Let's say it's a P bass made in Asia, China in memory!
CHARACTERISTICS if not all of a P bass! Unless it's a short scale, so IDAL for small hands ... All seems correct!
ca allert can handle: a few frets that dpassent your memory and remember to slide lower ... Otherwise it is in the line of branded Fender!
Well the bottom hurts ... If the bass is relatively lgre, "small", mine was a size smaller than a standard P bass, it seemed almost a toy to beginners ... Otherwise a go! Good strings are the original cast of! After new strings installed, it's a safe (oh yes the pickups are pretty bad ... So change it!).
The biggest worry is the E string. It does not ring! Try as I had all possible rglages (action of the handle, bridges, pickups, change of firing ...) nothing worked! This rope has always sonn below the other (same with other microphones, the ground and silent r still too high!) ... So big problems for a set of low if the default is half!
I kept a few weeks ... quickly resold and pass on a Fender P bass worthy of the name: Nothing to see!
In short, a low for:
- Those who have "microphone" hands!
- Those who want to move from low guitar without being dpays!
- Those who do not use the "mi" (we should not be many!)
- Those with a micro budget: personal, I still prfre Harley Benton!
- Collectors who want a low COD CHRE not!
For others: Flee! Take plutt a Squier Affinity, CHRE a bit more, but well above in quality! I admit that the look of this bass is nice but for the rest: Firewood!
Made in China
Standard bridge, intonation adjustable for each string.
The hole of the E string was too small. I had to enlarge the drill!
Maple neck, alder body, characteristic for this incredible price ...
Simple Micro split
volume, tone very effective.
Key open wide and precise. Tree head a little gross, a little filing to facilitate the transition of the D string.
The jack is the worst I've ever seen.
The jack gets stuck inside. Yuck!
Channel a bit stiff, lacking a little lemon oil ...
Ordinary form for accuracy, just the head is different. This is the version that looks like Fender, unlike the new ursa ...
4kg100 indicates the weight a little heavy compared to a real one.
I bought mine secondhand tortoise pickguard with black knobs and very hard probably not original.
It is a simple and effective low.
It is suitable for all music!
The tone really sculpt the sound. Perfect for slap and finger play.
It is always subjective, but the sound is really good with the original pickups!
Beware of buzz on this brand in the forums!
I own a Vantage P / J medium. I tried a Mexican custom shop in very good vintage sound, an American Deluxe and a musicman stingray both very small, but humbuckers do not agree with me on bass.
What I like about this bass is considering the price, it can customize and "roadworner" without mercy! She rings of death! What I dislike is that on occasion, she was already a bit damaged, but I like that less remorse for abusing her!
I do not recommend this brand for a beginner. You must know the address everywhere, shielded cavities, redo some welding, cutting his head a little ugly in "telecaster bass", etc..
But ultimately, it's a very good instrument which deserves to be cared for, like all instruments!