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4-string bass guitar from Cort belonging to the Signature series

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  • metalexophobiemetalexophobie

    Cort GS-Axe-2Published on 06/15/12 at 17:15
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    -USA with platinum plate.
    Just kidding, of Asia (Indonesia)
    Easel-typed low base type not new, BUT with a small cache of iron as the fender telecaster from home, it's pretty! (How to change strings bear it cover screws planted in corp?)
    -The knobs? no surprises or problems: Volume and tone.

    UTILIZATION

    Handle heavy-falling slightly, the back is painted black and varnished.
    Mmm a low-ax? it's look first! the handle falls a little, you need straplocks if you use it often.
    -If not unpleasant contact with the microphones and high where there are sharp shock our poor palms sometimes!
    - Personally, I like less and less paint and painted on the back of the neck
    after it is…
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    -USA with platinum plate.
    Just kidding, of Asia (Indonesia)
    Easel-typed low base type not new, BUT with a small cache of iron as the fender telecaster from home, it's pretty! (How to change strings bear it cover screws planted in corp?)
    -The knobs? no surprises or problems: Volume and tone.

    UTILIZATION

    Handle heavy-falling slightly, the back is painted black and varnished.
    Mmm a low-ax? it's look first! the handle falls a little, you need straplocks if you use it often.
    -If not unpleasant contact with the microphones and high where there are sharp shock our poor palms sometimes!
    - Personally, I like less and less paint and painted on the back of the neck
    after it is stylish.
    - Low which is cheap, and which is designed for either collection or decoration,
    its high frets and can cool, but it may be a form of touch '70's ​​...
    Access common-acute,

    SOUNDS

    His bold-as it should.
    Crystalline-? I have not tried!
    -Fat, not bad!
    Torque-Amplifier Basic + qqs Guitar Effects ... to the old school thrash metal venom.
    hard to be pointed in the discipline! ;-)
    -

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had it a month.
    -This is my third bass my preum's an Ibanez Ergodyne, immediately resold I nabbed a super DEAN V metal man, and one year after the signing Gene Simmons!
    Not bassist originally, I am pleased!
    The CORT-is primarily a collector's item and I think decoration, but with the burne in, I will also make use of it pretty quickly in my future project / group.
    -Value for money? yes and no. Finally you have a low ax with you what ... and this is not a toy,

    Dude, I have an ax bass.
    Signature KISS ...

    I would give news after more use!!
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