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    Extraordinary low of competit

    Human Base BaseX.oc4Published on 01/08/13 at 15:18
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    WOOD
    The wood comes from Asia, USA and assembled in the German design is:
    Swamp ash body
    maple neck screwed up 6 points in the body
    rosewood fingerboard with a hint of protective lacquer and 24 frets and a ZERO fret
    Scale 34 "

    The ACCASTILLAGE
    fittings manufactured home in Germany.

    ELECTRONICS
    Glockenklang preamp (when all the knobs are at noon, there was no difference in volume passive / active)

    9V
    2 superb microphones DELANO handmade by my ears mounted in parallel (to verify)

    5 knobs =
    1 volume push-pull active / passive, 1 micro scale, 1 bass, 1 medium, a treble

    1 switch single / double for two microphones
    Note: In passive mode, the TREBLE acts tone kno…
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    WOOD
    The wood comes from Asia, USA and assembled in the German design is:
    Swamp ash body
    maple neck screwed up 6 points in the body
    rosewood fingerboard with a hint of protective lacquer and 24 frets and a ZERO fret
    Scale 34 "

    The ACCASTILLAGE
    fittings manufactured home in Germany.

    ELECTRONICS
    Glockenklang preamp (when all the knobs are at noon, there was no difference in volume passive / active)

    9V
    2 superb microphones DELANO handmade by my ears mounted in parallel (to verify)

    5 knobs =
    1 volume push-pull active / passive, 1 micro scale, 1 bass, 1 medium, a treble

    1 switch single / double for two microphones
    Note: In passive mode, the TREBLE acts tone knobs, the bass and mids are disabled.

    Available in 2 colors
    a kind of orange gradient (that I have)
    natural color.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is simply a highway. It is very thin, fluid fingers from the first seconds. There is a real sense of ease. The accessibilté the 24 th box is very easy.

    The bass is a little heavy but balanced. It does not sting the nose. I lack the cutting attachment to his forearm. We feel the body of the bass. We must therefore seek the correct position.

    the Good sound comes on. There is no need to tamper hours, that is.

    I put 9 because of the lack of cutting the body.

    SOUNDS

    The sound is definitely the highlight of the beast. It is simple, it is suitable for all styles. With a little patience and manipulation of knobs, we find happiness. Personally, I like funk, rock and disco and it is doing the finger in the nose.

    It lacks a single switch (series / parallel), but I admit that I do not miss.

    It's a bit complicated to start these knobs but we made it fast. We obtain easily the precision (active as a liability), for jazz bass is like but it lacks a tad of medium so characteristic of JB.
    Its a stingray (not modern 2 eq) as you approach but not identifiable among all the growl. Obviously, you need the preamp and microphone.
    It may even sound easy jaco you know, his hateful duck: sorry:

    In short, we get almost anything you want if you can find the combination. The baseX oc.4 very very good job the

    a beautiful SUSTAIN generated by two factors. The first is ZERO fret. The second factor is the handle that goes further than usual in the body.

    Its mega quiet preamp is a sacred asset on stage and in studio. It's good silence between songs live, or in a home studio, it avoids the gate :)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had it 3 months now. It is the result of many GAS
    In store, it is found that for the moment and not in germany Thotho.
    Typing on youtube, you'll come across a demo of a store, that is.
    It costs 1550 Euros and comes with a gig bag pffff. this is the big downside to a racing in a bag .....

    I had and I
    musicman stingray (full), sterling, sword
    fender precision, jazz bass
    ibanez roastar II
    HOFNER bass violin
    G & L L2000 U.S.

    This is a modern coffee which sometimes offers a vintage sound without the messy side. You tell me, is what makes the vintage.
    It sounds fabulous and full replacement model. That said, when we want to be very picky, we prefer a musicman, a JB, a PB, WW etc ....
    It is a Swiss Army knife. when you lack inspiration, one we take for everything that goes everywhere etc ...
    Live, we move from funk to heavy rock without changing bass.

    I am a Gaseur but I think this bass will stay with me for a long time.
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