Stagg B300
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Stagg B300

B300, 4-string bass guitar from Stagg in the Standard series.

ray... 01/14/2005

Stagg B300 : ray...'s user review

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Stagg jazz bass b-300 Corp 20 Maple Alder Rosewood boxes fabication Corenne

UTILIZATION

Trs enjoyable round of jb similar high-end, the game is enjoyable trs trs a good balance!
violin of quality (some manufacturer should take example ......)

I use a direct box and a multi-effect-tc electronic M-300 (compressor in series with a slight reverb club) and j'attack all on a sound or a leslie cab (without rotating the tubes of course) for me trs used to go down in the grave!

SOUNDS

The sound is in real trs lightweight micro drooling the acute virtually zero, but it made it logical! For my part I invested in a set jazz bass DiMarzio (DP-147 and DP-148) the in violin worth every penny! all mounted by a luthier followed by a full rglage by it!
the result is TOP NICKEL EXCELLENT, AWESOME, COOL, HELL, ECT ...

OVERALL OPINION

Lutherie which is comparable to the competitor (even in MODEL 700 and up)
low m 'Me is investing $ 180 cost 165 microphones (JB DIMARZIO DP-147 DP-148) and 55 of setting the maker of rope with a game (pulling harder) I push the Screw change the plastic plate with a parchment MODEL 30

a total of 420 for low trs enjoyable and unique sounds great relief of his DiMarzio trs and end treble sparkle well trs are serious round and medium in the amount adjustable of knobs allows a wide range of his to play any style and even the slap!

STAGG BRAVO!