Lower Korean manufacturing of models designed by Trevor Wilkinson.
Which is reminiscent of 70's Ampeg.
Attention, hearing is purely decorative, it is not a true half cash, and no piezo inside.
Mechanical, microphones, rack, I give you a thousand: Wilkinson.
Commissioned in VPC DV247 (excellent) I thought on receiving cry.
Violin flawless finish, but the factory settings are catastrophic.
Strings in low-end set with round the knees, share two meter nut doubtful frets too high, painting CM1 level in hearing ...
She left quickly in the luthier (Robert Patrick in Lille, great job).
Now is a marvel. She deserves it 8-9 today.
But upon receipt, it is ... 0. I will therefore put 5.
I use it for pop or rock, fingers, and I appreciate his sound and precision of the game I also slapper.
Even if the handle is a large chouilla for me it can be done quickly and it is flat.
I who have small hands and big fingers, it's perfect.
Access to acute is not super easy on the E string, but easy on the rest.
It is much lighter than a Fender, but stings a bit (unless Accuracy) of the head. At the same time I usually play on Steinberger ...
Strangely, it is also great for slap ... and yes. Without being either a Warwick, eh, let's be clear.
I play on a Hartke head and body and a good rendering is very easy to obtain.
The sound is very correct, accurate. I plan to change the pickups later, but it's very good.
I do not put no effect other than a chorus.
It has a very precise and clear.
With proper equa, we quickly made good his heavy but precise, not mushy for two under.
It is easy to slap the shine.
Microphone volume settings allow a respectable selection of sounds.
Very versatile indeed.
I for a week but I already worked with and is a live.
I love its unique look and terrible, but not extravagant, it does not look like the low man in the world.
It's light and super versatile slappable, and accurate.
It's been a year since I was looking for "my" bass, with personality and unique look and easy to play. I tried the best on the plan or its sleeve, but none had all the qualities of it again AFTER the box maker.
Upon receipt, the value for money is a disaster (unplayable, no other word)
In the end it cost me just under € 600 (low setting + + + sanding frets bone nut paint Hearing + + strings).