C is a low manufacturing in Asia, are two piece body is made of alder with a maple fingerboard while the flame color sunburst lacquer, which is mounted two JB guy.
The handle is screwed in maple veneer thin enough, which is mounted a touch of rosewood overcomes 24 frets.
C is for fittings of warwick but the bridge is one piece and not two as the "true", interestingly the saddle is height adjustable, allowing a certain limit to play at the height of the rope without to touch the truss rod.
MEC Preamp two bands.
Volume, balance microphone, bass, treble.
The neck is thin and very comfortable, the worry is that the brakes a little polish by hand, each access is fairly easy to acute, shape corvette has a proven modern spa game.
The interface is nice also the body is light, although the hollow curve allows good freedom of movement, small black dot I find that it tends to sting a little nose, but nothing huge.
For sound, we are in the classic MEC, the sound is good with no matter what setting.
C is very low with its punchy, and very round, I played in a metal band (very merger on board) and have added a great groove, if I play for me on another style of music, such as the funk and it sounds very very good too, I find of a generally very versatile, I think that it can feel d s nimporte in what style.
I play on a crate 25w home and a hartke3500 and a sub 4 * 10 to repeat.
The pallete of sound is large enough so that what is obtained as the sound with reduteur will be a little but of a general way c is the specific ca does not drool.
However the sound is not great when playing on the bridge pickup and the sharp sound is a little "zouk midi" c is a bit garish
J've played a little over year, although I like the look that blends modern corvette with Zi classic sunburst, and I likes the sound well defined and deep that it produces.
J have not tried so many models before buying because I already had the test and on what I wanted for this price range because I find it flies above the rest both in look, finish accessory, and.
The report quality is really good, I think c is really the best bass in this price range.
Bah with experience and especially the way I switched to the upper range. That said if a cétait again I do it again without regret.
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little simon's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
Bass 4 strings, 24 frets, 2 Micro Active MEC Jazz
A volume, a micro scale, a Boost / Cut for acute and one for the serious
Handle extremely pleasant, very fine (we like it or not, personal love). The back of the neck s'applatit a little close to the body, making the game in the treble very pleasant.
As I said before, the handle is great, in my opinion is one of its biggest strengths
Access to acute is perfect, the junction being located at the 22nd fret.
Not so light weight but it is a sign of sustain others. But the body is well balanced and it is not so unpleasant to wear, even after 3 hours of repeated '. Contrary to other opinions, I do not think the head looks.
The sound is very punchy and defined, not so modern. His punch is perfect for slap.
I play more of Grunge / Punk, and it is perfect. It was harder to get out of a round: better love the muscular rock as jazz or Dire Straits.
In fingers or plectrum, I put the settings neutral.
In slap, or I change the EQ of the amp, either: bridge pickup only, boost the treble to half, bass boost variable.
The setting may seem rather limited use at first, however they become indispensable with effects pedals, especially if your amp does not loop.
I play at home with a Peavey Microbass and repeating with a Fender Rumble 100W.
I put that 7 because of the necessarily modern, but it's personal for me.
I've had four months and I probably do it again this choice.
I also tried a Cort at the same price (Artisan B4 I think). The handle is beucoup less comfortable and more rounded sound, jazzy.
Bought new 650E