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Giacomo50 Giacomo50
Publié le 06/03/06 à 06:54
Manufacturing
Made in Germany by the luthier Jens Ritter, this low trs original forms asduit Amricains and the bassist Doug particulirement Winbish. Jens has begun construction of the lower 17, he has 30 now. It possde a fabulous old wood stock and all instruments (5 MODELS dclins 4 8 strings) are vritables art, so much so that the Muse of Modern Art in New York has acquired one!
The MODEL is in Saddle Masif Mouchet (mapple quilted top) with a handle three pices of mm with Saddle affects bne Macassar 24 frets (34 inches). The handle is screwed by screws 9 which ensure the sustain. The gloss being protected wood and makes the bass immune to pets without harming the rsonnance.
The Chevallet adjustable in three dimensions is produced by Ritter, as well as individual strings attached. The mcaniques are manufactured by Hipshot in Ritter (oil bath). The nut is bone.
The two microphones MODEL possde slimbucker covered bne (JB humbuckers format) and electronic (Ritter) Quad-band semi qualiseur parameter. There are two advantages of rglages indpendants; a liability and an asset. Other types of microphones are available, triplebucker for a really big sound trs.

UTILIZATION

Weighing four pounds, this bass has an ergonomic shape and trs is played both sitting and standing. The horn makes dcoupe Access in acute and rounded handle lgrement, say C particulirement is easy to play. In passive bass sounds vintage trs (style jazz bass) and active countless rglages are possible. The sound is perfect in liabilities. Sometimes a little too powerful asset. Ct neck, it does not move! Whatever pulling Mount

SOUNDS

This bass is versatile trs because of its configuration and its multiple rglages. Plays an EBS, or a Mark Bass Ampeg, it sounds perfectly.
It possde original string Swordsteel Ritter, a little too soft I got. Personally I was up in LaBella black nylon tapperwound (60-110) for jazz and blues in particular passive GHS Bass Boomers either (45-105) to funk, rock ...

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for two years. It suits me perfectly. The key to bne dlivre trs sound hot. There is no extraneous noise of the electronic and the shield trs treatment. I tried a five-string, but I found the handle too broad and have AIM least the sound of poplar body.
However it is a low CHRE (average of nine Euro 4000) but the quality of manufacturing in large part justified the price. It plays in the courtyard of Fodera for Euro 2000 under.
For me it's the bass idalie I play more and more passive by connecting an Amp Acoustic DI and a compressor without EBS.
I redeemed without hsiter.
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