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Ibanez MC924

4-string bass guitar from Ibanez belonging to the Musician series

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Anonymous
Published on 09/21/07 at 14:55
Lower pure juice Japanese, finish is exceptional ....
Two microphones standards placs just l o it is necessary mcaniques oil bath fittings gold.
Electronics more active three-band scales microphones, a general volume and a passive Tone.
Channel driver.

USE

Weight is everything corect.
The driver handle is the ancestor of the sleeves Ibanez, so it is very late with impeccable access in acute (24 frets, super convenient for playing wooten).

SONORITS

The sound is really very good thanks to the three bands equalizer.
Even if the bands are not rglables the frequencies are the places where it is necessary for the instrument.
The output level is quite correct and not the slightest breath.
It is the instrument chameleon par excellence, all sounds are accessible.
(Ex. To play the pasto I prefer to use my mc924 jazz bass because the sound is more fun ..)

NOTICE GLOBAL

I possde this low in 25 years
never a galre and level of sound in the few studios that I frquent the sounds ings Rests scotches by the quality of the instrument on stage one passes easily in the mix, never draft.
One branch rings.
If you find this bass secondhand (it's clear that it will not be mine) try.
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