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  • Bout'chouBout'chou

    Low almost ideal measurements for a bass player to baby hobbit!

    Fernandes FRB 120Published on 12/25/12 at 10:08
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Head four mechanical behavior in an oil bath of very good quality, smooth running and accuracy. Unlike some low ends of the strings do not exceed the axes through the slot and the center hole. It is practical and aesthetic!
    The saddle is made from graphite and the notches are great do!
    The neck has 21 frets with a thickening from the 15th. But I think Fernandes will have to do the 16th because frankly the risk of breakage are really minimimes with the handle of the FRB 120 which is graphite!
    The body is classic for mine a touch of originality, this bass was originally red and clear with time in some places it has become a very pretty pink Hello Kitty! (Ironically)
    The bridge is type…
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    Head four mechanical behavior in an oil bath of very good quality, smooth running and accuracy. Unlike some low ends of the strings do not exceed the axes through the slot and the center hole. It is practical and aesthetic!
    The saddle is made from graphite and the notches are great do!
    The neck has 21 frets with a thickening from the 15th. But I think Fernandes will have to do the 16th because frankly the risk of breakage are really minimimes with the handle of the FRB 120 which is graphite!
    The body is classic for mine a touch of originality, this bass was originally red and clear with time in some places it has become a very pretty pink Hello Kitty! (Ironically)
    The bridge is type fender precision. So I can adjust the height and length of each string separately, an easel is classic.

    UTILIZATION

    The E string is a bit high for me who has small hands and fingers so small. To remedy this so I dug a little deeper notch with a small nail file! Weight rather average, low looks naturally head when I play sitting. on the other hand when I play it standing perfectly balanced.

    SOUNDS

    I find this formidable bass! The sustain is really excellent, and correcting serious and acute are really good because buttons have a central point and may increase or decrease the frequency. Can I increase the bass and treble, which sounds fantastic! In addition to the dosing button I can balance the percentage of a microphone or sound gradually getting a microphone to another. What makes this a low of 120 FRB versatility!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I find this remarkable as low-level sound of the game I am small and yet it suit me perfectly, except for the thickening of the boxes from the fifteenth this bass a comfort to play! But one day a manufacturer of bass guitar to girls who think small mimine?
    I bought it used 2 years ago and I'm still as happy, and I do it again this choice without problem until the bass of my dreams!
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