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lekness lekness
Publié le 01/26/08 à 04:24
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5 string electric bass freighted made in France in the studio in 2002 Lag
Body-Solid alder
-Maple neck
Extra Jumbo-24frets
Active pickups lag-type jazz bass replaced with Bartolini on mine
-Electronics active / passive lag replaced by Di Marzio active on mine
-2 Volume knobs (one for mic) and a low tone + a "push pull" on a microphone to pass in passive 2
Lag-Mechanical type oil bath, part 2 easel style "warwick"
-Bolt (5 screws)

My current setup is great I only regret that Lag directly invests in micro electronics and high-end and hop you lose a point connement!

UTILIZATION

Channel:
It is very round with a fairly minimal enlargement of the coup is little progressive it is quite wide at the base, unlike the other Yamaha Ibanez therefore closer to a fender style.
So it is varnished and glides well but this is a matter of taste
Access to acute is relatively good (for bass) since reached the freight 20/21eme carefree despite my hands bouncer, Beyond the handle screw blocks a bit and obviously You really forget the 24th of freight so serious: D

Ergonomics:
The beast weighs his poind must say it is far from the current modes, the solid alder has much to do, it&#39;s really low for a truck especially compared to my yamaha rbx 775, which weighs it really nothing but good top of me I made my 85kg
Otherwise the form type jazz bass (in the general line I mean) gives a good overall comfort as well as sitting upright
the balance is almost perfect bass does not sting too much head

Sound:
Then there is the big attack case:
The sound is resolutely disconnected Round as well as the key word is connected to the roundness, the active gives a nice potato Bartolini jazz to which the balance thing.
low vacuum is not very effective even if it vibrates well, solid wood makes little audible acoustic unplugged.
presence in the bass is very important especially in the grave If it sounds really good to know play knobs do not miss the power in the treble.
on the lower strings tend to sound louder than the treble must therefore play between the height of the microphones, cords and lequaliser to boost a little about them.
The bass has a real personality halfway between a warwickthumb and a fender jazz bass.
The sound is very smooth with fingers played in the neck, the pickups do not drool on so serious and does not capture the whole environment, the sound of fingers is clearly made, but care must be taken to the impressive power of the bass while that the mediums are withdrawals, I MPress the sound of my other basses to say notammment my fretless.
The slap is persussif and stumbled into the game not as a K5 or other low-microwave double but close enough to a warwick claquantet fairly precise but not cold, we keep a grave reason, especially in the neck pickup, the game at the easel or the mediator is not really extraordinary, clearly correct, but we lose in performance.
To synthesize it all round, efficiency and power.
Perfectly suited to play a rock or metal (apart from the neo) can handle a slap easy (for a 5 string) more convenient than my yamaha.
weight and the personality of the bass and the handle can put off

SOUNDS

-You should know that I play in a record modern rock, punk, ska, metal, hiphop, reagge ...
I used to my songs or sound needs to be present round is so rock ska reagge the hip hop and some old school metal or I&#39;ll take my RBZ 775 for more aggressive sounds like neo metal has Pleymo / limpbizkit or the progressive / symphonic
and my fretless for certain pieces of reagge or soft rock, other times it is the Lag.
I-branch of a Vamp Pro and 1010 fxb on how I model the firm and I filled and all on a spring full of power and a 4x10 and a 1x15 Genz Benz
so I vary the sounds and pleasures
-However, it has a big personality therefore sounds too crystalline and percussive style of korn / mudvayne forget we will rather be in a record round, serious, while maintaining the present strength of the active pickups but it is not fat away from the style and precision bass music man the register is in the genre rather see warwick bass jazz.
-That &#39;s what I like about this low power, it sounds like a big motorcycle engine (view the thing) we hear the roar serious alegre guess that leaves the power behind there, I love the game the fingers do not bleed and it does not disappoint in the sound as well as treble strings, ca does not frieze, it&#39;s clean clear and precise, slap on a good offense especially in the neck pickup and mechanical respond well
It bothers me is the sound near the bridge which is close to that of a mediator and a lack of potato (but my pulling is 50/135 may be for sth)
and the handle that the hand tired after a while.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 3 years soon and I never make false good as well live in repeats I lugs around everywhere and the only thing I had to do was re-coil pickups, but is apparently common in Bartolini
so it&#39;s a low effective in its register, with a powerful and often a cumbersome
I&#39;m impressed again with
I had a desire lépoque 5cordes I tried a dozen of small ltd cheap warwick in the end I finally had a chance to € 700 because the owner moved (price original 2400 without the changes) so I am fully satisfied that it is a particularly rare model (jen&#39;ve never seen the other) and lag do more bass since.
This choice? of course: D We even wanted to buy it back several times but even for a new noguera I exchange it!
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