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Cort GB99
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Cort GB99

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

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«  Low endearing ... »

Published on 09/07/12 at 06:04
Low good quality made in Korea (the good side Cort factories ...) on the model of a Jazz Bass but with a good look at her body very light lime, poplar figured beautiful table if you like, handle and key Maple, 2 Alnico "Jazz Mightymite" chrome hardware, frame Neutrick jack, mechanical Hipshot.
The neck is thin and narrow enough, easy to play with his maple fingerboard.
Very nice violin, really successful, the bass is well balanced, ergonomic, lightweight and string-through sustain even give a good vacuum.
all exudes quality and strength, very impressive for the price ...

UTILIZATION

Its typical Jazz Bass (this is a normal GB ...) three knobs can radically change the sound and find what you want easily.
Mics of origin may be a bit weak and may lack personality but do the job without fuss.
The electronics are perfect, holding agreement is exemplary.

SOUNDS

Versatile instrument in terms of sound (such as the Jazz Bass ...) quite easily slapper more. I would have liked a little more reserve power for microphones.
This is clearly the amplification and pedal board that will give your color

OVERALL OPINION

I bought it to replace a conviction without that Jaguar had disappointed me (problem on my model ...) after trying and have found it very enjoyable to play.
I am attached and since I like it, it does the job.
This is possibly an excellent choice if considering an upgrade micro (the Crel?)
In short it is an instrument that does not disappoint, aged well (mine 5 years and is like new) to look well-typed but sounds versatile, easy to play, lightweight and reliable.
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