Made in Germany
22 Frets, two identical microphones
1 volume knob and switch active / passi
A micro button slecteur
1 down, 1 mdium, a sharp
The handle could not be more enjoyable, a "highway"
The bass tends to just "pitch down" but the DS that takes but one feels that one has what is called a musical instrument in the hands: it vibrates, the fact that it is "natural wood" contact provides irreplaceable.
It sounds at once, or not amplified.
The palette of sounds allowed by rglages opens up many possibilities.
What j'apprcie foremost, the roundness and warmth. His incisive characters.
I use it for a month but have long sought ... What I like least: its cover.
I tried but avoid the inevitable Fender. + Musicman, Vigier, Ibanez.
It dtach all. It includes the qualities I find in these brands MODELS.
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Bassogravo's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
Of German origin, this bass that I have chosen 5-string
pouvue is a bolt-on maple neck with 22 points and five frets (+ freight zero)
The head has a 4 MECAS and is walnut veneer (such as table)
characteristic of this race very comfortable: it is a 35 inch and it shows!
the bass is powerful and singing at will, as throughout the record by the way!
The bridge house is adjustable in all directions, which allowed me to refine a
spacing of 19mm and set the action very low, I have not had to adjust the accuracy
because it was already done. Mr Sandberg thank you!
Electronics Glockenklang: one volume (push / pull active / passive), balance, bass,
mid, low. . . whaou that deposit!
Two pickups with original shapes made by this time for Sandberg Delano
(3 plots shifted to the neck and strings GDA 2 E & B to bridge)
As I said, the handle is very nice as well and rather thin varnish.
The key is thick finely fretted rosewood and allowing a smooth game.
Access to high-pitched good enough.
I find my bass a bit heavy, but eventually I bought a good belt 9 cm
wide and elastic sucroit makes me forget the weight! (it could be a small defect)
The sound (which I adore) is very warm and woody in passive mode.
It can fill up on low (and I 'm not deprive) with very good preamp.
Other settings are also very interessant and allow all kinds
of configs and are always audible and innovative.
The body is mahogany and gives her a final typed "wood and warm", the table
walnut sandwich is a thin layer of maple that add to both of them bite
and accuracy to my sound.
Satin finish / matte very pleasant to the touch and the eye of the rounded lines of the body
make something quite old and modern at once.
Although this is not the strongest point, the Panthers are still leaves slapper,
and I would even prefer a bit with the balance turned to the micro serious!
Treble do not show up on my JB as American Deluxe maple fingerboard:
they are (like bass) also wooded and less flashy (more vintage maybe)
Connected to my CMD 112P Markbass cabinet or in my head 410 HF + Markbass SA450, Beast Laché grow easily in all muscular music, but also those who need refinement and that is its strength: it has a real character all its own and yet it is suitable for any style. . .
Frankly it is true that last month I have, I had some doubts with respect to its versatility, but I 've had nothing but compliments on my sound, both in the big sound in a band, that live on stage with my amps (neutral settings).
Gros its insured: precise and round at a time.
I can say that the quality / price of my 5-string is excellent Panther 1300 U.S.!
(Purchased from Bass Center Paris 1 month ago)
No instrument is perfect, even among Americans makers and large
together and what brands with prices 2 to 3 times more expensive.
Of course you can find him some traits that
will please or not please, but these are not defects
at this level because it is a low sleek and tamed me
before I tames it's my turn!
I also want to make a commercial for the new store Groove
Distribution Marseille commennce to have various models Sandberg
Standing in shipment, very friendly ...