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Fender Precision Bass Lyte Standard
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Fender Precision Bass Lyte Standard

4-string bass guitar from Fender belonging to the Precision Bass series.

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Publié le 12/30/06 à 14:26
Fender precision lyte Made in Japan (1986)

Active Electronics
A micro PB
A micro JB
22 frets
4 CONTRL:
master volume
Pickup balance
Bass boost / cut
Treble boost / cut

basswood body
Saddle rosewood handle

The Precision Lyte is the light version of the classic Fender Precision Bass.
The weight of this bass is lightweight to matriau and the type of wood used is of Basswood Body size clearly well infrieure loriginale that of the handle when it has trs is fine (SLAR) and allows a rapid ACCS trs DIFFERENT records.

Llectronique active gnreusement this bass is served by two microphones: a micro and a micro round Plow Jbass bridge, the bridge is solid and pice dune

UTILIZATION

The weight of the little Japanese can play for hours without standing back Pb or anything, but with balance and a handle end also CCAA diffrent positions is not tracked (m me to treble).

SOUNDS

We arrive at the most important, there is the sound in seconds, big sound with micro precision in its Pasto with the bridge pickup through diffrent pallet of sounds and of variation on melting and sr all well with a large trs prsence impresses that has either a direct or Casing of an amp.

OVERALL OPINION

The very first time I lay on my vacation essay CTAIT London in 1986, MODEL came out, and I was looking for a low MODEL fender with weight Reduces.
At that era the jOperation a yamaha BB200 that had almost the same weight quune fender precision.
Playing notes on the Premire feel the difference, with a great touch at the neck, rich notes a couple prsence irrprochable.

I am the User for 12 years (club, scne and studio) and I never had a problem nai with. Once jtais forced to branch directly to a surprise return amplifier and the sound of silent
Its a versatile bass that suits all styles since I speak knowingly (Jazz, Soul, Funk, Rock, Varita.)

Currently there is a MODEL home fender coming out so the lower area for the shape and size can be said that the lyte is lanctre or plutt great on the Lower area.

A little like love BMOL before finishing with a score of 20/20: To change the battery, you should take dun screwdriver. I will share has not found else if default uh, he must make an occasional turn at the maker and what not nimporte luthier.
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