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5+ string bass guitar from Cort belonging to the GB series

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  • Psycho-BassPsycho-Bass

    Cort GB55Published on 06/10/05 at 15:57
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made of Idonsie. This seems to be Modl rare (I found no information on it on the net) I think the type of wood is DIFFERENT from that used on other models GB
    For rglages button there is a volume (which is switch to switch to passive), balance (to move from micro to micro musicman type Jazzbass type) and a double knob (for rglage bass and treble )
    The handle is a mapple the rosewood. The chavalet is big enough and resembles that which can be found on the Lakland (by the way they like it a lot!)
    Mine is painted yellow with a strong and trs a white plate

    UTILIZATION

    It is rather enjoyable and easy to play for a 5 string (the card is 19mm ropes (as a 4)). 4.6 kg when she PSE sa…
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    Made of Idonsie. This seems to be Modl rare (I found no information on it on the net) I think the type of wood is DIFFERENT from that used on other models GB
    For rglages button there is a volume (which is switch to switch to passive), balance (to move from micro to micro musicman type Jazzbass type) and a double knob (for rglage bass and treble )
    The handle is a mapple the rosewood. The chavalet is big enough and resembles that which can be found on the Lakland (by the way they like it a lot!)
    Mine is painted yellow with a strong and trs a white plate

    UTILIZATION

    It is rather enjoyable and easy to play for a 5 string (the card is 19mm ropes (as a 4)). 4.6 kg when she PSE same.
    It is rather flexible (thanks to the two microphones DIFFERENT) and playing a bit with the 2 tone one gets to have a trs's correct.

    SOUNDS

    The 5th string sounds good for just under PCHE than other low-volume, but when we send the sauce ca stands out more.
    The sound is typical musiman thanks to humbuker (just typ hien!) And roots with jazz. The shuffled the two gives a loud sound nice but if it can seem a bit "lergquot; low compared to other ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought 5 months ago in opportunity for ROCKBAG 280 with a cover, and begin the rope is 5 foot! She has a lot more class and for the price, I think it's a really EXCELLENT.
    I do it again this choice without hsister!
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  • zitounchichenzitounchichen

    Cort GB55Published on 01/30/07 at 12:50
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    5 string, a double and a single microphone closer to the handle. Volume adjustment, micro adjustment intensity (middle two microphones are used, the splitter to either turn back the knob in one direction or the other).

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very soft against my model by the freight tro long hair and make me cut the microphones when I slipped on the handle ... Severe kidney I do not know if this is the case for all other 55 GB ...

    Fischmann Micros ... Kidney said, immaculate /

    Otherwise it's very big quality ... is not being quite heavy or greasy 70ties more active and microphones to the 5th string.

    Ergonomics impeccable, but the beast weighs ...

    SOUNDS

    I …
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    5 string, a double and a single microphone closer to the handle. Volume adjustment, micro adjustment intensity (middle two microphones are used, the splitter to either turn back the knob in one direction or the other).

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very soft against my model by the freight tro long hair and make me cut the microphones when I slipped on the handle ... Severe kidney I do not know if this is the case for all other 55 GB ...

    Fischmann Micros ... Kidney said, immaculate /

    Otherwise it's very big quality ... is not being quite heavy or greasy 70ties more active and microphones to the 5th string.

    Ergonomics impeccable, but the beast weighs ...

    SOUNDS

    I use it in home studio with the Behringer Bass V-amp in a neutral setting.
    I suisb very happy because the sound resembles a lot of jazz bass UAI is, for me, lz bass rolls

    OVERALL OPINION

    I had only one prior low, a label with which I had to make adjustments for a patient's acceptable ...

    The I saw!

    incredible value for money as always with Cort ...
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