Type: Electric Bass
Form: Type P-Bass
Handle Type: Screw
Number of Strings: 4
Number of Frets: 20
Pickups: 1 P-Bass
Volume Control: 1
Tone control: 1
I find her very constraining sleeve. When I changed to low, I felt a huge difference. In addition, this bass is heavy enough, after I've never had a problem when repeated or concerts at this level. It is still fairly light.
The strings of bases are quite hard and painful for the fingers to start.
Access to acute is correct, but may be a little difficult.
Not much to add, except that the bass is really not for the slap, it is indeed a beginner bass, so the designers of this that the slap was not affordable for beginners. It is very hard to get a good slap sound (especially for typing).
His sound is not in my personality, plus it is also little changed because there is only one knob for a change (large enough anyway), which gives it a more metallic clattering sound less fat.
With the tone knob at least we get a simple bass sound, a low sound, that's all.
However, I think for certain styles of music (reggae, for example), the sound of this bass can be very well suited. Note that I did not say that the sound was poor, it simply does not allow to play all styles. But personally I've made.
This was my first bass. Although recess is a beginner bass, reserved for first purchases that's all. For a first bass, I can say that I was satisfied. I kept 2 years (too much, do not like me), and learned the bass with.
I note 6/10 because although it may be one of the worst existing low, but in view of its low cost (just over € 100 now), and to start, this bass is perfect. However think it will soon change to achieve a sound and a higher level of play (my group has been relieved when I caught my new Ibanez).