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  • moucliermouclier

    Bee & Billy fretless BB810C/BGPublished on 10/04/06 at 10:11
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Brand Corenne
    Fretless
    3-band equalizer + volume
    nice finish
    pica table, key Palissander, mahogany back

    UTILIZATION

    Channel enjoyable
    strings a bit far from the handle
    good effect of chord gliss especially aige

    SOUNDS

    I use it with an SWR rgulirement One Sixty for its low standard for sound effects it comes into its own with a Casing of direct
    lack of EHJV unplugged
    I use it in evening especially to rest the shoulders of my old Jazz Bass that makes its weight!

    OVERALL OPINION

    Excellent quality price
    I sell to buy a good speaker
    I use little
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    Brand Corenne
    Fretless
    3-band equalizer + volume
    nice finish
    pica table, key Palissander, mahogany back

    UTILIZATION

    Channel enjoyable
    strings a bit far from the handle
    good effect of chord gliss especially aige

    SOUNDS

    I use it with an SWR rgulirement One Sixty for its low standard for sound effects it comes into its own with a Casing of direct
    lack of EHJV unplugged
    I use it in evening especially to rest the shoulders of my old Jazz Bass that makes its weight!

    OVERALL OPINION

    Excellent quality price
    I sell to buy a good speaker
    I use little
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  • waltcarlwaltcarl

    Bee & Billy fretless BB810C/BGPublished on 05/02/10 at 14:12
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)


    A very good bass for this price
    I have since 2002
    Its strings were originally flat net with a low sound of cons to be mistaken, but little sound without amp
    So I asked bronze strings (you know it's cheaper for the paradoxically low?)
    The strings br. have a special gloss that gives more acoustic sound and generate a lot of harmonics that I do a lot of false harmonics ring
    At the top of the handle string zither curl slightly reminiscent
    I also plays a little like an Arabic oud with quarter tones
    In the game at the neck it sounds even with the bass strings bronze

    Defects: the mechanical means take the shot, I mean ankle
    IT has happened that makes me the preamp of its own, but now …
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    A very good bass for this price
    I have since 2002
    Its strings were originally flat net with a low sound of cons to be mistaken, but little sound without amp
    So I asked bronze strings (you know it's cheaper for the paradoxically low?)
    The strings br. have a special gloss that gives more acoustic sound and generate a lot of harmonics that I do a lot of false harmonics ring
    At the top of the handle string zither curl slightly reminiscent
    I also plays a little like an Arabic oud with quarter tones
    In the game at the neck it sounds even with the bass strings bronze

    Defects: the mechanical means take the shot, I mean ankle
    IT has happened that makes me the preamp of its own, but now it's good
    She quickly gets reduced, so I put a cover for anti larsen concerts but that the definition of food

    Then bizarrely played on the LA D string has no Sutaine, while the C chord played on the hard with a lot of depth, what to do?

    The preamp does not please me too, might be because I am afraid it loose and the bass is actually a little too powerful

    Low delivered without the screws fastening strap, I made them pose ....

    A good bass sound that accompanies well and has lots of universes in reserve (guitar, djembe but no more!)

    At the end of a concert they came to ask me what it is etc. .. and tell me it's a very elegant instrument ...:)

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