Low active Korean 24 boxes, basswood body and maple veneer figured (speckled? Dapple? Tiger?)
A handle 5 parts maple / walnut.
A massive bridge and Grover.
Bartolini two blocks, a micro scale, volume and two settings low and acute.
The neck is thin, round head and flat to the acute. Very nice for beginners like me.
The bass is light, cutting the body is comfortable, it looks like a Cort C4 thinner.
For sound, with a good violin Batolini it works, but is a matter of taste.
I use it to play metal, I was told that the active electronics would not be too many.
I think for the merger and other energetic music that's all good.
For jazz and other I am more reserved.
But I'm not a pro bass, so ...
I've had two weeks, and although the transition from guitar to bass has done well thanks to its jouabilitée.
I love its comfort, good punchy sound (active electronics), the hatch for the battery and the settings simple but effective.
And look what!
Less than 600 euros ... It's a favorite!
There must be cheaper, but with Barto and what I look it again, for sure.