- Made in Indonesia
- 24 frets
- Easel "Cort" massif.
- 1 volume knob, 2 positions (split) which cuts the active equalizer.
- 1 knob "blend" microphones.
- 2 knobs assets
- Mid boost switch
- 2 microphones kind Musicman
- Handle 40mm at nut or between the PB and JB handle.
- Mahogany body, wenge neck (beautiful)
- A BMOL the mcaniques are "cheap" and do not appear to the agreement. Or is it my strings, j'diterai necessary.
(Say: these are the strings)
9, because I think it lacks a button for mdiums, rather than a switch.
- The handle is a marvel. That's why I bought this shovel. Weng beautiful and warm wood but is not a shred highway. Rather mind "Precision"
- Access to acute nickel. I finally bassists who play on 24 cases (or the prtendent) make me laugh ...
- The body is not bad calqu on JB. Ergonomic and very balanced. Nothing wrong, despite a weight of 4.3 kg. It's a lot (1 kg more than the Squier Precision VM)
- This bass does not sound it. She is very good in all registers thanks to the equalizer offers by the 2 knobs and switch over the microphones that offer the REALLY DIFFERENT sounds.
Without typ be the sound is good. I, who had an a priori anti Cort (why, I do not know, it's just a bullshit) I am satisfied with this bass. And I've had tons. However, I notice a difficulty ringing the low E at the del 11me box.
I use it only in a Rock context. Neck pickup 2/3, 1/3 pickup. 0 Treble, some serious, mediums switch "on". We keep a rock spirit, very Nevertheless round with a good attack.
This bass lends itself very well to slap with rglages oppposs.
Edit: use (trsrgulier), this coffee eventually disappoint me. Little or no personality. Cold as the floor of my room. (Fans reconnatront). No fat, no grain. Bass mtalleux.
Away from the heat of Preci, away from the presence of JB.
It's a good bass, burying many concurrent 300 roros.
On this Cort, the screws are well poses perpendicular to the wood (not home Squier, even the Classic Vibe models or VM), the shrink is flavou woods are beautiful, impeccably cavits the blind microphones es with graphite paint.
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I love: the handle finish.
I like least: the mcaniques, impersonal sound, the lack of heat.
I do not know where it was made. She has a big rack that is very strong. Bolt unglazed, fine and very enjoyable to play. 24 frets, the neck is quite short.
2 microphones kind musicman. adjustment of volume that is active / passive switch. balance between the two microphones, a serious one Treeble latter three have a notch in the middle, a medium switch on / off.
I takes only 7 here because pots are not super effective when the bass plugged into a bass amp. It will be better to play on the equa amp.
In one little passive play without battery. Character is what I do. Active in it pierces a little mix in what we do but I guess those who play hard and big amps, it will be cool.
The handle is downright fantastic. It is very soft and can very well feel the game I used my little finger easily while I really do not lumberjack hands.
The bass is relatively light and well balanced.
I am not using treble.
This gives a good sound, yes, unless you have a crap amp. When I got it I plugged directly into my Mackie and played through headphones, I had the bass I wanted. Playing on pots is varied tone. One little change and some register, but does not change the instrument. It is close enough to its accuracy, with a touch of modernity. One side a little less 70's or "old fashioned". Warning huh, I love the sound of personal precision, but it reminds me look too old groups we see the summer playing on the town hall square of the resort.
The two large microphones offer prime locations to put his thumb. According to the micro chosen, somewhat reduce the sound and play more discreet, and putting his thumb on the neck pickup it sends big bass. Putting his thumb on the handle was a sound that resembles a bass. This is the strong point of this bass, ringing in virtually every configuration, always with the heavy side and pointed the precison. Again, for the game finger microphones are perfect.
The sound is suitable for our style of music, yes. We climb rock project and we had no bass we bought specifically for this project. We wanted a heavy sound but beautiful. Not really metal or really pop. For bass, our reference groups are Joy Division, Siouxsie, Bauhaus ... The kings of the low gogoth. This is especially a Gothic project, but we love the bass sounds as bass is often dominant in these mixes and sound must be pleasant and powerful without being cluttered. Finally with this low, it is very close to the bass sound ZigloXX. We basically very happy. I plug in my old Peavey TKO115 that always works. impeccable. no effect. Occasionally, I put a ibanez TS9DX to say play a little harder if guitarists get angry.
I use it for 2 months.
I had dung, first, then a fender precision that I sold for jazz that was the mistake of my life, I sold the jazz. I did not play more in a group for years and we bought it for me includes training.
I love the sound, the look, the possibilities of changing its even playing, simply by placing the thumb on a microphone or another. Regarding the pots I'm not. I put everything back with a micro nbalance half for the 2 pickups play thoroughly. one medium. liabilities. This is my setting. Simple and effective.
there is nothing I like less. may be the look of pot are less class than painting, but at least there is no game painting is beautiful.
Unbeatable value for money. Other low price that it does not come at the ankle. better for me would be a rickenbacker ... or fender precision but I do not like the look. there. Go for it.