Samick Precision Bass
Samick Precision Bass

Precision Bass, 4-string bass guitar from Samick.

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Average Score:4.0( 4/5 based on 2 reviews )
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sp7's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Samick Precision Bass
24 frets, 2 octaves
A type jazz bass pickup
2 microphones handle type precision
An adjustable volume over a tonalite
A 3-position selector
passive type


The handle is pleasant but a little cramped
the access is easy to acute
ergonomics is good despite the absence of a finger is
the sound is simple to adjust if you're not too demanding
picks the shots must be precise with energy control


The sound is rather pop rock, jazz and funk are not accessible ISSA
I use a Hartke amp like standard but this low value and a fender amp
I avoid the trace Eliott
The resulting sound is rather fat, mediums are not trs ELEGANT
I usually play with seleteur the middle and the Tone and volume has merits

I love the slap bass but this is difficult for this technique


I use this bass for 4 years
I like its versatility and look (for concerts;) )
but the pickups are limited to use "serious" although I did some gigs with dj ...
The report price is good quality
I bought 150 euros hand and I do not regret
However, I intend to sell it to buy a low-type jazz bass for a more "serious"

Musicmanbuyer's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Samick Precision Bass
It made a low in Korea. 20 frets, 2 P-type micro bass brand unknown.
2 settings: tone and volume
The neck is rosewood and screwed key.
It is very heavy and sturdy asse.
My model has a ledge to rest the right hand.


The handle is smooth, not too thick in the middle, close to a real Fender Precision.
Easy access to the treble. We are perfectly comfortable standing or sitting, even if the weight of the instrument is felt after a few hours of session.


Sound, not too bad for a copy but the quality of manufacture of microphones is average and not very well insulated. I think the change in the future because I'm really comfortable on this bass.
For the types of sonnorité, it suits me for my home studio style (electro-rock) it to look vintage.


I use it for a year, bought in time. It's a nice tool to start or as a second low even if the micro is pretty average because they lack a little punch.

This is a correct choice in order not to ruin and much better than a lot of very poor copy (Jim Harley top line ...)