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  • Geof_basseGeof_basse

    The best bass on which I played ... for the time being

    Status Graphite EmpathyPublished on 08/20/13 at 05:33
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    5 string active bass made in England in the violin Rob Green.
    My first bass Headless, the handle is made of carbon, it does not move the top.
    24 frets and two hyperactive Status in microphones.
    Adjustment level: volume, balance between the two microphones, EQ with bass, treble and frequency selection of mediums, plus a 3-position selector to cut, boost.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very nice, carbon, as mentioned above, it does not move. The string action is low, it does not frieze, a real treat.

    Access to treble is excellent and just plug for clean, accurate sound.

    SOUNDS

    The equalizer allows us to obtain an impressive versatility.

    I have played on different …
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    5 string active bass made in England in the violin Rob Green.
    My first bass Headless, the handle is made of carbon, it does not move the top.
    24 frets and two hyperactive Status in microphones.
    Adjustment level: volume, balance between the two microphones, EQ with bass, treble and frequency selection of mediums, plus a 3-position selector to cut, boost.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very nice, carbon, as mentioned above, it does not move. The string action is low, it does not frieze, a real treat.

    Access to treble is excellent and just plug for clean, accurate sound.

    SOUNDS

    The equalizer allows us to obtain an impressive versatility.

    I have played on different amps, in several different styles, a little action on the equalizer and it rolls.

    Really great fun, both for the slap, play with fingers, to pick the hard, jazz, blues, reggae or funk, this bass is a treat.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 3 months now, I've played on Musicman, Fender, Yamaha, there is no comparison, this is what I prefer.

    I love everything about this bass, even though I would have preferred a head on top of the handle, but that's just aesthetics.

    For 1800 euros, the price / quality ratio for me ample.

    I remake the same choice if the opportunity presented itself.
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  • DlwDlw

    Status Graphite EmpathyPublished on 12/31/04 at 10:23
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Low high-end manufacturing to the United Kingdom; possdant 25 frets (fret ZrO), 2 microphones Status hyper active, robust chrome easel. The SETTING THE 5-string bass that is a volume, a scale, a 3-band EQ and a switch acting on mdiums. The neck is graphite with a touch in phnol. It's a neck-and heavy-duty affects phnol allows you incredible sustain. The body wings are amazaque, excellent wood Cameroon; this low possde also two rope guides chrom level of the head with good mcaniques bath oil. A jack is not on the body and is free of noise. Its color is dark green (Emerald green) very beautiful and it works in 18 volts (2 batteries). My nut is brass Warwick style (it's a deuxime hand).

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    Low high-end manufacturing to the United Kingdom; possdant 25 frets (fret ZrO), 2 microphones Status hyper active, robust chrome easel. The SETTING THE 5-string bass that is a volume, a scale, a 3-band EQ and a switch acting on mdiums. The neck is graphite with a touch in phnol. It's a neck-and heavy-duty affects phnol allows you incredible sustain. The body wings are amazaque, excellent wood Cameroon; this low possde also two rope guides chrom level of the head with good mcaniques bath oil. A jack is not on the body and is free of noise. Its color is dark green (Emerald green) very beautiful and it works in 18 volts (2 batteries). My nut is brass Warwick style (it's a deuxime hand).

    UTILIZATION

    It took me familiarize myself with the handle carbon spcial touch is but one becomes accustomed aisment as the pleasure of playing on such an instrument is phnomnal. CHAC is an acute to ease emptying, is perfect ergonomics and weight. When the sound, then, c is monstrous, the palette is logieuse frequency drives, all playing techniques stand out perfectly and we wonder why did I not more acquri tt .

    SOUNDS

    Suitable for me? but all done! Why talk about a style of music when music is as sectarian issue, music is universal and not divided. I plugged into my CPU Boss GT6B religious Fidler my Trace Elliot combo 7215smx trs and they agree well but where it excels is on my table mix, no noise, prsence , gloss, flexibility etc ... I re-remix Status few deal with this and I still can not believe it as it is this low gniale. It is clear that what comes out of this instrument is modern, with a plume crystallin colorful and sound up to my expectancy at. I have a lot DLIR and plans with the most dbiles come out with a precision of thunder, believe that it has no limit.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I dgot at Le Mans while j'tais came to this city to dnicher a Christmas present for my girlfriend. I saw him alone, she was only waiting for me, it has played together, it was mutually sduis Youpla and is the joy and allgresse. Premire is its color and its presence among the other instruments that seemed well dull the Status face that made me flash, then its handling, robustness, the quality of its components, its State impeccable (his former Owner 'is trs APRS geek tells me the seller) and its sonic palette to shame my old bass. And she does with her book tui of origin for a whopping $ 1000 (if that's not a bargain!). It's been a week since I owns and you can always RVer that I may rid (big jealous hh!).
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