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Schack CB2 V

4-string bass guitar from Schack .

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Schack CB2 VPublished on 03/07/08 at 15:17
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
This is a 5-string bass Headless manufactured by the German Andy Schack. And since all that is German, and it is the srieux trs well finished.
It's heavy but low enough to balance well trs possde 25 frets. The pitch is important since it plutt 36 inches, but allows the bass to have a trs good sustain. In this version the handle is saddle and non-carbon as is often the case on the MODEL. As a result, the sound is more rounded and slightly less mtallique.
The original pickups and electronic signs are basstec (microphones home Schack). The pickups are kind of jazz and electronic bass is equipped with 5 rglages: volume, balance, treble, and mdiums serious. However I have adapted a set......
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This is a 5-string bass Headless manufactured by the German Andy Schack. And since all that is German, and it is the srieux trs well finished.
It's heavy but low enough to balance well trs possde 25 frets. The pitch is important since it plutt 36 inches, but allows the bass to have a trs good sustain. In this version the handle is saddle and non-carbon as is often the case on the MODEL. As a result, the sound is more rounded and slightly less mtallique.
The original pickups and electronic signs are basstec (microphones home Schack). The pickups are kind of jazz and electronic bass is equipped with 5 rglages: volume, balance, treble, and mdiums serious. However I have adapted a set Bartolini (microphones and prampli) which suits me better and I think that allows to operate a little better the natural sound of the bass.
Strings, also brand Schack, double strings are good quality balls trs.

UTILIZATION

The neck is relatively thin and trs enjoyable. Access in acute is smooth. The weight of the relatively low consquent but quickly forgotten with a good strap. The advantage of the length of the pitch changes during a inconvnient Thurs The notes are quite tough nut to get tired quickly and arm. And it is more difficult with small size hands as I do. But with Entran, everything passes.

SOUNDS

The sound is good cause. The corrections are offered by electronic efficient trs. The bass sounds clear and possde crystal clear sound that lacks a little warmth in my opinion. which is why I opt for microphones and electronic Bartolini. Nanmoins, the pickups are original high quality dj. Deep bass treble incisive but not shrill and clear mids well doss.
The sound is versatile and can fit a wide range of music.

OVERALL OPINION

I possde this low for at least ten years. I have often wanted to change it but I never found elsewhere this ease of play you can have with this bass. The handle is for nothing.
Ct the least cool is to get balls of double strings for this size of fork. I said: "It's almost not found". However, there are original to the low vis a system that can adapt to almost any strings Extra Long Scale trs and works well.
I bought some 1800 euros prs what seems correct compared to the same low price range today.
If c'tait again, I do not know. Anyway now, I would have trouble selling it, is a sr!
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Schack CB2 VPublished on 10/08/08 at 01:59
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5-string bass, models only. All wood.

Made in Germany
24 frets
1 volume, 1 balance, tone 3 (high, medium, low) + 3 3 band qualiseurs potentiomtre by the indoor
handle stocky, bne recessed button (the maker of Systm advelopp its own interlocking handle, no screws or glue)

UTILIZATION

I never jou handle as pleasant as it is the reason that made me buy this instrument the era.
IDAL Access in acute.
Sound and trs trs right and clean, but it is a bouffeuse batteries (2 9v batteries every 3-4 months depending on the game frquence)

SOUNDS

I play jazz, mtal, pop, funk ...
It should absolutely every style possible without changing a single rglage every time.
the sound is......
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5-string bass, models only. All wood.

Made in Germany
24 frets
1 volume, 1 balance, tone 3 (high, medium, low) + 3 3 band qualiseurs potentiomtre by the indoor
handle stocky, bne recessed button (the maker of Systm advelopp its own interlocking handle, no screws or glue)

UTILIZATION

I never jou handle as pleasant as it is the reason that made me buy this instrument the era.
IDAL Access in acute.
Sound and trs trs right and clean, but it is a bouffeuse batteries (2 9v batteries every 3-4 months depending on the game frquence)

SOUNDS

I play jazz, mtal, pop, funk ...
It should absolutely every style possible without changing a single rglage every time.
the sound is in the fingers that was obtained, no matter how low.
All calves, regardless of the rglage is still going strong.

OVERALL OPINION

I possde this bass for 12 years now.
The +: the handle, the sound ultra Polyval.
the -: a little buzz on some rglages as amplifiers. A mass problem probably, given the complexity of the electronics, but only when you remove the hands of the strings, but since we always play with your hands on the strings, does not pose a no worries ...

the era, I had to test all the basses that I was on my way, I wanted to put some money and I did not regretted (15,000 fr the era, about 2280 ) is hooked me with the handle aa DCID the era of take me 5 minutes to buy it. I will never sell it. This is the price that matches the quality of the bass, I think.
I could never put as much money today for an instrument, so I tell myself that I really am the era.
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Schack CB2 VPublished on 11/26/08 at 14:59
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Bass guitar luthier Andy Schack (German instrument maker)

Touche bne
25 frets Neck Saddle
Bubinga body (ultra dense wood, so weight!)
finish the whole is very well made.

UTILIZATION

Tune of "36"
Channel ultra pleasant (I mean the pitch surprised at beginners, I change my position necessarily games)
Weight! a good strap and it's good!
The versatile electronic sounds with a 18-volt active brotherhoods him a correction with very specific on his qualizer 3 bands (bass, mid, high) 2 basstech original pickups (I have two Mount delano JMVC 5FE). Pr amps intgr Schack system.

SOUNDS

It's a low "physical" play to the departure, then a becomes a rel happiness. In terms of......
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Bass guitar luthier Andy Schack (German instrument maker)

Touche bne
25 frets Neck Saddle
Bubinga body (ultra dense wood, so weight!)
finish the whole is very well made.

UTILIZATION

Tune of "36"
Channel ultra pleasant (I mean the pitch surprised at beginners, I change my position necessarily games)
Weight! a good strap and it's good!
The versatile electronic sounds with a 18-volt active brotherhoods him a correction with very specific on his qualizer 3 bands (bass, mid, high) 2 basstech original pickups (I have two Mount delano JMVC 5FE). Pr amps intgr Schack system.

SOUNDS

It's a low "physical" play to the departure, then a becomes a rel happiness. In terms of sound, it characterizes with a nice roundness in the low / medium with very sharp end. She has a jazz ct! over time it also falls into DIFFERENT colors and sounds may very well walk in the DIFFERENT styles of music.

OVERALL OPINION

It is a very good bass at the touch handle really pleasant.
The hill does not fall on this kind of low.
With the exprience I confirm the choice
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  • Manufacturer: Schack
  • Model: CB2 V
  • Category: 4-string bass guitars
  • Added in our database on: 09/03/2007

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