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  • Anonymous

    Johnson Guitars Beatles BassPublished on 12/30/06 at 04:04
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This is an Asian low, 20 frets, 2 humbuckers, 2 vols, 3 switches, ON-ON-SOLO.
    The handle is a short scale, mcaniques kinds Gotoh, white pickguard quail, very beautiful!
    Bindings creams everywhere, the mark on the stick is pearl (at least essemble ay ...), easel compensation and floating tailpiece chrome .... she is super cute!

    USE

    Very pleasant to play bass, lightweight, short .... yes, sometimes size matters ...!
    The access to the treble is excellent, we get a rather round her myself I play with a hard mdiator, and I go through a SansAmp .... and / or AER amps, Ampeg I ... have no worries sounds.
    However, it must raise the strings of the handle, they must vibrate, it's not a …
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    This is an Asian low, 20 frets, 2 humbuckers, 2 vols, 3 switches, ON-ON-SOLO.
    The handle is a short scale, mcaniques kinds Gotoh, white pickguard quail, very beautiful!
    Bindings creams everywhere, the mark on the stick is pearl (at least essemble ay ...), easel compensation and floating tailpiece chrome .... she is super cute!

    USE

    Very pleasant to play bass, lightweight, short .... yes, sometimes size matters ...!
    The access to the treble is excellent, we get a rather round her myself I play with a hard mdiator, and I go through a SansAmp .... and / or AER amps, Ampeg I ... have no worries sounds.
    However, it must raise the strings of the handle, they must vibrate, it's not a Fodera or other FBass to play Paganini 250 black eh! Here it is fundamental, fifths, or third octaves, and able PLEASE !!!!

    SONORITS

    I play everything with, jazz, rock variety .... it works well .... I guess a veritable Hfner in an amp of current quality .... well then a must be a surprising! !dropoff Window !dropoff Window
    By modifying micro balance is reached tantt of fat sonorits, tanttsches or perantes .... my prfr rglage: micro bridge bottom handle 80 + %, a little drive to SansAmp .... and has through the mix ...
    My next purchase will be a low for this game dishes nets ropes, I think the potential of this will be at the top, bottom, bottom mdium, softs and not too sharp harmonic, but notes with the fundamental bass .... what!

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I have for several months, bought used, with its tui (rare), I paid 220 euros including shipping, a bassist Lyon, reggae, reggae, hi if you man you read these lines, and it's obvious that I rachterais such a low, if only for my back .... my and my musicman5 Accuracy US psent at least twice ... !dropoff window
    More in terms of look, a cast, she is beautiful, wood is ond and beautiful, the sunburst lacquer is managed to, there is no default .... I wonder how they do and especially the price.
    I give it 9 everywhere and not 10 because there is her big sister in Germany watching me on a funny tone! !dropoff Window !dropoff Window
    Voil 4cordistes friends, if you want to treat yourself to a little low, which is not so small .... go for it has, in Germany it gives almost, look, price, weight, short scale, vintage sounds ... an amazing cocktail
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  • merliozmerlioz

    Johnson Guitars Beatles BassPublished on 07/03/07 at 13:43
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Model made in China, slightly different from the one illustrated (Johnson Baltimore). 22 frets, 2 humbuckers, bridge (rosewood) compensated tailpiece with floating, 1 volume and 2 tone pearl on a white plate (nice effect, I chose the bass in "BLACK BK"). Body and head in maple, rosewood fingerboard. Channel (very) short scale (77mm) great for guitar. Bought 120 euros on ebay (SONOMA shop to recommend), I consider it a good buy for anyone who wants to start or make arrangements for a solo model.

    UTILIZATION

    Channel ULTRA fun for the guitarist who I am.
    Access to acute smoothly.
    Very light, convenient to play standing up but sat with her as "violin".
    Be careful, it tends to d…
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    Model made in China, slightly different from the one illustrated (Johnson Baltimore). 22 frets, 2 humbuckers, bridge (rosewood) compensated tailpiece with floating, 1 volume and 2 tone pearl on a white plate (nice effect, I chose the bass in "BLACK BK"). Body and head in maple, rosewood fingerboard. Channel (very) short scale (77mm) great for guitar. Bought 120 euros on ebay (SONOMA shop to recommend), I consider it a good buy for anyone who wants to start or make arrangements for a solo model.

    UTILIZATION

    Channel ULTRA fun for the guitarist who I am.
    Access to acute smoothly.
    Very light, convenient to play standing up but sat with her as "violin".
    Be careful, it tends to dive head.
    Its level, the settings are simple and look good. It may lack some fishing but is very satisfying to play jazz, blues or even rock and pop stars. Very good record highs ...

    SOUNDS

    Used with an amp simulator behringer (the small BDI21) plugged directly into a table, it provides a correct result.

    The sound is pretty clear, very suitable for what I do (folk-jazz, pop ,...) '60

    OVERALL OPINION

    What I like most is the look (TERRIBLE!!), Its handle and price.
    What I like least: a small tendency to "curl" easily (but adjustable), finishing (small defects in the binding cream).
    This is the second lowest of the price range I try and it is much more accurate.
    Level quality / price ratio, given its particular look for a low price that is unbeatable.
    I think I would do this choice because as low-up is perfect!
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