See more advice for CHARACTERISTICS. I'll just say that finishing is not his strong point, but it is robust.
The handle is big enough, I find this practice, it does not change position all the time. The coffee itself is pretty heavy (but not too much), I would say it gives an overall impression of robustness. The rglages are simple and classic. The shape is the same as the musciman, so convenient for the slap, but also for the game and mdiator finger.
I play rock and funk, so it is perfect. It has a trs good sound especially for the price! For it is a slap rgale and has a good potato! Of course for a TRS his round and fat is not the low IDAL. It's easy to get a good attack with.
I have a year and I am glad trs trs! For the price (215th hand) was low that the sound quality of which would be far more 2fois. Less Aesthetics entries that range from Cort and Ibanez, it focuses on the essential sound! I've never tried to musicman, but anyway I get get a sound that is similar to what I can costs elsewhere. The bass is that I recommend for Premire low for someone who wants to play rock, that the price you'll be worse.
I do not know the origin of the instrument, I just know that the microphone is passive.
Pleasant and ergonomic handle. Less bulky (and less heavy!) JazzBass that I owned before. Yes
to play soul funk is the right instrument. (CF or bassist Flea CHIC).
I still have trouble with the sound Slap. But I think that's part of the régalge strings and the neck, especially the low E (I do not exclude either that it comes from my level ...)
I often on a branch ID, or while at home on a Peavey Basic 60, which has great sound and seems to have announced more than 50W. J
el'utilise for 7 years and this bass has a good value for money. I note that just begins to slightly mechanical to falter (Key on Rules which vibrates slightly), but to use (many rehearsals and concerts) and the price: It's totally acceptable