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    Kramer DMZ 4000Published on 11/25/11 at 05:40
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Here we have a Kramer DMZ 4000, MODEL 2, after a SERIES manufactured between 1979 and 1980 the United States.
    Saddle body all painted, a beautiful wood species, by the way ... Rarely seen today for the same price. Mcaniques Schaller (das ist gut), electronic and original bridge, so Kramer (left for between jack which does change when I redeemed it had t manhandled).
    This leads to the handle, the hallmark of Kramer. There is thus a triple alloy aluminum saddle and the handle itself, graphite for the key. You must have a hand in to get his ide, especially cest.
    It cuts both ways when achte such an alloy used, because according to what the bass avcu, the handle can be twisted DEFINITIONS…
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    Here we have a Kramer DMZ 4000, MODEL 2, after a SERIES manufactured between 1979 and 1980 the United States.
    Saddle body all painted, a beautiful wood species, by the way ... Rarely seen today for the same price. Mcaniques Schaller (das ist gut), electronic and original bridge, so Kramer (left for between jack which does change when I redeemed it had t manhandled).
    This leads to the handle, the hallmark of Kramer. There is thus a triple alloy aluminum saddle and the handle itself, graphite for the key. You must have a hand in to get his ide, especially cest.
    It cuts both ways when achte such an alloy used, because according to what the bass avcu, the handle can be twisted DEFINITIONS PForm dig ... In my case, it is then dug lgrement RAS, so good! This is especially important that there is no mcanique rglage of the handle ... H yes, the truss rod is aluminum from your sleeve, and it is everywhere, not just the indoor!
    It's a bass with a fret zero, plutt short scale, a change of the most modern ... 20 frets some files, but hey, if they have not changed since its manufacture does, I will not complain, trs was still sounds good:)
    For llectronique, we have the basics: volume and tone (both of impressive finesse). A micro Dimarzio Dual Precision Coil type, with switch active / passive modes for a slecteur bridge / humbucker / bridge.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is beautiful (in my opinion, although sr). That's why I tape the very first time that I have enjoyable touch, everything goes well, without curling. It should perhaps be a little strength because the bass is made to be RULES high, but we feel that the transmission of sound is atypical, sustain, and output level are there to attest.
    The weight is relatively high, around five pounds. The handle is certainly quite heavy, but if you do not play in the pool below (or as Fieldy), the position is natural plutt. Do any of the same good as a strap avoid slumps. Sitting, no worries.
    CHAC is very easy to fret over, with a small BMOL: the strings have enough cards are (and quite high, as mentioned prcdemment), the sudden attention to the shrinking that would put the Mi Sol or out once in the high! I think I will respond to a luthier he arranges the spacing of the strings, nothing dramatic.
    Question knobs, there are brands core trs quickly, but there are a lot of finesse to use combinations tone / pickups, and at the same volume.

    SOUNDS

    The sound is really powerful. The switch assets / liabilities serve plutt Overdriver to your amp, since the output level dj monstrous liabilities. It plutt serious overall, but with a coronation potato, I dduirais a bump in the mid-low infrieurs. Weird thing, the position humbucker on the micro slecteur a lower output level ... The other positions are more characters, with many more sr ct a round trigger guard and more pointed in easel.
    Tone between 0 and 5, we limit what to do dub, until a trs pretty pop-rock sound, including mdiator. Tone 5 to 10, will have a beautiful grain soul / blues sound more funk / rock fingers (at mdiator, there's plenty of industrial rock / metal).
    I test this low for the first time on the Little Mark III with a 1x15, I think. normment had a trunk. I'm currently playing with a small Laney 2x10, a lot of effects gnral (fuzz and other distos) adcolle dj wallpaper, so I can not imagine a more config provided ...
    Small dsavantage much EHJV and this little bump in the mid-low (not adjustable because no active EQ) is going to have I think investing in a dual compressor, including the effects add any that come to a. ..

    OVERALL OPINION

    I did a week ago, so certainly I have not too dvelopp potential, but for my defense, has been a while since I had picked up and I trying it.
    Compared to other basses I've experienced and / or I possde, I would say it's atypical ct challenged me. Look atypical, manufacturing, and in his ... If I had to table of similarities, I would say that it is the closest one would Precision of years 80-90, with a touch more modern in its power and all of the same color (aluminum is not wood).
    The sound is not too typ not in spite of the construction materials, nor too despite the vintage era, in short, it was a nice compromise. In addition, the fact that it is a short scale allows for a much stronger pull (and sound that goes with it), for the fans like me!

    What I like most: it is a robust but low lgante, but simple approach plutt rich digging, type its mix modern / vintage but not limited to a much .
    What I like least: it is not easy against rgler, if it is not your style of play, go your way ... She is also a bit heavy, and may be a little too pchue (yes, may be a default), but it also has to be loved ...
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