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Steinberger XM2APublished on 11/28/08 at 06:30
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
STEINBERGER, what else?
Made in USA Newburg, is a genial Innovative bass luthier that Ned Steinberger lv his creations rank standart. The handle headless - carbon - allows editing strings two balls, it has 24 frets exceptionally accessible, although it should beginners get used to the low strings map. The correctness - on every note - and the continuation of the agreement are accepted and justified. This bass is active, and 9v battery boosts two EMG specifiers.

UTILIZATION

The MODEL XM2A labore remains a guitar based on the legendary series L which a body (wood) Does graft to optimize ergonomics to meet the refractory-style baton. That's great, it feels to play bass on a strato!......
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STEINBERGER, what else?
Made in USA Newburg, is a genial Innovative bass luthier that Ned Steinberger lv his creations rank standart. The handle headless - carbon - allows editing strings two balls, it has 24 frets exceptionally accessible, although it should beginners get used to the low strings map. The correctness - on every note - and the continuation of the agreement are accepted and justified. This bass is active, and 9v battery boosts two EMG specifiers.

UTILIZATION

The MODEL XM2A labore remains a guitar based on the legendary series L which a body (wood) Does graft to optimize ergonomics to meet the refractory-style baton. That's great, it feels to play bass on a strato! The instrument is well balanced, and acceptable weight. Now, everybody does not adapt the style headless!

SOUNDS

In my view, the particularity of this brand is to produce a note perfectly clear, precise, without distortion, regardless of the registry. The attack is specific on the almost metallic timbre (I like), it only remains to wrap this sound more or less serious with corrections of the instrument
(Volume + Balance + Ring ... a little weird using it!)
The correctness - I rept - is exemplary, sustain and harmonic generation are remarkable and Ingals. N'tant not by nature a follower of his "drooling," I find my account with my XM2 (and my XP2 too!)

OVERALL OPINION

Is the anti bass luthier! XM2A is a product that "sounds" (no "cardboard" sound, no chi-chis). It is an original manufacturer of high quality that will last. I play also on precision and Stingray, but just for their sympathetic cluck sexy vintage. This STEIN 'XM2 seems to me still today under 700 average value, but beware, this product is made ​​in the USA tend rarfier on the market, it's time to invest.
My STEINBERGER a century in advance ...
(Well, it's me who says so!)
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  • Manufacturer: Steinberger
  • Model: XM2A
  • Category: 4-string bass guitars
  • Added in our database on: 01/23/2007

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Other names: xm2a, xm 2a, xm2 a

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