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  • Benoit21Benoit21

    StarSun BassPublished on 03/19/06 at 11:37
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Bass 4 strings, 20 frets, 1 volume and 1 knob Potar Tone.

    UTILIZATION

    Well it's a bass that is around 200 euros, while it is not too much to ask, but to add a bass line has my components is sufficient.

    SOUNDS

    Are pretty cool in all but forget the slap!

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's been two years since I, level report qualitprix nothing to say, I think to start or support its compounds is not bad! But the means of that I I'd take a Fender Jazz Master.
  • MFincMFinc

    StarSun BassPublished on 09/07/06 at 02:25
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Chinese I think.
    24 frets, high enough.
    Precision microphone and another Jazzbass a volume knob for each, plus a knob of Tone.
    Channel fine enough.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is sometimes difficult (especially if one goes down well and for the slap), but overall it is rather feasible.
    It is not very heavy ...
    For sound, just trying all the positions of knobs, you can get a sound pretty good, but we can not change and it's a shame (the Tone knob emits a lot of sizzling).

    SOUNDS

    She agreed that until today I was playing (rock, some metal, pop, reggae), for it is against rather boring for the slap.
    I play with a 60W Behringer, and sounds, as I said above, are alwa…
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    Chinese I think.
    24 frets, high enough.
    Precision microphone and another Jazzbass a volume knob for each, plus a knob of Tone.
    Channel fine enough.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is sometimes difficult (especially if one goes down well and for the slap), but overall it is rather feasible.
    It is not very heavy ...
    For sound, just trying all the positions of knobs, you can get a sound pretty good, but we can not change and it's a shame (the Tone knob emits a lot of sizzling).

    SOUNDS

    She agreed that until today I was playing (rock, some metal, pop, reggae), for it is against rather boring for the slap.
    I play with a 60W Behringer, and sounds, as I said above, are always the same ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's been two years of the j'galere ssus jm'apprete and a change (for a Cort EVL Z4B).
    What bothers me most is the non-possibility to change the sound, if I like the handle end.
    This is my first bass and I have not tried others before buying.
    The report qualitprix is ​​rather reasonable, but I would rather trust can be a low-end Squier today ...
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