P400/J400 microphones (type in the neck position Precision / Jazz Bass type in the bridge position)
Attention, unlike what has t prcdemment said, the TR series has only 22 frets.
I finish with a natural varnish functions like the photo, trs class.
The acastillage is golden.
A micro volume
Tone 1 gnrale
The handle is enjoyable trs, U-shaped profile (Dos s'applanit lgrement by going to the center), slightly wider than a Yamaha RBX 270. The thickness of the handle as and remains constant as one moves up the treble, which is comfortable trs.
The frets are well polished, a little flat, not broad trs.
It is easily the accde 22me box on the strings of r and soil, but I'm not sure what I would be the lowest in 99.99% of cases. The joining sleeve / body profile is also not Manir GNER hand, indeed, in the body, this section is rounded and cannot.
Unlike bassiston, I find this rather heavy bass.
It is very well balance and ergonomics trs is good, with a body in the style of the Fender Precision.
Holding agreement is satisfactory trs.
When empty, it feels good dj rev vibration in the stomach. Vritable a pleasure.
I can not find the handle so long, it says bassiston! It is far trs sleeves fMeasure of Rickenbaker.
Given my style of music. cold-wave/rock, this bass suits me well trs.
I test a Line6 bass amp (I do not know what exactly MODEL) and the "tube preamp", "Hiwatt DR103" and "Fender Dual Showman" a PODxt Live.
The sound is round and full rev, with bass and lower midrange gnreux (they can give it a little nasal ct if you push the amp a little).
The sound is percussive and trs is no lack of punch.
It is easy to sound jazzy / funk.
If you your verss in the reggae / dub is also provided a rgal appropriate mix of attacks, by acting on the Tone knob for very easy you get the sound tracks of dub Bad Brains
The treble is not trs forward, a little weakness of this lgre ct l.
I have not had the opportunity to test the above slap because the action of my string is not the lowest, I have to make a pitch or pitch-(possibly remove a wedge under the heel ) of the handle first.
It may also have a rock sound, provided that you choose the strings (see below).
Mtal of not playing, I can not say what it is worth in this area.
The sounds are trs "wood" I mean by that it seems to have the sound of an acoustic instrument, with strings net flat, almost like it ' having the color of a bass sound. The wood used for the body to make me love this sound particulire.
The string net flat rduisent drastically confine its versatility and styles such as jazz or rockabilly.
I told him the ropes round net prfr
The Tone knob for the microphone is not serious trs prcis end position (towards the highs), and acts as the point that a system that "all or nothing".
The neck pickup is round and full trs in the bass.
The neck pickup as it is mostly loaded down medium, and lacks some treble.
The sound is somewhat reminiscent of the gnral Fender Precision, but with fewer harmonics.
It does not sound like no other bass I've tried so far, what I like, you can not say it was not his characters.
I use it for 3 months and I have tried a few other basses. A Yamaha RBX-270, which sounds good but has no characters, a fender Jazzbass that sounds more round and Rickenbaker, incomparable. (Some of these have low t test just for fun and not for comparative purposes for a purchase)
I chose a little for the look (yes!) And especially for the greasy sound (I could hear the work as it is used by a member of my group) .
I like his confortabilit.
The weight can quickly tire the shoulders if long set, but when you love ...
The report quality excellent price ft for me, I had the mouth of bread (it must be said ad stay long without being played and I had a terrible the rgler correctly, I have supper, then, that her former owner has no qualities intrinsques prter careful).
Unlike what was said in the opinion t Previous, this is not a low "beginners" and has a beautiful sound trs of characters, a tr s good violin, and it is far from being a low-rate. (However, I reprcise that there are DIFFERENT MODELS TR series and the notice on the TRB-200
I would do with the exprience Obviously this choice.
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tontonseb's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
Bought around 1995 Pigalle (Bass Center) about the era of 3000F (450).
C'tait bass easy to play thanks to its handle end, so well suited to beginners and guitarists.
Mics: 2 PB type center and a guy in JB bridge. Liabilities. This configuration allows many possibilities;
Bolt with a reinforcing rod of hard wood (very pretty from the back).
: Mechanical oil bath.
A pleasant and easy to play neck. Good access to the treble. Weight content. So excellent ergonomics.
The sound: a good sustain and dynamics in the average for passive pickups.
I play on an Ashdown Mag 300 with a 4x10 cabinet. The bass is up with D'Addario flat net (I do not like the round threads, slamming my taste too). I get easily his research with a rglage " any substance ": heavy, fatty, rock (mdiator). Very well also play reggae fingers. I slapper too easy (but not my thing).
Compare this with my other bass (a Squier Affinity PB up with Seymour Duncan), I find the easiest play Ibanez. The handle is a true be regulated. However the sound is less beautiful my taste. Not enough PCHE and a little shrill in the treble.
I play over 13 years. The handle is impeccable: Mechanical and take good agreement. It's really good stuff. Robust and efficient.
May be that the coup would have to replace the original pickups with Seymour Duncan "quarter pound" to be more level and attack output. I think it has a very good bass would do for rock.