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  • good basis for good low

    Stanbury Precision BassPublished on 03/04/12 at 12:50
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Precision Low
    Handle, maple; body also saw, thanks to the pets of varnish on the side, and in after removing the plate, I have not seen any cons plated layer. And given the weight of the body it air mass. White wood and hard as the handle. (Maple)
    JUMBO frets
    Mechanical oil bath with a modern look (finally) finish the big classic articles.
    Nice pickups. Balanced. But they lack gain.

    UTILIZATION

    Guitar refrain. This is the big punchy bass that shipment. Send slape! Spaced chords, precise attack of the thumb. It resounds well. You should know the settle (neck and bridge) to use it. If action is not a centimeter ... But after adjustment is 3 millimeter to the 12 th box and......
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    Precision Low
    Handle, maple; body also saw, thanks to the pets of varnish on the side, and in after removing the plate, I have not seen any cons plated layer. And given the weight of the body it air mass. White wood and hard as the handle. (Maple)
    JUMBO frets
    Mechanical oil bath with a modern look (finally) finish the big classic articles.
    Nice pickups. Balanced. But they lack gain.

    UTILIZATION

    Guitar refrain. This is the big punchy bass that shipment. Send slape! Spaced chords, precise attack of the thumb. It resounds well. You should know the settle (neck and bridge) to use it. If action is not a centimeter ... But after adjustment is 3 millimeter to the 12 th box and slamming. Nut The handle is a bit too high? easy to go down a millimeter.

    SOUNDS

    It sounds good to empty a lot of sustain. The wood vibrates long after each action on the strings. Dense; Although hard.
    Micro well enough to play normally. But seriously low.

    OVERALL OPINION

    This is the opposite of a fretless. Which is full of finesse. With this bass is nickel to send timber. I like his rigid handle. (I saw some pretty low with a very soft handle and end all ...)
    It rings true even after the twelfth box (I tested the tuner)
    At worst change the microphone to a hundred dollars and it promises.
    That this opinion is only my opinion. Hey! this bass is the same as my Ibanez Silver Series that I had in 87.
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  • Stanbury Precision BassPublished on 03/04/06 at 02:49
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    21 frets I think uh,
    4 strings, passive (but with pdche!)
    A microphone in two parts, rglage volume and treble / mdium (increases the volume when you put more treble)

    Resemblance in shape with a precision ...

    the siyet (I do not know the spelling), o endrois the strings are held in the axis of the APRS cls wears quickly, I replaced it with a fender (10 in Music and Music Nevers, a good store!, no problem.

    with a set of strings Ernie Ball Slinky BASS rgular his round following the crystalline knob "medium sharp" slap quiet!

    UTILIZATION

    Channel trs enjoyable, well-spaced strings (slap easy)

    I'm the bass is not to make sharp rises well but in the towers (which is the ISAT......
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    21 frets I think uh,
    4 strings, passive (but with pdche!)
    A microphone in two parts, rglage volume and treble / mdium (increases the volume when you put more treble)

    Resemblance in shape with a precision ...

    the siyet (I do not know the spelling), o endrois the strings are held in the axis of the APRS cls wears quickly, I replaced it with a fender (10 in Music and Music Nevers, a good store!, no problem.

    with a set of strings Ernie Ball Slinky BASS rgular his round following the crystalline knob "medium sharp" slap quiet!

    UTILIZATION

    Channel trs enjoyable, well-spaced strings (slap easy)

    I'm the bass is not to make sharp rises well but in the towers (which is the ISAT DANNNNseu!)

    a bit heavy but it's a bass!

    trs good sound for an entry-level, we must rgler mics (too ready to plop fact, the comment below) and the distance of the string otherwise it frieze on Most recent internship freight.

    slap the lower temperatures requiring pots, if not a serious saturate the inputs, the microphones have PCHE. However, we must find the tapper o, otherwise it is only the harmonics that come out.

    A couple pedals Digitech BP80 is a blast!

    SOUNDS

    I play ska, roots, dub, rock, punk, and also in a big band (his jazz)

    she dj all alone, then with a modlisant pedals amps, we do more than anything!

    This is not a luxury, but for gnial atclctisme (I do but I prfre the long jump ..)

    OVERALL OPINION

    was 2 years;
    I like the range of possible sounds

    I just essaill an active 4-string 3 times its price, was not worth it!

    trs good report quality price, may have to be a little bricoller, solves the son of microphones, but gives good rsultats (low to secondhand Obviously, I do not think that it takes too new)
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  • Stanbury Precision BassPublished on 07/16/06 at 10:58
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Corenne or otherwise.
    Mine had two microphones.
    Enough to beginners.
    plop plop made, but it's cheap!

    UTILIZATION

    Twist the handle ...

    SOUNDS

    Plop plop sound, small sound palette.

    OVERALL OPINION

    This is what it takes to start cheap.
    I bought mine in 1990 or 91, a c'tait beginners. May be that new models are better.
  • Stanbury Precision BassPublished on 07/25/06 at 12:19
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Uh basically an imitation of old precision bass.

    21 frets, G handle (you not know eh, well at least not most is a default with a C ^ ^)

    knob one volume, one Tone (which always turned into space for me)

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is a tree (without Chardes when even though ...?) And it is also an abrasive grattounette, Access in acute is small but has all fawn not ring.

    aprsrglage strings of the action are 1cm of the shaft is bent. Finally, you may not have much screw it in all directions.

    it is heavy and massive for nothing, it feels against the plate.

    in fact we get no good sound.

    SOUNDS

    Uh microphones have no guts, no grain, this bass is playing the cranberries......
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    Uh basically an imitation of old precision bass.

    21 frets, G handle (you not know eh, well at least not most is a default with a C ^ ^)

    knob one volume, one Tone (which always turned into space for me)

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is a tree (without Chardes when even though ...?) And it is also an abrasive grattounette, Access in acute is small but has all fawn not ring.

    aprsrglage strings of the action are 1cm of the shaft is bent. Finally, you may not have much screw it in all directions.

    it is heavy and massive for nothing, it feels against the plate.

    in fact we get no good sound.

    SOUNDS

    Uh microphones have no guts, no grain, this bass is playing the cranberries zombie, and then something else happens. In the limit for the punk yeah but do not try slapper out of respect for your ears.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used trs long ago during my first 6 months.

    I started the bass on it, I had been leading and since I lends people that start low, it has used it, discovering how to say we want to continue on something else. Despite everything I keep it out of nostalgia and I like it (like the old stuff all you want to throw ugly c'tait Paske at grandpa ^ ^).
    Another time I test has a top note reminds me how much I love my jazz bass.

    I had tried any before acqurir MODEL, I put it in their hands, saying "it's your chance to dernire be a rock star" so I l 'I keep in my hands.

    ben report quality price good for me silent (it gives me) but I do not know how much it can cost no more than 70 euros j'espre.

    if you start and you find a base to sell you a coyote, rflchissez twice, otherwise this bass is a perfect guinea pig (rglages attempts, hacks microphones, installation of boost, NYARKK, NYARKKK )
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