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  • crisrouvetcrisrouvet

    Lâg Jacobacci 405 seriesPublished on 07/07/07 at 14:27
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Guitar made in China, but components européens.24 frets, two pickups Benedetti. bridge-tailpiece of good quality, settings faciles.Réglage of microphones including a four knobs to promote micro or micro severe acute point average for the two ensemble.Manche long, thin, with 4 screws and screw plate marked "out of Bédarieux" Brand Name: GAL (B404) No serial number ...

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    This bass is no longer in our catalog (appearance in the black box of the guitarist of 2006)
    My opinion: nice bass, but after proper adjustment of the neck and string height, its very balanced, very good microphones with a very good sustain (Benedetti forces), not too high weight and balance with strap.…
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    Guitar made in China, but components européens.24 frets, two pickups Benedetti. bridge-tailpiece of good quality, settings faciles.Réglage of microphones including a four knobs to promote micro or micro severe acute point average for the two ensemble.Manche long, thin, with 4 screws and screw plate marked "out of Bédarieux" Brand Name: GAL (B404) No serial number ...

    UTILIZATION

    This bass is no longer in our catalog (appearance in the black box of the guitarist of 2006)
    My opinion: nice bass, but after proper adjustment of the neck and string height, its very balanced, very good microphones with a very good sustain (Benedetti forces), not too high weight and balance with strap. The handle is very interesting, it is close to Warwick is much more expensive. The 24 cases are very accessible, but what's the point? Great product for those who want a good instrument, not too expensive and can work in high-risk events (strokes, scratches) while having the performance of more expensive models. The thumb of the right hand can rest either on the bottom of the handle is on each according to his desired micro without tiring;

    SOUNDS

    Making balls so all styles of music, this bass is perfect, beautiful deep bass, sharp slap for slap, as mentioned above, it has micro Benedetti and it shows.
    I use an Acoustic amp BC2 (made in california) with HP 220W 15 "

    OVERALL OPINION

    In recent weeks but I can compare it with my other basses (Fender 5-string RB, and G & L 5cordes Warwick streamer EL89) I recorded with it today.
    For me the ratio Q / price is excellent and am happy with my choice.
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