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leudeline leudeline
Publié le 09/11/09 à 02:47
Value For Money : Excellent
Low 20 frets, body, type setting and micro precision sleeve Vantage (see model 725B).

UTILIZATION

Channel super nice, the sound is okay, even slap his weight is either an advantage or a inconveniant: it is super light (compared to my Fender Precision is !...) which may seem an advantage for long sessions, but against it by the fact much less sustain ...

SOUNDS

Very good bass polyvalant. According to the amplification and adjustment (personal, an ampeg svt300 recently), can adapt to all styles, but rock tour!

OVERALL OPINION

This bass has a twenty year. The neck has not budged a bit! The sound is more than correct, the handle is as nice as my Fender, what about more ...
If you enjoy playing, jumping in all directions, or if you play long, it saw its perfect weight.
Value for money excellent.
I use it as second lower and repeat.
I do it again without hesitation that choice!
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