Made in France
24 frets, two single micro Benedetti, active electronics.
Adjusting bass and treble.
Maple Mache with carbon insert.
Mine is sunburst color (Idemn than Glovers Rogers).
The handle is a highway with access to acute very easy. This bass is very comfortable, light and balanced.
It sounds in all positions of settings and offers a range of sounds exeptionnelle.
It is perfect for rock, pop-rock, Funck, metal, blues, in short almost every style of music.
The notes are a formidable precision, although with severe acute Pleis and highly crystalline. The only thing that can be criticized, it is very slight hiss of its large output dynamic.
I use it for two years and I fell madly in love with this bass. It gives me a fun game intarrissable.J 've played on many models, Fender Jazzbass, Precision, JP90, Cort Artisan B5, and this MusicMan Stringray5 Excess happens to sound so unique, without wanting to imitate the Tenor of the category. In short, this bass is unique and the danger is to try it ....
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Type: Screw and reinforced with carbon (90/10)
Wood: Maple sch for 3 years
Nut width (mm): 42
The band width dernire (mm): 62
Nut thickness (mm): 19.5
Thickness 12th the box (mm): 23
String spacing at nut (mm): 33
String spacing at bridge (mm): 57
Up the 12th case, acute MI (mm): 2
Up the 12th box, severe MI (mm): 2.5
Type of nut: Nut + collar reinforces ZrO
Wood: maple, rosewood or Mtal Delta
Radius of the key (mm): 300
Type of frets: Medium
Scale (mm): 860
Wood: Alder in two parts, sch years
Finish: sch for at least 5 weeks
Mcaniques brand: Schaller specially
Type of bridge: changing strings fast
Mark of the bridge: Vigier
Belt Fasteners: SCUR by an insert pntrant profondment in the wood.
Brands of microphones: Vigier
Microphone type: Single coils
The electronic circuit is equipped with a rducteur snoring.
CONTRL: Volume / Balance / Bass / Treble
Shield: conductive paint
Weight (kg): 3.8
Books with cover / tui: Case
Options: Tte matching
Available in left-handed: No
Strings: Vigier 40-95
Warranty: 2 years
Place of manufacture: France
The handle is it enjoyable?
Yes, trs right, with a low action without frisette trs. Rosewood is trs trs vein and "wood", organic
ond round of the Saddle is superb, and the rounded edges of the head are the most beautiful effect
the vein of carbon in the back of the neck is nice too
- Access in acute (dernires freight) is it easy?
until the 24 bp ss me. Unlike a vintage jazz bass, horn suprieure does not rise until 11 am the box (There's no there only 20 squares on a JB pr 80s, how true) but until the 13 me. But it is balance, and Access in Premire boxes is not as pnible Warwick with a horn that has sup. s'arrte me that the box 15
trs so good ergonomics, with a feeling handle 24 cases, not boxes Vintage 20
- Gets it easy to sound good?
yes, that adding subtracting plutt.
I think you have to remove the treble that can be aggressive fingerstyle - unless you play the metal - the choice of the set of strings (nickel or stainless steel) is important for the type of sound.
the electronic as powerful, it can also lower the volume up a little grave and acute, and then the sound was ultra funk active
so yes quite versatile, with a rosewood fingerboard. I do not know what gives a maple with a touch.
PRECISION sauce over a vigier in mind that JAZZ BASS.
Made in France, this 4-string bass has a carbon-reinforced neck, 24 frets + "fret 0" for strings.
The electronics are active and the 2 single-coil pickups are manufactured by Benedetti.
- Balance between the 2 microphones
Point to note: pulling the strings of origin is light (40-95).
I have not tried to change this drawing, but to my knowledge, because of the carbon reinforcement, the stick has no truss rod.
ergonomics perfect for me: stick fairly flat and relatively thin, relatively lightweight, and very balanced.
The sound palette is very broad, the available settings are really effective. The reinforcing carbon
all over the neck gives unbelievable sustain. The resulting sound is unique, and gives a lot of harmonics, and infra-bass growl. Difficult to compare it to anything. Seems it has a real personality.
Great versatility, great for the big rock, blues, jazz, but also pure, for they may even find sounds very acoustic. Also very good slap, but also get a lens that's on a Jazz Bass for example.
The output level of the pickups (single coils Benedetti) is extremely high. This translates into a sound of tremendous energy, but also a slight hiss that is audible if in concert, may need to rework a bit the sound recording studio. It is possible to completely eliminate the problem by reducing the level of acute right on the bass (this can also be done on the amp, or on the mixer if omitted). However, I prefer to play with pots at 0, and subsequently corrected the record. This solution is very efficient and keeps the original grain.
After 4 years of use, it was time for me to give a full review on this superb instrument.
I'd say it's really a bass part, and I'm not ready to part with it!