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«  Status everything composite »

Publié le 09/12/10 à 01:23
Value For Money : Excellent
Lower manufactured in Britain late 80's, composite body, carbon headless neck with saddle massive string stopper. Easel headless ultra precise. 24 frets, bolt-on neck, active electronics (flight, ball pickups, tone)

UTILIZATION

Super round, super ergonomics, easy access to acute. Bass very comfortable and balanced, though a bit heavy perhaps.
The sound is huge and never be cold.
The settings are simple, the preamp is not a gas plant, so the sound is there quickly.

SOUNDS

Versatility. typed Jazz Bass, but larger and with more possibilities.
Big sound in neck pickup, Paso if one wants to micro and acute closed tone, slap killer ... nothing to say.

OVERALL OPINION

Excellent value for money, for a true Status not too too expensive.
You either love or hate the look, but once you have it in hand it is clear that it is hard not to love ...
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