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«  good basis for good low »

Published on 03/04/12 at 12:50
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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