Lower-semi-hollowbody (full middle)
-Made in Korea (according to other reviews that I read because there is no inscription on the bass)
-22 Frets and shortscale (be careful because the scale is short but the type of rope must be super long scale given the distance between the bridge and the strings attached)
The pick-up are 2 humbuckers with individual volume and tone (ie 4 bottles in total, no selector)
-The maple neck is not what is smaller (fan JazzBass abstain) but it is nice depending on the use made of it ... I play country music rock with a pick and it's perfect for me
As I said the handle is big enough but it gives plenty of room to maneuver, the cutaway provides easy access to treble. The body of this database is quite large, we like it or not, a matter of taste. Same size as most of the hollow body guitar and base. In terms of its weight is the negative side of things, it is heavy, so a good Stapp is set on the other hand it is very well balanced, it will stay straight when you release the handle. As for sound, it sounds, the bridge pickup is sensitive to the attack and that gives the roundness of the handle when they are adjusted based on the sound you seek. Lots of sustain and tone. In my case, I put Flatwound strings, so a well rounded and fat.
This bass is perfect for rock, country, blues, garage, she possesses a very old-school. I use it with a combo ashdown EB-115. This is perfect for the sound I want. The 2 pick ups give a sound very different.
I have mine for about 10 months and I like it. I am a guitarist originally so this is my first bass and I looooooves. It is orange translucent color which airs Family gretsch. It's a b-stock with a slight defect (cracked varnish between the key and the handle near the nut, nothing serious, I have good friends luthiers). So I paid really cheap, all inclusive $ 325 U.S. to my door, so value for money as very interesting in buying one would cost between $ 800-900 Canadian but at this price, I would love it as much .