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Gretsch G6119B Broadkaster Bass
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4-string bass guitar from Gretsch belonging to the Bass series.

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    Gretsch G6119B Broadkaster BassPublished on 10/23/07 at 13:37
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - Made in Japan.
    - 22 freight.
    - Humbucker Pickups FilterTron
    - 1 master volume, volume for each pickup, 3-position selector micro type "Gibson Les Paul" tone master.
    - Fretboard rosewood 12 "radius.
    - Gloss urethane varnish.
    - Mechanical Gretsh chrome.
    - Finishes with beautiful binding around to highlight the forms of the instrument.

    UTILIZATION

    - The handle is perfect or too thin nor too large, the smoothness of a Jazzbass and the holding of a precision.
    - Access to the acute problem-free.
    - Fairly heavy that it is a hollow body, good balance despite the size of crate that is large.
    - Yes full range of its offer is to exploit

    SOUNDS

    - Haaa sound .…
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    - Made in Japan.
    - 22 freight.
    - Humbucker Pickups FilterTron
    - 1 master volume, volume for each pickup, 3-position selector micro type "Gibson Les Paul" tone master.
    - Fretboard rosewood 12 "radius.
    - Gloss urethane varnish.
    - Mechanical Gretsh chrome.
    - Finishes with beautiful binding around to highlight the forms of the instrument.

    UTILIZATION

    - The handle is perfect or too thin nor too large, the smoothness of a Jazzbass and the holding of a precision.
    - Access to the acute problem-free.
    - Fairly heavy that it is a hollow body, good balance despite the size of crate that is large.
    - Yes full range of its offer is to exploit

    SOUNDS

    - Haaa sound ... wonderful, a rich palette of more than I dared hope, an imprint of the special quality of microphones and checkout. Bass impressive without overdoing it anyway, the medium end and crystalline highs, it's not a bass with endless sustain on the other hand.
    What surprised me most is his accuracy, there was no drooling, everything is in place.
    Finger placement offers an aditional dimension to the sound, as always low it will be said, but this time very dramatically.
    A warm, "woody" that will fit rather jazz standards, R & B, blues and country. But I, who also plays in a group of pop / rock that makes him perfectly ... naturally to my taste.

    - I play an Orange AD200B and I can not tell how wonderful with it.

    - The tone is not master of extraordinary effectiveness.

    - And in addition you can play without amp in your basement, the bass are returned.

    OVERALL OPINION

    - 2 months.
    - I and I had some of MM Stingray bass, fender precision V deluxe, fender Jazzbass, Dean Acoustic, rickenbacker
    - It is an instrument that is not given: 2,000 euro, as well as the material is sound appointment.
    - Yes! I would do this choice, I particularly like the handle, the sound palette offered the look and the people who tell you: they make good Ha Gretsch bass! - Yes yes and also batteries.
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