Made in Korea (high manufacturing generic)
alder, walnut, curly maple reported in table, rosewood fingerboard
Very light graphite nut
Translucent blue high gloss finish
JJ Seymour Duncan Basslines AJJ 2X-2 Lightnin 'Rods
Seymour Duncan Basslines STC3
3-way bass / treble / midrange
Volume push-pull "slap contour"
2 micro switches off
Independent adjustable easel bridges
Strings "through body" only
String spacing 19 mm
Very nice low because:
- Lightweight and balanced
- Comfortable handle
- The high quality of the configuration of the guitar pickups and all / e that motivated my purchase.
The sound is above the normal delivery of an instrument in this price range.
This ranges from warm, round (reggae) neck of the microphone to a sound stripped, very funky, the bridge pickup.
10/10 for sound.
All styles of music, from heavy rock to funk to groove furious.
Wide range with all Seymour Duncan and quality of wood.
Very valuable instrument for the price (bought new E 399).
The price may make it look like a tool for study, not his performance, well above!
Its strength, unbeatable price, is the SD Basslines equipment.
Also its aesthetics, the table reported in curly maple is the most beautiful effect, other woods are identified (no "basswood").
It needs proper settings (frets, nut height, action and bridges) to be an expert to do anything damaging.
I recommend at this price.
It's kind of OMNI, Unidentified Musical Object, as the brand serves, and yet unknown "while it has a great" ...