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Cort NC4 LH
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Left-Handed Electric Fretted Bass from Cort belonging to the NC series.

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  • bassman77bassman77

    Cort NC4 LHPublished on 06/23/05 at 06:30
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - Made in Korea
    - 24 Frets and Mighty Might DXH Micor 2-1-4F & DXH-1-4R Active
    - Bridge EB12
    - Key Hard maple
    - Basswood Body

    Made in an excellent finish Cort!

    UTILIZATION

    - My first bass so I find that the intuitive handling is nothing to say!
    - Access to clear acute ideal for arpeggios arpeggios and solos!
    - The form "Cort" par excellence so very ergonomic. Some find it a bit too heavy ... To see as the template.
    - You branches, you play and you are pleased! Simple and effective foolproof!

    SOUNDS

    - Totally! The pickups are very great job! So a very large opportunity to play! I play a little bit of everything: Jazz, Rock, Metal with art such as slap, …
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    - Made in Korea
    - 24 Frets and Mighty Might DXH Micor 2-1-4F & DXH-1-4R Active
    - Bridge EB12
    - Key Hard maple
    - Basswood Body

    Made in an excellent finish Cort!

    UTILIZATION

    - My first bass so I find that the intuitive handling is nothing to say!
    - Access to clear acute ideal for arpeggios arpeggios and solos!
    - The form "Cort" par excellence so very ergonomic. Some find it a bit too heavy ... To see as the template.
    - You branches, you play and you are pleased! Simple and effective foolproof!

    SOUNDS

    - Totally! The pickups are very great job! So a very large opportunity to play! I play a little bit of everything: Jazz, Rock, Metal with art such as slap, tapping etc! I am satisfied!
    - I play a Fender Rumble 25 (some limits!) Sprinkle a ODB-3 ... It allows me closer to the sound of Muse (Time is running out), Nirvana (Breed) and Metallica (Amnesthesia)! It goes very well with this configuration.
    - No effect she is doing very well though somewhat limited and slap her a bit too dry in the acute ... That's why I put 8
    - I would much rather put a serious background and the midrange and the treble a half ... J'obtient a round and well defined.

    OVERALL OPINION

    - For over a year since I use it and I advice to beginners and intermediates!
    - For me it will be the overall quality of the instrument and the quality of their microphones!
    - I try and Ibanez PLO but none of them comes close! Dumoine in the price range!
    - For me it is simply the best value in its class!
    - I do it again without hesitation! Many prefer to pay for the brand and quality ... with this low you are sure you have sound!
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