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Vigier Arpege Bass

4-string bass guitar from Vigier

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Vigier Arpege BassPublished on 11/18/14 at 10:38
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Made in France.
Quality wood selected.
Handle very end, more than JB.
18V preamp with parametric equalo.
A particular output for liabilities.
A phenol on a brass layer key.
What to say?

UTILIZATION

A highway!
Perfect balance.

SOUNDS

All. 2 microphones Benedetti, we like it or not! A selector neck, bridge, both.
Oh I forgot ... A push / pull booster, no less!
Fully versatile.
This bass is made for musicians and studio variety. But she knows it all. Anyway everything is done with a good parametric equalo on stage not always practical. As a phase inverter, blah ...
Heee a battery charger.

OVERALL OPINION

Purchased new in 1984. I was doing a ton of variety...…
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Made in France.
Quality wood selected.
Handle very end, more than JB.
18V preamp with parametric equalo.
A particular output for liabilities.
A phenol on a brass layer key.
What to say?

UTILIZATION

A highway!
Perfect balance.

SOUNDS

All. 2 microphones Benedetti, we like it or not! A selector neck, bridge, both.
Oh I forgot ... A push / pull booster, no less!
Fully versatile.
This bass is made for musicians and studio variety. But she knows it all. Anyway everything is done with a good parametric equalo on stage not always practical. As a phase inverter, blah ...
Heee a battery charger.

OVERALL OPINION

Purchased new in 1984. I was doing a ton of variety at that time. I can not find fault except Benedetti it depends if you like, complicated settings on stage while you get used to very quickly, the key is plastic phenol mate. She has not moved one iota in 30 years is amazing.
except that I do not play more than 4 strings is c ... but I care, she was my partner for 7 years, PCQ hat she still made zlataner
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DuteDute

Vigier Arpege BassPublished on 06/16/07 at 13:19
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
French-made!! REALLY TOP
Bridge mastoque very but very effective
Settings: volume and tone. Equa parametric all sounds are! ; + Booster + - 20 db. The dynamics of the truly intrusment is impressive. Microwave phase shifter. Impossible to explain all the sounds that déslors obtained mastery of the low settings.
Neck: the neck!

UTILIZATION

Ergo impeccable, but it's still a heavy instrument., But if you want sound!

For basic sounds (+ your flight back to back), it sounds a bit "plastic", but a small adjustment and it sounds a hell not need to have an amp Sofista, everything is on the instrument thanks to active electronics ... but with a trace elliot, that shoes off your teeth...…
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French-made!! REALLY TOP
Bridge mastoque very but very effective
Settings: volume and tone. Equa parametric all sounds are! ; + Booster + - 20 db. The dynamics of the truly intrusment is impressive. Microwave phase shifter. Impossible to explain all the sounds that déslors obtained mastery of the low settings.
Neck: the neck!

UTILIZATION

Ergo impeccable, but it's still a heavy instrument., But if you want sound!

For basic sounds (+ your flight back to back), it sounds a bit "plastic", but a small adjustment and it sounds a hell not need to have an amp Sofista, everything is on the instrument thanks to active electronics ... but with a trace elliot, that shoes off your teeth ....

SOUNDS

All styles. It is an amp that cash because the dynamics can be really bad: I recommend the big speakers that réagisssent good (celestion. ..)
All types of sounds are possible: very round for the old disco 70's, very low for the slap of the 80 '... agree or tapping, the phase shifter works wonders.

OVERALL OPINION

1 hour per day

beautiful object and a very good instrument. When it sounds no one is sure it is NOT the bass!!
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  • Manufacturer: Vigier
  • Model: Arpege Bass
  • Category: 4-string bass guitars
  • Added in our database on: 10/28/2002

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