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  • bassmanredhotbassmanredhot

    A good product!

    Ibanez SDGR500Published on 05/05/14 at 10:58
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This is my first bass and I'm not disappointed!!


    Bartolini MK1 pickups are also very versatile although more attached to a round and active preamp bass is very responsive at low settings, mid, treble
    volume change pickups and a passive active switch

    The violin remains correct

    handle under the mahogany brings a little warmth to the sound

    It is light and thin so lovely on stage

    UTILIZATION

    I use it in all styles and it is happening everywhere lacks a bit of punch slap but by adjusting microphones handle well with a little more than the fact that medium


    The handle is very comfortable, I never had a problem with the strings frizes or twisted handle


    It is light …
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    This is my first bass and I'm not disappointed!!


    Bartolini MK1 pickups are also very versatile although more attached to a round and active preamp bass is very responsive at low settings, mid, treble
    volume change pickups and a passive active switch

    The violin remains correct

    handle under the mahogany brings a little warmth to the sound

    It is light and thin so lovely on stage

    UTILIZATION

    I use it in all styles and it is happening everywhere lacks a bit of punch slap but by adjusting microphones handle well with a little more than the fact that medium


    The handle is very comfortable, I never had a problem with the strings frizes or twisted handle


    It is light and thin so lovely on stage

    and access to acute is easy

    SOUNDS

    a fairly well defined and round sound lacks a little prescence in serious and deep, but it also depends on your amp personnaly I played on a head Hartke LH 500 Hartke 4x10 with Xl and a Hartke A100 combo was very correct

    in acute amazing it would surprise you

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 3 years Viellie well

    I have tried a lot of time between models that do me regret nothing

    it is an excelent value for money!

    the handle is the real plus! (Matter of taste too)
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