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podd63 01/17/2005

Yamaha RBX760A : podd63's user review


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Overall a well thought out low, not too bad over. I love its shape, and the pretty emerald green of my model. I have for now, failed to use but I'm working :-) It has good resistance to everyday life.


The handle is comfortable to play, access to the latest cargo is really easy by the shape of the bass really adapted. It is not too heavy, even for a weakling!
The settings may not be very obvious, by the ability of the RBX760A has to transcend the lower. So when we love the big sound, it was quick to exaggerate the EQ to the bass. However, when we refreine a little it can do really!


This bass is very versatile in terms of music styles as the settings allow a wide pannel of sound possibilities. However, I sometimes find the treble a bit small compared to the bass. This effect is partly offset by the ability to balance the two with respect to the other. I play mostly metal, I can afford a lot of fantasy (like low-bottom push the pieces of a dub that sounds, make the sound more slamming by switching on the acute passages slap ...) c ' is quite nice. The sound is rather round, especially when compared to the low price range. Most bass players with whom I play her surprised by its sound.

As the balance is sometimes hard to find, I put a 7 GOOD!


Purchased from OCCAZ 'for about 200 euros 2 years ago, it's a low that I do not want to separate myself from him because I found a particular sound, round and fairly versatile. Price / quality ratio is really good at all. This is not the sound of a round Fender Jazz Bass (although that is not the same use!), But it is also far from his beuark of Cort entry. In addition it is much easier to play than the entry-level models of Cort. So the choice I would do without hesitation!