hand.
CHAC is the acute right.
Ergonomics is the same as that of a Fender Precision, so no problem for me.
The sound is okay, but much less clear than other basses.

SOUNDS

This bass has everything beginners as appropriate given its low price. Perfect for playing the Pink Floyd (with knob Jazz Azro course).
I play mainly connected to the computer with Guitar Rig.
In rglant much amplification I am able to remove one's quite punchy. The simple rglage all pots of the instrument up and Pick Bass preset the amp virtual guitar rig in Bass Pro.
I like the sound gnral The only problem is that by means of slides dsagrable a zing, but I think I can fix that in as the easel rglant necessary.

OVERALL OPINION

I bought the t pass. I pay around $ 200 Canadian.
The particular feature that I really love and that I find is the original Jazz bass pickup supplmentaire. We can find INTERESTED sounds by combining the two styles of pickups.
I think I got my money ...
having to buy it back I would.
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  • Manufacturer: Barracuda Guitars
  • Model: Precision Bass
  • Category: 4-string bass guitars
  • Added in our database on: 01/03/2006

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