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  • Bruno44Bruno44

    Vester BASSEPublished on 01/02/07 at 14:50
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    -Korean manufacturing
    -24 Frets, 4 strings
    -2 Pickups, jazz bass and simple brand Vester
    Bridge-basic, most common ...
    -3 Knobs, 2 volume (one for each pickup) and one for the tone
    -Bolt
    Mechanical-oil bath (which have not a terrible form of Treffle I like it ...)

    UTILIZATION

    This bass is light, about 3 kg, the handle is of medium thickness and it is nice, I prefer for the sleeves, but that of the jacket I was not nauseated, far from it!
    For access to acute, I usually played with a Cort A5 glued to the handle, so obviously it's easier ... But it seems very corect for Bolt.
    The shape of the table is good, it does not disturb the game and it is aesthetic.
    Using th…
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    -Korean manufacturing
    -24 Frets, 4 strings
    -2 Pickups, jazz bass and simple brand Vester
    Bridge-basic, most common ...
    -3 Knobs, 2 volume (one for each pickup) and one for the tone
    -Bolt
    Mechanical-oil bath (which have not a terrible form of Treffle I like it ...)

    UTILIZATION

    This bass is light, about 3 kg, the handle is of medium thickness and it is nice, I prefer for the sleeves, but that of the jacket I was not nauseated, far from it!
    For access to acute, I usually played with a Cort A5 glued to the handle, so obviously it's easier ... But it seems very corect for Bolt.
    The shape of the table is good, it does not disturb the game and it is aesthetic.
    Using the knob is childish, there is nothing to lose. Put everything on the mic and jazz you something round, while the simple and you can slapper, the tone of the rest.

    SOUNDS

    I did a bit of everything, I'm pretty amateurish. This bass does not make miracles, the pickups are medium quality. But despite all the heavy sounds of reggae, dub, to more metal as rock, slap, or rounder for funk, jazz, anything goes.
    I play with a Fender BXR 100 is a malleable amps, I can get out what I want in my jacket ... right now I prefer my Cort, the jacket has a sound that lacks depth for my taste, perhaps the difference between a handle glued and screwed ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have a Cort fretless a5 Crafts (yes fretless because hacked by a luthier hehe!), Good it is on, it's not the same standard. Compared to the Cort, the jacket is poor in terms of finishes, but it forbids its good ergonomics (it makes a big pound less! When playing standing up but not least!) And I well its handle.
    I use it for about two years, I have long made the guitar, I started on bass later. I recommend it to beginners, it is light, the handle is easy, it's a versatile bass. It has no sound with "a particular grain" is simple and efficient and will allow those who are new to identify what they like to move towards a new instrument.
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