Made in Germany with low toue rigor of quality workmanship that goes with allemend. It's heavy!
22 Frets, Bolt on Maple 6 pts very comfortable alder body, 2 pickups Delano switchable active / passive, beautiful gloss varnish
3 knobs for EQ Bass, Mid, Treble very effective + 1 volume that serves as a switch active / passive.
The neck is very pleasing in the size of a Fender JazzBass with CASC to treble is made very easy thanks to a chancrage and finesse of the junction body / mache.
Low fairly heavy but not hell, it's not a featherweight but it is far from an anvil! The shape is the classic pooh JazzBass add anything we like it or not but it must be said that play is happiness.
With regard to the sound knobs offers a truly impressive range of sounds, especially thanks to slcteur Active / Passive qualiseur combines highly effective.
Careful though it takes a level of caution on the horse, then pramplis.
I bought this bass to rock, funk or even the lctro.
I play mostly with a SansAmp DI Driver or Millennia TD-1.
We're going big sound with the microphone fatty Active in his crunchy rock more passive.
The big plus of this bass is that the buttons you offer rglages extreme which, though doss, you open all possible combinations or almost.
I use it for 2 years now and I'm delighted. I'm working on studio projects and I needed very varis of Lower Rock trend that could offer some versatility. After you train on many forums, she came back each time as a low quality of Fender, see better in terms of violin in its price range.
Fender to have that quality workmanship you have to get the high end.
I try Cort (yuck!), Fender (a tad expensive) Ernie Ball (less versatile), Ibanez (Re-Yuck!), The ratio of these low quality price is unbeatable.
If I redo c'tait Rasht and bonus I'd better pter May 1 strings of the same brand!