the woods are the subject of a particular selection, and are wonderful: They deserve 12 out of 10, they are imported from the U.S. and selected by the master himself lionel he told me
very very very over Warmoth
Body: Alder U.S.
Neck: Maple U.S.
Fingerboard: Ebony, 20 boxes
Head: Signature + mascot engraved on the head
Serial number: on the back of the head
Micro: Lightnin'rods active jazz bass
Electronics: active, Volume severe acute Volume, Master Tone
Tailpiece bridge: Gotoh
Finish: bright blue on the back table Natural
Handle very nice, assembly & finishing fret neck joint body: no games
Access to OK acute because body thinner than the body vintage jazz bass, so more like a modern jazz bass vintage
Do you get a good sound easy? ...
yes if you have a good amp ... because the bass is active, but no severe acute booster (or medium)
The ebony fingerboard is beautiful, but it is of ebony and it slams. it is not a key rosewood bleak. The bass are deep, very deep well.
However, for rock, Funck and slap the three buttons and it slams 100% better with a touch of maple or rosewood worse
So this bass is still not versatile: it has a personality, a "grain"
particular point: I played with F Bass strings, so the stainless, so brighter than the nickel. The strings really affect the sound.
The sound is anything but bold, highly crystalline, you hear the wood of the ebony fingerboard, and deep bass
As soon as you slapper you cross the world tt: guitars, keyboards, sax, voice ...
the microphones are even qd basslines .. so high-end