I had the chance to test this wonderful bass of Mr L. Kah.
It is therefore an active, 2 double pickups, the knobs are made of wood (very simpa, and they look costeaud), the tailpiece is a roll (I do not know the brand, but it is not More importantly, it is rather solid / costeaud)
Wood is simply sublime, natural oil finish, it's really one of the many strengths that marks when you take this low.
Comfort level is really good, if not downright top
2 The strength of this is low weight. it is 1.7 pounds of memory (to be confirmed by the creator), despite everything, the violin does not at Patit because all (choice of wood, assembly) is perfectly homogne
The TRS is egualo efficiency, we come to have a pannel of the trs EXTENDED. level is a slap rgal. 3 is the highlight of the low: the sound, is an impressive versatility asser. the sound just be really trs round and heavy electro dub has, or so openly aggressive and clearly.
I do not have this low
I test already pretty low already, and that is clearly among the best.
I think she raproche noguera sound, but more aggressively. is also a default that I find on some noguera, namely the lack of "potato", it is clearly not the case that L. Kah.
I did not find that a low defaults, and yet I looked.
Most is that the maker is simpa trs, resulting frankly environmental cracking.
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Lolobass's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
L. Kah Basses Rémige 4
I am the maker of this bass, I do not biensur give my opinion on this bass!
but correct characteristics (continued qqs has errors in the opinion of Kurt, whom I thank along the way!)
4 feather fretted:
Mahogany body, maple table heats (Spalted Maple), Maple rear in us.
Neck-through Maple / amaranth. Key amaranth. 24 frets
Diapason 34 '
Hipshot bridge and mechanical Dtuner
Soapbar pickups SIMPLE RoughCrystal
Aguilar preamp OBP3 (3-band active / passive)