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4-string bass guitar from G&L belonging to the Tribute L series.

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  • tubarttubart

    G&L Tribute L-2000 PremiumPublished on 01/29/08 at 14:05
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    CF other opinions

    NB: the possibilities of rglages are very tense, a little droutant at first ...

    I tried the coren model with body in "ash", I put this essence between parenthesis because it is obvious that wood pieces used in the manufacture of body are not chosen manually; indeed hardly distinguishes the veins of that ash (apparently the "swamp ash," Ash Swamp) and gasoline in question is boure aspects of defects ... I like wooden beams but in this case I prfrerais an opaque color as the wood is ugly finish "natural" ... Too bad.
    The maple handle it, although quite white and certainly young enough, presents well.

    USE

    I play Precision Deluxe US and did not t surprised by the…
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    CF other opinions

    NB: the possibilities of rglages are very tense, a little droutant at first ...

    I tried the coren model with body in "ash", I put this essence between parenthesis because it is obvious that wood pieces used in the manufacture of body are not chosen manually; indeed hardly distinguishes the veins of that ash (apparently the "swamp ash," Ash Swamp) and gasoline in question is boure aspects of defects ... I like wooden beams but in this case I prfrerais an opaque color as the wood is ugly finish "natural" ... Too bad.
    The maple handle it, although quite white and certainly young enough, presents well.

    USE

    I play Precision Deluxe US and did not t surprised by the ergonomics of the L2000, very close both in the form of the body of the handle; but tends precision or my look at the top (very heavy ...) the G & L is well balanced and comfortable to play, relatively lightweight. Profile heel would have been nice, but when you stay in the same style Fender, so we think vintage and a little square ... Otherwise the handle of satin varnish is pleasant to touch. The finish, including shrink, was very heals on the model I tried was nowhere frieze.

    SONORITS

    Very pleasantly surprised by the sonorits, even downright charm ... Essay on a 1x15 combo Ashdown transistor, the least we can say is that electronics is versatile. ..a grain somewhere between precision and stingray, sweet potato resell (microphones are fabulous ...) ... And you can play anything. Whether slap finger or mdiator, provided we have fun the tamper switch (active / passive, double-coil parallle / series ...), we find forc ing a sound that suits her style, but always with an impressive potato.

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I have not tried the US model but this alternative correnne presents an incredible report qualitprix! For some 700 in store, the heiress of Fender and Musicman buried in terms of its number of low range. Pity that aesthetic too classic and wooden appearance too "cheap" should the passionate instrument that we all become with time. But once branch, we forgive him these flaws ... A counselor any type of bassist apprciant the sound of the Stingray or Precision, and not just beginners.
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  • lvmaxlvmax

    Excellent bass "upscale"

    G&L Tribute L-2000 PremiumPublished on 02/04/13 at 04:25
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Bass made in Indonesia (it was also produced in Korea)
    22 Medium Jumbo fret
    My bass to swamp ash body and maple neck clear.
    Tobacco sunburst color.

    Three selectors
    - Tri-Tone ™ system with 3 positions (forward: neck pickup, middle: 2 microphones, rear bridge pickup)
    - Series / Parallel 2 positions (front: low amplification, rear bass rolloff)
    - Active / Passive 3 positions (forward: preamp with treble boost, mid: preamp rear: therefore passive preamp off)

    Volume button
    Acute button
    Button low

    2 humbucking pickups made by Fullerton, California

    Easel appointed Leo Fender G & L Saddle-Lock ™

    UTILIZATION

    Low well balanced, tapered and curved table (carved …
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    Bass made in Indonesia (it was also produced in Korea)
    22 Medium Jumbo fret
    My bass to swamp ash body and maple neck clear.
    Tobacco sunburst color.

    Three selectors
    - Tri-Tone ™ system with 3 positions (forward: neck pickup, middle: 2 microphones, rear bridge pickup)
    - Series / Parallel 2 positions (front: low amplification, rear bass rolloff)
    - Active / Passive 3 positions (forward: preamp with treble boost, mid: preamp rear: therefore passive preamp off)

    Volume button
    Acute button
    Button low

    2 humbucking pickups made by Fullerton, California

    Easel appointed Leo Fender G & L Saddle-Lock ™

    UTILIZATION

    Low well balanced, tapered and curved table (carved top) but I do not care if all the tribute-2000 are.
    Very nice on you.
    Access to buttons and switches easy.
    Handle large, we do not enmêle brushes.
    Personally I find it a bit heavy, but it feels like it's tough.
    It glides easily on the handle, so a quick game that is no problem.

    SOUNDS

    I was very very impressed. Given the number of settings, the range of sounds is pretty impressive, perhaps even a little too much, but hey, better than not enough :)
    We can blame him for a lack of "deep bass", but with an amp that is quickly corrected if necessary.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I think I found THE bass to play in the big leagues, it will be very difficult to part with, for me, it has everything a bassist can dream.
    One tip: go try it will not leave you indifferent.
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  • MGR/G2MGR/G2

    G and L Tribute L2000 Premium

    G&L Tribute L-2000 PremiumPublished on 04/20/04 at 15:00
    Bought through MF on the web for $559. Used to own a Rickenbacker 2001 and several Fender's (P & Jazz). Haven't played in years, wanted to get back into playing bass (been playing guitar for over 30 years), but not spend a lot. Started off with a Mexi P-Bass, and it sounded dead, and needed more versatility.

    Versatility is the key. Has 2 American made G&L pick-ups on it. Controls are volume, Active treble boost/cut, Active bass boost/cut, 3-position pick-up selector, parallel/series switch and passive/active/active with treble boost switch. Awesome combination! I can dial up almost any kind of sound required (Fender Precision, Jazz, Sting-Ray, plus a few unique sounds). VERY VERSATILE.

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    Bought through MF on the web for $559. Used to own a Rickenbacker 2001 and several Fender's (P & Jazz). Haven't played in years, wanted to get back into playing bass (been playing guitar for over 30 years), but not spend a lot. Started off with a Mexi P-Bass, and it sounded dead, and needed more versatility.

    Versatility is the key. Has 2 American made G&L pick-ups on it. Controls are volume, Active treble boost/cut, Active bass boost/cut, 3-position pick-up selector, parallel/series switch and passive/active/active with treble boost switch. Awesome combination! I can dial up almost any kind of sound required (Fender Precision, Jazz, Sting-Ray, plus a few unique sounds). VERY VERSATILE.

    Only owned it for few months so far. A little bit of hiss at high volumes, but nothing bothersome.

    Seems to be a very well-built, high quality instrument. Gorgeous Cherry-sunburst finish, smooth maple neck, huge G&L bridge, tight neck pocket, 6-bolt neck mounting. No complaints.

    Sounds TREMENDOUS, well built, gorgeous to look at, super versatile, easy to play, well balanced....... and didn't cost an arm and leg to buy!! GREAT VALUE!!!!!!!!

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • jlpadiolleaujlpadiolleau

    A very good violin!

    G&L Tribute L-2000 PremiumPublished on 12/12/11 at 13:49
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - Made in Indonesia
    - Bridge G & L saddle lock,
    - Neck and maple fingerboard,
    - Swamp ash body,
    - 2 humbucker pickups type Fullerton,
    - Electronic active or passive,
    - 3 knobs volume, bass and treble,
    - A 3 position switch for selecting pickups (neck side)
    - A 2 position switch for setting serial or parallel winding pickups (middle),
    - A 3 position switch modes for passive, active or boost high frequencies (bridge side)

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very comfortable to play,
    Access is very easy to acute,
    The bass is quite light compared to my JazzBass. I must not have a model identical to that described above.
    The pitch correction is a bit special, it's hard t…
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    - Made in Indonesia
    - Bridge G & L saddle lock,
    - Neck and maple fingerboard,
    - Swamp ash body,
    - 2 humbucker pickups type Fullerton,
    - Electronic active or passive,
    - 3 knobs volume, bass and treble,
    - A 3 position switch for selecting pickups (neck side)
    - A 2 position switch for setting serial or parallel winding pickups (middle),
    - A 3 position switch modes for passive, active or boost high frequencies (bridge side)

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very comfortable to play,
    Access is very easy to acute,
    The bass is quite light compared to my JazzBass. I must not have a model identical to that described above.
    The pitch correction is a bit special, it's hard to find a setting. By acting against it in the passive mode, which is appreciable.
    I will say is that the settings are not intuitive and it's hard to understand their actions.

    SOUNDS

    The sound is very versatile, although for my taste it lacks serious, but I have tried that for 1 / 2 hour on a Markbass amp head with a 4x10 "in the store .. I would come back to this decision when I play with on my Ampeg BA115.
    Must I make the appropriate settings on my amp to find the right combination with this bass. I will certainly return to this notice.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have not used a lot but it's a great bass with a violin and is very enjoyable to play! it is very well finished for a model that is not US.
    However I find that the active electronics is not very effective and that it's hard to find brands. We must spend a lot of time to get out.
    The sound also lacks bass for my taste but it can be corrected with the amp. Again I must fine-tuning my settings.
    For the price we will not complain too much, it's a great bass that you can buy with your eyes closed. I bought it second low to have a complementary instrument to my JazzBass USD. The only negative is, in my opinion, the active electronics that lack of efficiency and friendliness.
    This concern can certainly be overcome by replacing the circuit ... While some have tried ...
    In any case it is a choice that I do it again no problem. It's a very nice bass to play and very light.
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  • BirdkillerBirdkiller

    G&L Tribute L-2000 PremiumPublished on 01/16/07 at 07:08
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    - In which country was it made? Korea
    - How many frets, what kind of micro as well as their configuration? 21 frets, two types of pavement MM
    - What type of bridge? Bridge mount massive conventional ropes
    - What are the settings (volume, tone, micro switch ...)? One volume knob, a treble knob, a bass knob, a pickup selector, a switch series / parallel switch and a passive / active / active + treble boost
    - What type of race? Channel type PB with all rosewood.

    UTILIZATION

    - The handle is it fun? Yes the notes scroll by themselves.
    - Access to acute (recent freight) is it easy? Yes thanks to the shape of the body access to the last fret and relatively easy.
    - Ergonomics…
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    - In which country was it made? Korea
    - How many frets, what kind of micro as well as their configuration? 21 frets, two types of pavement MM
    - What type of bridge? Bridge mount massive conventional ropes
    - What are the settings (volume, tone, micro switch ...)? One volume knob, a treble knob, a bass knob, a pickup selector, a switch series / parallel switch and a passive / active / active + treble boost
    - What type of race? Channel type PB with all rosewood.

    UTILIZATION

    - The handle is it fun? Yes the notes scroll by themselves.
    - Access to acute (recent freight) is it easy? Yes thanks to the shape of the body access to the last fret and relatively easy.
    - Ergonomics is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)? The ergonomics of the body is perfect, the animal weighs his weight at the same time with the sound it out it suits her very well. Against them by the microphones are not very good thumb rest.
    - Gets it easy to sound good? Yes it is boundary Plug & Play. After it is harder to find his own sound.

    SOUNDS

    - They are suitable to your style of music? Yes, both for the Punk Rock, Rock, Funk, or even metal, it is perfect.
    - With what (s) amplifier (s) or effect (s) do you play? Hartke HA2500 with a 4x10 cabinet, "I had a hard time finding the sound I wanted but that's it I have it. But I intend to change the config soon.
    - What kind of sound you get and with what settings? The three bass sounds the best known are gathered in this marvel. Precision with the neck pickup, with two Jazz Bass pickups, and Stingray with the bridge pickup.
    - What are the sounds you prefer, you hate? I did not think there I hate to sound with this bass. There are mainly three settings that I really appreciate:
    1: Neck pickup in series active
    2nd: Both pickups in series active + treble boost
    3rd: Bridge pickup in parallel active + treble boost.

    OVERALL OPINION

    - How long have you use it? It's going to be one month
    - What is so special that you like most and least? The ability to have easy three different sounds with a grain unique to itself.
    - Have you tried many other models before buying it? I have a test Aerodyne Jazz Bass, a Cort Curbow, a Musicman Stingray and a Sub. To cut off the first two carefree (to me), the Sub really grain MM but did not have the distinction of being versatile despite its happening everywhere. And
    - How would you rate the quality / price? Excellent OCCAZ of € 465!
    - With experience, you do again this choice? I think so, unless I were to Stingray offers a price point is good but not perfect: D.
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  • jembozzojembozzo

    G&L Tribute L-2000 PremiumPublished on 01/22/07 at 02:09
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    See above

    UTILIZATION

    I found the handle really great and wide
    which can be expressed in quantitative slap on a large hairy hands
    access to easy high notes and there are quite contrary to what I read above
    it is rather heavy, it's not the violin making taffiole
    the sound is more than adequate, even if it has no bottom
    This, in itself, is not a disadvantage, it is easy to add with a good amp

    SOUNDS

    It is ideally suited to funk and pop
    I play on eden, dynamics, and nervousness are enormous
    you can not get his fat with this low
    the focus is on media that are truly worthy of the best jazz bass
    and accuracy, and dynamics
    So for those looking to make the …
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    UTILIZATION

    I found the handle really great and wide
    which can be expressed in quantitative slap on a large hairy hands
    access to easy high notes and there are quite contrary to what I read above
    it is rather heavy, it's not the violin making taffiole
    the sound is more than adequate, even if it has no bottom
    This, in itself, is not a disadvantage, it is easy to add with a good amp

    SOUNDS

    It is ideally suited to funk and pop
    I play on eden, dynamics, and nervousness are enormous
    you can not get his fat with this low
    the focus is on media that are truly worthy of the best jazz bass
    and accuracy, and dynamics
    So for those looking to make the English pop, take a rather precise
    for the funk, top level
    for me it is top, because I have a precise complement hehe

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had 2 years
    I like that it sounds all in my mix recording, live sound on stage
    or my eden
    I have tried just about everything that exists
    and in this price range, it's simple, there is no competition
    it competes with a stingray, or jazz bass, in terms of treble and midrange sounds funk
    I think the value for money is his note 10/10
    has a low absolute gain and keep the second low
    see first if you play this kind of music
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  • homerlepoiluhomerlepoilu

    G&L Tribute L-2000 PremiumPublished on 03/20/07 at 04:14
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    - Made in Kore (AC does not really feel)
    - Two large microphones that can be set up in all directions
    - Three selectors to set the config 'microphones and a boost three positions. It adds three knobs for volume and overall tones.
    - Active low

    UTILIZATION

    - A run very fast and very smooth. It is rare for this type of guitar ...
    - It goes everywhere very quickly and it feels good and more
    - It is light enough. Nothing exceptional.
    - Ergonomics is good, but need not be a big flop ... it is better to be quite low.
    - This gives all the sounds you want, you can even limit the bass to a sound hardcore death metal ...

    SOUNDS

    - I'm in a rock band and quite a perso…
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    - Made in Kore (AC does not really feel)
    - Two large microphones that can be set up in all directions
    - Three selectors to set the config 'microphones and a boost three positions. It adds three knobs for volume and overall tones.
    - Active low

    UTILIZATION

    - A run very fast and very smooth. It is rare for this type of guitar ...
    - It goes everywhere very quickly and it feels good and more
    - It is light enough. Nothing exceptional.
    - Ergonomics is good, but need not be a big flop ... it is better to be quite low.
    - This gives all the sounds you want, you can even limit the bass to a sound hardcore death metal ...

    SOUNDS

    - I'm in a rock band and quite a personality of calf teenager so I like when round and powerful. In any case it is able to do everything!
    - For effects I use a BOSS pedal ME50B. He makes too many things but at least I'm not limited. I am always looking for new sounds. But I have not played for 5 months with the tribute and I was not necessarily disturbed. You can have a big sound and dirty or something very clear and rigorous, and even a little fat.
    - I have a Hartke 3500 amp with speakers 410XL is a group often criticized for its lack of character, but with the bass like it is not really a problem, it has a lot to give and much Heart.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 6 months is repeated "and concert.
    "I love the fact that it was rare and little known for an unbeatable price. The small snag it could be that she is too polished ... it would mat 'that would be really off.
    - I wanted some clarification before we know the tribute. The Precision sending a raw sound without artifice, that's great but it takes a little material behind to arrange times ... and in addition it lacks versatility.
    I had a Peavey Millennium BXP (1st prize in peavey) and of course nothing in common ...

    "It is a very good value for money, it is original, versatile, very aesthetic and was fun with! It is well worth the Precisions DELUXE for a much lower price. It's a real play for bassists who want to hear!
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  • elnoelno

    G&L Tribute L-2000 PremiumPublished on 08/16/07 at 03:00
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    - Instrument made in Korea,
    - 21 frets, pickups pads adjustable in height (very practical to refine the sound)
    - Bridge stamped G & L Designed well,
    - Gnral Volume, tone, switches select microphone, active / passive mode, booster,
    - The neck reminds me of the sensations on my old Jazz Bass.

    UTILIZATION

    - The handle is trs enjoyable to play, I have to file against by certain frets which lgrement dbordaient,
    - Access in acute gn is a bit by the prominence of the heel,
    - The interface is excellent, maintaining the instrument is empty, having said this bass is quite heavy
    - The configuration of the application rglages a little practice, but it is worth examining this is…
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    - Instrument made in Korea,
    - 21 frets, pickups pads adjustable in height (very practical to refine the sound)
    - Bridge stamped G & L Designed well,
    - Gnral Volume, tone, switches select microphone, active / passive mode, booster,
    - The neck reminds me of the sensations on my old Jazz Bass.

    UTILIZATION

    - The handle is trs enjoyable to play, I have to file against by certain frets which lgrement dbordaient,
    - Access in acute gn is a bit by the prominence of the heel,
    - The interface is excellent, maintaining the instrument is empty, having said this bass is quite heavy
    - The configuration of the application rglages a little practice, but it is worth examining this issue.

    SOUNDS

    - The sound palette is done all my desires. I like the sound of Geddy Lee, Steve Harris, Chris Squire, with a little work on rglages, I get something conclusive ...
    - I play bass on a Fender Rumble 100 W and online Systm Nexo,
    - SETTING THE My base? The two microphones in phase, the active mode, "booster" donf,

    OVERALL OPINION

    - I use this instrument for 8 months
    - Aesthetics I like the simple, the wide range of sounds, I like less finishing,
    - I tried a Musicman, a US Tribute among others,
    - Report qualitprix? Excellent!
    - After 8 months of use, I have no regrets. I used my Jazz Bass 23 (l it can no longer poor), I found my happiness in the G & L not ruin me! Go 20!
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  • elnoelno

    G&L Tribute L-2000 PremiumPublished on 08/25/07 at 03:58
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    Everything is dj prcis previous ones in mind ... Oh yes, the finish is average but the price ...

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is trs enjoyable, I found the sensations of my Jazz Bass, with Access in acute trs correct. We can blame the weight-General for the instrument, but you get used to rev faster because the violin is balance.

    SOUNDS

    I use this bass on a Fender Rumble 100 W. For simplicity, j'apprcie the sound of Geddy Lee, Steve Harris, Jeff Berlin, among others, with a little patience (the bass SETTING THE ISSA are not) you can get something of convincing! As the sound palette, throw anything!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have gotten this low in November. I was looking …
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    Everything is dj prcis previous ones in mind ... Oh yes, the finish is average but the price ...

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is trs enjoyable, I found the sensations of my Jazz Bass, with Access in acute trs correct. We can blame the weight-General for the instrument, but you get used to rev faster because the violin is balance.

    SOUNDS

    I use this bass on a Fender Rumble 100 W. For simplicity, j'apprcie the sound of Geddy Lee, Steve Harris, Jeff Berlin, among others, with a little patience (the bass SETTING THE ISSA are not) you can get something of convincing! As the sound palette, throw anything!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have gotten this low in November. I was looking for an instrument to replace my old Jazz Bass use by 25 years of loyal service, so I first tried the canons of the genre, Jazz Bass, Musicman, Warwick, Ibanez ... nice but onreux! I ended up trying the G & L history ... and I'm left with! I am not objective at all in what follows since I am "in love" with this bass, but less than buying another, I do not see what to replace it! Report qualitprix unstoppable ...
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  • Anonymous

    G&L Tribute L-2000 PremiumPublished on 12/14/09 at 13:35
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    This is a low manufactured in Indonesia ^ ^ It has 21 frets and pickups like "paved" humbucker, splitables. The bridge is a G & L: large block of aluminum (I think) screwed onto the body, the strings bind in this block. The handle is wooden (I think <img class="smiley" src="/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_lol.gif" alt="" /> ), Maple with rosewood fingerboard, bolt with 6 screws. There are, as have not mischaracterized the other advisors, 3 knobs (volume usually acute, severe) and 3 mini-switches:
    - A 3-position for the option of the pickups (neck / neck + bridge / bridge)
    - One or two positions for the selection of windings (series / parallel)
    - Another 3-position EQ (off …
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    This is a low manufactured in Indonesia ^ ^ It has 21 frets and pickups like "paved" humbucker, splitables. The bridge is a G & L: large block of aluminum (I think) screwed onto the body, the strings bind in this block. The handle is wooden (I think <img class="smiley" src="/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_lol.gif" alt="" /> ), Maple with rosewood fingerboard, bolt with 6 screws. There are, as have not mischaracterized the other advisors, 3 knobs (volume usually acute, severe) and 3 mini-switches:
    - A 3-position for the option of the pickups (neck / neck + bridge / bridge)
    - One or two positions for the selection of windings (series / parallel)
    - Another 3-position EQ (off / on / on + treble boost) So, for the "sound", it can be long ...

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is thinner than the super tree trunk that I have on my Peavey GrindBass (which is nonetheless very comfortable), and the varnish applied to the rear is excellent. The bass is a little lighter than my base of comparison (the Peavey) but still quite heavy (and at the same time if I wanted something light I could make a ukulele! <img class="smiley" src="/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_wink.gif" alt="" /> ). For access to acute, I only play maybe not as it should, but when I need to go, leaving my thumb back of the neck, and suddenly, no problem! For once the sound, I could play it for the moment on my amPlug Bass, which is nice to work at home, but to realize the sound I expect to try it on my Cube Bass ... CHUI IMPATIENT !!!!!!!!!

    Edit 03/03/2010: I finally complete this review. At the first rehearsal with the new bass, huge disappointment: I tried to play with the settings like I did with the Peavey, and obviously it has not done anything! My sound was weak, too acute not bad enough, then anything but a good bass sound good round. So, I brought the amp (the real) at home, and spent the next week to seek suitable réglaces. After this week of research, there were two new again, and there chui content: whereas with the Peavey I changed the amp modeling and I adjusted with knobs, now, I change her with switches and I adjust with the knobs! I will not need during the concerts to turn to my amp after each song!

    SOUNDS

    I'll come back and elaborate a note when I (finally !!!!!!) pretty low plugged in the amp, the true, but already on the amPlug is very versatile! The slamming of the heavy big, fat, nya everything in this beast!

    Edit of 03/03/2010: Once found the equalizer, modeling, and good compression ratio, my sound is great (not quite perfect, but this is normal). I have access to my sound tracks for slamming funky, I filled her sweet serious for ballads / rock, and a more punchy for edgier rock and all that with just 3 knobs and 3 switches !

    Well, it still lacks a bit of big bass for my taste, but I got used to my Peavey (5 strings and neck-through, it helps to have the big bass!).

    Go, as it lacks bass, I do that 8.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had 2 days. I spent a good half hour to the store to try and two Cort (GB74 and Artisan B4). The B4 was not versatile enough for my taste, and I was disgusted by the ugly black pickguard of GB74, despite the sound that seemed as versatile as that of G & L. .. What I like most is the versatility of madness, and that with such an output level, I should be able set it right with half the volume on the bass, with good reserve edgy songs and / or chorus. What I like least is the bridge and chrome knobs: it makes the white areas on the photos <img class="smiley" src="/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_lol.gif" alt="" /> The value is in my opinion very good, but I will confirm it after testing on a large nampla. With experience ... I did not! We will see in a few repeats / months / years / concerts!
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