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Vigier Passion III
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Vigier Passion III

4-string bass guitar from Vigier .

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Vigier Passion IIIPublished on 01/28/03 at 04:32
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Made in France.
21 Frets + 1 zero-fret. 24 frets optional.
Mcaniques bridge and Schaller.
Rglages: volume, balance pickups, boost / cut with slecteur frequency drives, Tone.
Neck-carbon reinforced.
2 single coil pickups Benedetti.

UTILIZATION

Handle end and fast trs, trs comfortable.
Access to Acute very easy.
Trs ergonomic shape. Mine is quite heavy and PSE 4.8kg, but it is a MODEL with spcial Schaller vibrato.
Well its the ds Premire seconds of use.

SOUNDS

Sounds quite modern. Ideal for tapping and salp.
I play a Fender BXR 300C and works pretty well!
A wide range of sounds available, but better to hear rather than to talk about!
Slap and tapping sound......
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Made in France.
21 Frets + 1 zero-fret. 24 frets optional.
Mcaniques bridge and Schaller.
Rglages: volume, balance pickups, boost / cut with slecteur frequency drives, Tone.
Neck-carbon reinforced.
2 single coil pickups Benedetti.

UTILIZATION

Handle end and fast trs, trs comfortable.
Access to Acute very easy.
Trs ergonomic shape. Mine is quite heavy and PSE 4.8kg, but it is a MODEL with spcial Schaller vibrato.
Well its the ds Premire seconds of use.

SOUNDS

Sounds quite modern. Ideal for tapping and salp.
I play a Fender BXR 300C and works pretty well!
A wide range of sounds available, but better to hear rather than to talk about!
Slap and tapping sound really monstrous!
On new MODELS, a rducteur noise is the electronic Intgr couple of simple coil Benedetti.

OVERALL OPINION

I bought a survcu 1996.Elle in a car accident and Vigier team has done a great job, if only one is patient. This bass is a war machine!
We love: everything.
We regret: nothing.
Excellent price quality ratio, as once it was in hand, one does not want to let go.
I would do this choice with eyes closed.
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raoul-omniraoul-omni

Vigier Passion IIIPublished on 05/16/08 at 05:34
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I will not rpter which t crit below. Mine is a 5 string in 1993, blue (body and head). Channel crossing by two braid-reinforced carbon. It is strictly original and PSE by a lightweight rapprort my other basses.

UTILIZATION

Ergonomics, the alli lgret an instrument in the background "easy" take over. The handle is formidable rapids. I regret, somewhat, the map of strings at the right hand I have AIM on April 1 equivalent strings. Even if the bridge that allows rglage, the width of the button at the top of the handle is not enough unless you take the risk of dragging the G string cot of the band with your left hand.
The range of sounds is not stretched trs, trs sounds are right......
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I will not rpter which t crit below. Mine is a 5 string in 1993, blue (body and head). Channel crossing by two braid-reinforced carbon. It is strictly original and PSE by a lightweight rapprort my other basses.

UTILIZATION

Ergonomics, the alli lgret an instrument in the background "easy" take over. The handle is formidable rapids. I regret, somewhat, the map of strings at the right hand I have AIM on April 1 equivalent strings. Even if the bridge that allows rglage, the width of the button at the top of the handle is not enough unless you take the risk of dragging the G string cot of the band with your left hand.
The range of sounds is not stretched trs, trs sounds are right (clinical) and modern. For games slap or tapping (with a low action) is of formidable efficiency. When the fingers to play there is no need "to get into it" for a ring. To have a big sound "rock" just add a little lower mdium using the boost and the legalization parameter.

SOUNDS

Played on many amps (SWR, Ampeg, Fender, etc.) has always rings. Do when even imagine finding the sound of legendary instruments, wooden old Fender, a grain MM Stingray, but it's also what makes his characters and his personality. This bass can go from one game to the fingers, slap a game or tapping without changing rglages, which is a rare quality: the sound spectrum, from low to high, still offers an exc DEFINITIONS slow.

OVERALL OPINION

Purchase in 2007, she came beautifully complter the panel of sonority that I wanted to get complter that of the Fender Jazz Bass Fretless Fender Roscoe Beck V and I possde. That's what I prfre modern characters but regretted the insufficient spacing of the strings at the right hand. This choice and well rflchi silent because I do it again without hsiter to broaden my palette of sound.

If the violin can justify the price, the quality of the tui is unacceptable for an instrument in this range!
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  • Manufacturer: Vigier
  • Model: Passion III
  • Category: 4-string bass guitars
  • Added in our database on: 10/28/2002

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