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  • lungtaolungtao

    Sandberg (Bass) California PM 4Published on 11/08/07 at 11:12
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in Germany Made in Sandberg custom shop, precision sleeve-type, 21 boxes, a starfish and a micro pad Delano, a volume (split active / passive), a mix microphones, a bass setting, treble adjustment.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is nice, like the feeling of accuracy is the same. When the weight is correct (4.200 kg).'s Not a pen but not a piano either, and it must be a little matter to ring! When the sound, hot chestnuts! it grows seriously! it's not for girls! How is between accuracy and stingray, with enough finesse to go from hammer to hammer. Basically, if you're a fan of slap, forget. No it does not do, but it is not his favorite! Otherwise, the motown to red hot, all done!

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    Made in Germany Made in Sandberg custom shop, precision sleeve-type, 21 boxes, a starfish and a micro pad Delano, a volume (split active / passive), a mix microphones, a bass setting, treble adjustment.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is nice, like the feeling of accuracy is the same. When the weight is correct (4.200 kg).'s Not a pen but not a piano either, and it must be a little matter to ring! When the sound, hot chestnuts! it grows seriously! it's not for girls! How is between accuracy and stingray, with enough finesse to go from hammer to hammer. Basically, if you're a fan of slap, forget. No it does not do, but it is not his favorite! Otherwise, the motown to red hot, all done!

    SOUNDS

    I play sometimes on a small Warwick (by the way, it's worth a try), sometimes on a Hartke 3500 with all the bowls and nickel is good. I repeat, this is not a Jazzbass, just a terrible mixture of precision and stingray, I play a max of GNI (see othis, James and consors, punchy rock the red hot funk and more Tower of power.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for eight months and I sold it! Have you ever been in love with a girl you got dropped? No! there's just a sad story of money. I can only criticize his lack of lightness slap, if not, I do not see. If anyone can send me a check for ten thousand euros, I care!
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