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4-string bass guitar from Cort belonging to the GB series.

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  • Super bass guitarist for ...

    Cort GB34APublished on 09/23/14 at 05:43
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    See specifications on the NET

    UTILIZATION

    I'm a guitarist and I wanted to open myself to the world bass ...
    But which to choose?

    I came across an advert offering this low, I tested and there, love at first sight ...
    I was looking for a handle that does not make me regret my guitar too quickly and honestly the handle is just perfect for me.

    Weight level, it is light and well balanced.

    SOUNDS

    Coupled with my Line 6 POD X3 Live, I can do just about any style.
    But given my low level, I've kept the classic sound ... It's not tomorrow that I would do the Marcus Miller, or other engineering 4-string ...

    I tried the Slap, that does not sound good, it "frieze" too much for......
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    UTILIZATION

    I'm a guitarist and I wanted to open myself to the world bass ...
    But which to choose?

    I came across an advert offering this low, I tested and there, love at first sight ...
    I was looking for a handle that does not make me regret my guitar too quickly and honestly the handle is just perfect for me.

    Weight level, it is light and well balanced.

    SOUNDS

    Coupled with my Line 6 POD X3 Live, I can do just about any style.
    But given my low level, I've kept the classic sound ... It's not tomorrow that I would do the Marcus Miller, or other engineering 4-string ...

    I tried the Slap, that does not sound good, it "frieze" too much for my taste ... Each boost it feels to type on a charleston battery ... I think this problem is coming Me ....

    OVERALL OPINION

    6 months ago I've pretty ... but not intensively.

    I tried a model that bassist buddy had lent me but the handle was too wide (my fingers not long enough ...)

    It is a low Active, we must become familiar with this feature because the slightest deviation can change the sound completely.

    Without hesitation, for beginners, it is a very good bass.
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  • Great for beginners!

    Cort GB34APublished on 12/28/13 at 07:26
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    4-string bass guitar, fretted, active Jazz Bass style. Made in Indonesia.
    It is equipped with two microphones MightyMite a Jazz Bass single side handle, and a double MusicMan bridge side.
    The satin maple neck with rosewood fingerboard. 22 frets, the tuning is standard.
    The body is agathis. The varnish is brushed.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is great to play!
    Average weight, slight tendency to nosedive. Access to acute is relatively easy.

    For audio, there is a large versatility of the.

    SOUNDS

    As I said above, this bass is very versatile, thanks to micro JB coupled to a micro style MM. We spend a very classic sound for the soft-rock blues / to a fat sound for punk / metal.
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    4-string bass guitar, fretted, active Jazz Bass style. Made in Indonesia.
    It is equipped with two microphones MightyMite a Jazz Bass single side handle, and a double MusicMan bridge side.
    The satin maple neck with rosewood fingerboard. 22 frets, the tuning is standard.
    The body is agathis. The varnish is brushed.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is great to play!
    Average weight, slight tendency to nosedive. Access to acute is relatively easy.

    For audio, there is a large versatility of the.

    SOUNDS

    As I said above, this bass is very versatile, thanks to micro JB coupled to a micro style MM. We spend a very classic sound for the soft-rock blues / to a fat sound for punk / metal.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I for one short month now. This is my first bass, and I am extremely happy.
    I esssayé the past Ibanez ATK200, well, frankly, quality level, there are not too many differences.

    With experience, yes, I do the same choice, because it is a very good versatile bass.
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  • Cort GB 34A

    Cort GB34APublished on 11/04/04 at 15:00
    $219 US at Adirondack Strings, Albany NY.

    I was in the shop for another reason and
    they just INSISTED that I check out their
    new arrivals from Cort. They weren't kidding and I wound up playing for 45min
    just because it played well and sounded
    really good, and I kept finding more new
    voices from 3 very simple controls.

    It plays easy, reasonable weight, really
    good tone and variety of voices, simple
    controls and traditional styling. Also
    price is low, it seems decently made and
    has respected name-brand electronics.
    Has a PU balancer knob instead of two
    seperate PU gain knobs [easier for me].

    The neck PU exhibits typical single-coil
    susceptibility to external noise sources.

    The......
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    $219 US at Adirondack Strings, Albany NY.

    I was in the shop for another reason and
    they just INSISTED that I check out their
    new arrivals from Cort. They weren't kidding and I wound up playing for 45min
    just because it played well and sounded
    really good, and I kept finding more new
    voices from 3 very simple controls.

    It plays easy, reasonable weight, really
    good tone and variety of voices, simple
    controls and traditional styling. Also
    price is low, it seems decently made and
    has respected name-brand electronics.
    Has a PU balancer knob instead of two
    seperate PU gain knobs [easier for me].

    The neck PU exhibits typical single-coil
    susceptibility to external noise sources.

    The knobs are on the pickguard instead of
    a seperate metal plate
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  • Cort GB 34 A

    Cort GB34APublished on 11/03/04 at 15:00
    Adirondack Strings Albany NY US $219

    Actually, much as I liked it, I don't need
    another ax of this type. But I played it
    for about 3/4 hr and feel it's the best
    $219 bass I've ever touched, and want to
    review it so people know this alternative
    Squire and Ibanez. I was in the shop for
    another reason and they INSISTED that I
    check out this new bottomfeeder. They are
    really right on it. Very cool for low $$.

    Sounds great and offers several distinct and useful voices.

    Reasonable weight.

    Looks good in a Fender-like way, complete
    with open-geared duck-foot tuners that are
    very smooth-working.

    Has pickup balancer and a single [master]
    gain knob [instead of 2 gain knobs].



    Stacked......
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    Adirondack Strings Albany NY US $219

    Actually, much as I liked it, I don't need
    another ax of this type. But I played it
    for about 3/4 hr and feel it's the best
    $219 bass I've ever touched, and want to
    review it so people know this alternative
    Squire and Ibanez. I was in the shop for
    another reason and they INSISTED that I
    check out this new bottomfeeder. They are
    really right on it. Very cool for low $$.

    Sounds great and offers several distinct and useful voices.

    Reasonable weight.

    Looks good in a Fender-like way, complete
    with open-geared duck-foot tuners that are
    very smooth-working.

    Has pickup balancer and a single [master]
    gain knob [instead of 2 gain knobs].



    Stacked bass & treble knobs [personal].

    Not an extreme problem, but the neck PU is
    susceptible to environmental hum sources,
    including the amp if you're close to that.

    Neck appear to be 1 piece maple, rosewood
    fretboard, Fender-style head & tuners.
    An opaque metalic finish was well applied
    to the body so I don't know the wood but
    it's medium-light weight.

    Setup [as shipped when i tried it] was a
    bit high but still easy enought to play.
    Neck relief was more than necessary so I
    assume it's a climatic thing. The rod nut
    is accessible at the head with no cover to
    remove and no aesthetic problems with that
    arrangement.

    PUs are Might Mites, humbucker at bridge
    and J-type at neck. Battery door on rear
    says "Fishman". I think the great sound
    you can get is due mainly to the Fishman
    and Might Mite electicals, that seem to be
    passive PUs with active EQ [2channel].

    Except for the rear battery box, it's all
    front routed, with a stylish pickguard.
    The output jack is on the lower body edge,
    a wise exception from the over-all Fender
    styling of this ax.

    I am amazed by the tones you can get from
    such an entry-priced bass, and it seems
    built well enough and with just enough
    features that I think the buyer will wait
    a lot longer into their bass progress
    before wanting an "upgrade". It's a good
    enough ax to carry you a long time, not
    some "get-by" ax that you can't wait to
    leave behind. You get sick of your SG or
    Squire and you buy a $400-$700 ax next but
    that range isn't special enough to replace
    this ax. You keep this one until you've
    got a really good idea why you want/need
    something with a 4-digit price tag.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • Cort GB34A

    Cort GB34APublished on 08/23/04 at 15:00
    I wanted to learn bass with a guitar that I wouldn't have to trade up when I could play, and the music store dude suggested the Cort GB34A above the Yamaha 270 (which is much lighter by far).
    List price was AUD$399 and I got 15% off that April 2004.

    I've learned a lot since I bought this guitar, and I reckon it's design comes from the Music Man bass that Leo Fender made after selling Fender to CBS. It has the same bridge as a Music Man Stingray as well as a very similar headstock, pickguard, and trim pot locations. It also has a blend of StingRay and Sabre Bass pickup configuration with Mighty Mite humbucker at the bridge and PJ style at the neck.
    The sound that it puts out is awesome,......
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    I wanted to learn bass with a guitar that I wouldn't have to trade up when I could play, and the music store dude suggested the Cort GB34A above the Yamaha 270 (which is much lighter by far).
    List price was AUD$399 and I got 15% off that April 2004.

    I've learned a lot since I bought this guitar, and I reckon it's design comes from the Music Man bass that Leo Fender made after selling Fender to CBS. It has the same bridge as a Music Man Stingray as well as a very similar headstock, pickguard, and trim pot locations. It also has a blend of StingRay and Sabre Bass pickup configuration with Mighty Mite humbucker at the bridge and PJ style at the neck.
    The sound that it puts out is awesome, the active EQ excellent, especially given the price of the instrument, and it is well balanced, though I'm thinking that I'd like a Curbow 4 as well now! It has a 34" scale and any fret buzz I've had to date is fixed by adjusting my hands and is not a fretting fault.
    The lead plug is located at the bottom side of the instrument which I reckon is far
    better than leads that exit from the face of the body as is traditional.
    The finish is beautiful and certainly the instrument is priced way under it's real value.

    I reckon that even a basic manual should come with any instrument, and was very surprised that none either come with it or are available to download from www.cort.com. There are no tuning or care for instructions, and you've got to figure out the EQ knobs for yourself.
    I was under the distinct impression that the instrument was made in Korea (as given at Cort website) but found that this one was in fact made in the Phillipines. Whether or not manufacture nation has any impact upon quality is debateable, given Squire's and Fenders being made in Mexico etc etc.

    Solid is a good word here. The body is agathis (which is an Australina native pine commonly called Hoop Pine), and the neck is rock maple. The neck sits perfectly into the body and is held by four screws in recesses. The quality is genuinely excellent and stands pretty much in a league of it's own when comparing value for price.

    In this day and age you can forget brand names, because all a brand name does is triple the price for a quarter the value. look past the brand and at what you get on the instrument, and you'll be amazed at this little beauty!

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • Versatile

    Cort GB34APublished on 11/20/11 at 06:32
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    4-string bass guitar, fret, active style Jazz Bass. Made of Indonsie.
    It has two microphones MightyMite, a simple ct Jazz Bass neck and a double ct MusicMan bridge.
    The handle satin stocky, with rosewood fingerboard, is fine and trs trs comfortable, comparable to the Ibanez SR. A rgal! There are 22 frets, the tuning is standard.
    The body is Agathis, as is often the entry-level instruments. The satin varnish is enjoyable and rsistant.

    UTILIZATION

    I RPET, the handle is great!
    Access in acute trs is correct (junction body / handle the 17th fret), and ergonomics as well. The dcoupes the comfort and weight are reasonable. Same trend when it stung a little nose, take a strap that......
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    4-string bass guitar, fret, active style Jazz Bass. Made of Indonsie.
    It has two microphones MightyMite, a simple ct Jazz Bass neck and a double ct MusicMan bridge.
    The handle satin stocky, with rosewood fingerboard, is fine and trs trs comfortable, comparable to the Ibanez SR. A rgal! There are 22 frets, the tuning is standard.
    The body is Agathis, as is often the entry-level instruments. The satin varnish is enjoyable and rsistant.

    UTILIZATION

    I RPET, the handle is great!
    Access in acute trs is correct (junction body / handle the 17th fret), and ergonomics as well. The dcoupes the comfort and weight are reasonable. Same trend when it stung a little nose, take a strap that grips well.
    Please note that the shape of the body asymtrique that some stands (in the form of A) are not suitable, can slide ca.

    On the copy I possde, there was a false contact in the electronic cblage, I redid the weld and it rsolu. After a few years, double the equalizer knob starts sputtering, I'll have to replace it.

    SOUNDS

    The sounds can be achieved with this low are trs Varis, and adapted many styles of music. Without touching the EQ you go to a full acute engraved on the mere sound fat and slamming on the double, to a deep and velvety when they are parallle. Next, we want to be sculptured as: deaf, perant, dig vintage ...
    I like the deep sound with little sharp for the game to the fingers, sounds more slammin mdiator for the game, and any funds for the slap!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have over three years, and she is perfect for home studio use. The good part is the handle, the original configuration of microphones, and electronic active. The only ngatif is the finish of the electronics.
    The quality-price ratio is good trs. I would do probably this choice, unless I opt for model 5-string.
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  • Cort GB34APublished on 12/23/04 at 06:43
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This bass has a classic design, even in very traditional niveu keys, old model.
    The microphone works very well and are arranged so that they can easily play Slap for novices. There are three possible settings, one for volume one for the Treble, and the third used to adjust the microphone to the style you want to play, more rounded in jazz, the blues or the post-rock, more acute, ideal for rock 'n' roll, ska, or the slap (adapting the treble) and finally a more nasal suitable metal, punk, to industrial, ...

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very nice, easy access to treble, the bass is well proportioned and is not heavy. You can get a very good sound, it depends on what one wants to play,......
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    This bass has a classic design, even in very traditional niveu keys, old model.
    The microphone works very well and are arranged so that they can easily play Slap for novices. There are three possible settings, one for volume one for the Treble, and the third used to adjust the microphone to the style you want to play, more rounded in jazz, the blues or the post-rock, more acute, ideal for rock 'n' roll, ska, or the slap (adapting the treble) and finally a more nasal suitable metal, punk, to industrial, ...

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very nice, easy access to treble, the bass is well proportioned and is not heavy. You can get a very good sound, it depends on what one wants to play, but it is not inaccessible for beginners.

    SOUNDS

    It works well for styles that I play are many, it works fine with my old Yamaha 120W. And what is sounds, I retype what I have described: There are three possible settings, one for volume one for the Treble, and the third used to adjust the microphone to the style you want to play, rounder for jazz, blues or the post-rock, more acute, ideal for rock 'n' roll, ska, or the slap (adapting the treble) and finally a more nasal sound that is suitable for metal , to punk, to industrial, ...
    I do not like this sound very nasal, but played without a tab that gives its hard, but not hardcore.
    To play the hardcore, you know what you have to do ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 6 months, and I sincerely believe that such a price, this bass is far better than any other in the same low price range, it's a nice snub to another low in Cort , Action Bass, which I find good overall but limited capabilities.
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  • Cort GB34APublished on 05/31/07 at 02:14
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    CONSTRUCTION Bolt-on =
    BODY Agathis =
    = NECK Maple, 'C' Shape
    NECK WIDTH = 1F: 38mm / 22F: 62mm
    NECK THICKNESS = 1F: 21mm, 12F: 23mm
    Rosewood fingerboard = 12 "Radius (305mm)
    = FRET 22 / Large (2.7mm)
    INLAY White Dot =
    TUNER = Open gear
    SCALE = 34 "(864mm)
    = NUT Graphite Black
    EB7 = BRIDGE (4)
    PICKUP MMJA = (n)-Alnico & MBA4 (b)-Alnico
    CONTROL = 1vol, 1blend, 2tone
    PICKUP SWITCHING = N / A
    = HARDWARE CR (Chrome)
    UNIQUE FEATURE = White 3-ply pickguard
    STRING = (105-045)
    = COLOR BK (Black), 3TS (3 Tone Burst), WAS (Walnut Satin)
    LEFTY = N / A
    CASE = Optional

    UTILIZATION

    - The handle is it fun?
    my time so it slides a wish ^ ^

    - Access to......
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    CONSTRUCTION Bolt-on =
    BODY Agathis =
    = NECK Maple, 'C' Shape
    NECK WIDTH = 1F: 38mm / 22F: 62mm
    NECK THICKNESS = 1F: 21mm, 12F: 23mm
    Rosewood fingerboard = 12 "Radius (305mm)
    = FRET 22 / Large (2.7mm)
    INLAY White Dot =
    TUNER = Open gear
    SCALE = 34 "(864mm)
    = NUT Graphite Black
    EB7 = BRIDGE (4)
    PICKUP MMJA = (n)-Alnico & MBA4 (b)-Alnico
    CONTROL = 1vol, 1blend, 2tone
    PICKUP SWITCHING = N / A
    = HARDWARE CR (Chrome)
    UNIQUE FEATURE = White 3-ply pickguard
    STRING = (105-045)
    = COLOR BK (Black), 3TS (3 Tone Burst), WAS (Walnut Satin)
    LEFTY = N / A
    CASE = Optional

    UTILIZATION

    - The handle is it fun?
    my time so it slides a wish ^ ^

    - Access to acute (recent freight) is it easy?
    yes my time too, although it should be a little bit like a contortion all low.

    - Ergonomics is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)?
    The shape is classic yet practical, the weigh-in but his evil is his default imbalance! her nose looks (well it's not the worst but it's a bit boring)

    SOUNDS

    - They are suitable to your style of music?
    I play a little bit of everything but mainly rock and it works pretty well.

    - With what (s) amplifier (s) or effect (s) do you play?
    No effect on an Ashdown Perfect Ten 30W is perfect for beginner ;-)

    - What kind of sound you get and with what settings ("crystalline", "bold ",....)?
    A bit of everything, it may be appropriate in any way but not exeptional but hey it's an inch or a musicman warwick either and the price is not the same.

    - What are the sounds you prefer, you hate?
    when it is not plugged in. and can not play with :-)

    OVERALL OPINION

    - How long have you use it?
    September 2006

    - What is so special that you like most and least?
    + ==> You can play in all areas without excelling (after it depends on your level too)
    - ==> The imbalance

    - Have you tried many other models before buying it?
    an ibanez but it has happened to him in. ankle :-)

    - How would you rate the quality / price?
    it is also a very good very good on this bass

    - With experience, you do again this choice? ...
    A charge that I really began when I took it in. I knew then evaluate too low but that the I felt it was ofSuite bonne.Faut say that I live in a small town where there is too many choices in. So with more knowledge about the world of bass and more choices I do not know ...
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  • Cort GB34APublished on 03/13/05 at 12:36
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It has a low design comparable to the Basic fender jazz bass. 22 frets.
    Low active, three selections most serious and acute microphones.
    Good mics for the range.

    With the different settings you can have a variety of its different to play a little bit of all styles Different.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very enjoyable and accessible acute but the bass is heavy enough that losing a bit of jouabilit but that n is a matter of habit. With a few months it is very well to low

    SOUNDS

    This bass is really versatile, that with no regulation of the bass you can really get a multitude of sounds. euuh I repeat myself a little right?
    J ai jou on Peavey 15 watt (c is still on the small......
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    It has a low design comparable to the Basic fender jazz bass. 22 frets.
    Low active, three selections most serious and acute microphones.
    Good mics for the range.

    With the different settings you can have a variety of its different to play a little bit of all styles Different.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very enjoyable and accessible acute but the bass is heavy enough that losing a bit of jouabilit but that n is a matter of habit. With a few months it is very well to low

    SOUNDS

    This bass is really versatile, that with no regulation of the bass you can really get a multitude of sounds. euuh I repeat myself a little right?
    J ai jou on Peavey 15 watt (c is still on the small amp that you realize the strengths and weaknesses of a bass or guitar). Also on Carvin, and Hartke but with big speakers and am quite satisfied with this bass is

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have the last 9 months, I likes the simplicity of getting the sound that you want with this bass
    j've tried several models from Cort and Fender
    This is for me or one of the best value for money for the low end is an excellent low c
    experience with the same choice I do it again the optical ds to start low but even for scenes, if the amp is, it holds very well the road.
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  • Cort GB34APublished on 02/17/07 at 02:19
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in Indonesia ...
    22 Frets, a simple microphone and a Mighty Mite humbucker, I know it's worth cque =)
    Three knobs: one volume, one for the selection of microphones and a final two axes, which is actually a kind of BassBoost and / or aiguboost.
    I love the color
    I do not know what it's worth, but given the price, I think the pickups are not top top, similar to the bridge. I had the strings at the base are a calamity, but that's good for 25 € I bought more, it sounds better right away.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is a bit flat, I would have preferred more roundness, in addition, access to acute hard (when I say that's Paske soloing I love going in the 20th box, otherwise the......
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    Made in Indonesia ...
    22 Frets, a simple microphone and a Mighty Mite humbucker, I know it's worth cque =)
    Three knobs: one volume, one for the selection of microphones and a final two axes, which is actually a kind of BassBoost and / or aiguboost.
    I love the color
    I do not know what it's worth, but given the price, I think the pickups are not top top, similar to the bridge. I had the strings at the base are a calamity, but that's good for 25 € I bought more, it sounds better right away.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is a bit flat, I would have preferred more roundness, in addition, access to acute hard (when I say that's Paske soloing I love going in the 20th box, otherwise the rest of the handle is quite nice), but his left hand so the game remains comfortable. It feels a bit slippery in the freight, which shows a finish made in a hurry, but good, the playability is still very little altered.
    The big disadvantage of this bass is its weight, and poor distribution of it: when I put the bass on my knees, inevitably she leans forward. Surely the head, but I think it can be resolved in a luthier. I like the shape, glue it to the body. The sound is ok for a bass this price, it is good on a good amp and with other strings. The game is easy to finger the slap sounds good.

    SOUNDS

    I play funky rock and this bass suits me. It sounds quite round to jazz and is easily adjusted for more potato. Moreover, it is an active, and sends
    At home, I have a 15W Laney HardCore (= shit is not even worth a try) so I can not say too much, but I play a nice 60W, and there, the sound is good.
    J'utulise sometimes a distortion, it sounds too, but the clean sound is better. One downside: a tendency to crackle when the eq on my bass is pushed on the acute damage to the slap.
    Good overall sound, rather Polyval.

    OVERALL OPINION

    My first bass, bought on the recommendation. I think for the price, it can hardly be better in sound. Ergonomics is not top, but hey you get used to (I still have a broken strap, after it's true that it was not quality =).
    I use it for six months, I am not unhappy with my choice.
    I recommend it to beginners who want the bass sound.
    I have tried other basses in the shop, including a Yamaha around € 250 and I prefer this Cort. The model is also 5-string, but for starters, I chose 4. I do not have that choice would do today, I changed (chuis better: p) so I plan to buy a new low in the coming years, but I highly recommend to anyone starting out.
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