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Peavey Cirrus 5 BXP

5+ string bass guitar from Peavey belonging to the Cirrus series.

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Peavey Cirrus 5 BXPPublished on 11/02/06 at 08:47
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There are 24 frets
soapbar pickups peavey
floyd bridge
Adjusting the volume of the Tone of the attack on the presence of the microphones 1 and 2 (2 separate button)
Low active.
Mahogany.

UTILIZATION

Channel sweet and enjoyable. white handle and the rear has maron
low enough lightweight beautiful shape and many colors to choose (2: brown flame as the example, and brown and orange sunburst transparant dark brown on the back).
the sound is fat and honeyed: beautiful.
it's a studio!

SOUNDS

The bass should trs well mtal or heavy. may also be suitable for hard rock or rock unfair.
I played with a crate 15w 100w a drive or a rolland 300 md: 100w
can be achieved by......
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There are 24 frets
soapbar pickups peavey
floyd bridge
Adjusting the volume of the Tone of the attack on the presence of the microphones 1 and 2 (2 separate button)
Low active.
Mahogany.

UTILIZATION

Channel sweet and enjoyable. white handle and the rear has maron
low enough lightweight beautiful shape and many colors to choose (2: brown flame as the example, and brown and orange sunburst transparant dark brown on the back).
the sound is fat and honeyed: beautiful.
it's a studio!

SOUNDS

The bass should trs well mtal or heavy. may also be suitable for hard rock or rock unfair.
I played with a crate 15w 100w a drive or a rolland 300 md: 100w
can be achieved by lowering the fat to a minimum the attack, for example ...
I love that sound heavy and greasy, very heavy ...

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 2 days
I love his heavy, trash ... trs form is design ...
I tried an ibanez and washburn (all assives 2) before aquérir.
trs good report quality price.
I experience with the remake that choice.
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Peavey Cirrus 5 BXPPublished on 11/21/06 at 13:16
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
So here:

Features:
-5 Strings, dark wood table, natural
-Pitch of 35 \ "
Run-through design
Two-microphone active Peavey VLF
Active three-band equalizer, with boost / cut + / - 10 dB
-Black hardware
Easel-independent string bridges traversing
Pau ferro-Touch
Hand-oiled neck
Rod-setting run double.

Level of quality and price, approximately € 550, not bad at all.
The violin is very well done, the finish is very good.
The quality is good pickups, electronics is no better. I think at this level, it is better to put his money into the microphones in a preamp that will "boost" a sound way.

For knobs:

Classic:

- With a bass with boost / cut + / - 10 dB.
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So here:

Features:
-5 Strings, dark wood table, natural
-Pitch of 35 \ "
Run-through design
Two-microphone active Peavey VLF
Active three-band equalizer, with boost / cut + / - 10 dB
-Black hardware
Easel-independent string bridges traversing
Pau ferro-Touch
Hand-oiled neck
Rod-setting run double.

Level of quality and price, approximately € 550, not bad at all.
The violin is very well done, the finish is very good.
The quality is good pickups, electronics is no better. I think at this level, it is better to put his money into the microphones in a preamp that will "boost" a sound way.

For knobs:

Classic:

- With a bass with boost / cut + / - 10 dB.
- With a medium with boost / cut + / - 10 dB.
- Acute with a boost / cut + / - 10 dB.
- Volume 1
- A balance between the pickups.

UTILIZATION

The handle is nice, but long, long compared to a fender jazz bass.
I find it a bit too thick.
Access to acute is very simple, it has open access to the 24th box.
Ergonomics standard, the big problem is that the bass does not fall on your stomach. It must be shifted to the left to be in a comfortable position to place his little belly in the space provided. It is rather problematic in practice.
Sound level, nothing complicated. We know very quickly that we should not push the gain too "low". If it grows in depth, it gives a distorted sound snoring.

I put 6 for not very good ergonomics.

SOUNDS

I play Rock and I went out with. Blues fans will be conquered.
I play on an Ashdown ABM 300 EVO with a 4 * 10 and 1 * 15 of the same brand. I use a Small Stone, Ashdown bass drive more and equalizer boss geb-7.
With all it works well. ;-)

I get better sound through the electronics level 0 (neutral)

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 6 months. In the end, I like the violin is very good, a perfect look for the price. The sound is good! I recall that in this price range, it is not expected to have a sound American to 2000 € ...
I try a few models and I'm tempted by a very good value for money.
With experience, I would do the same but I would buy the same model but passive.
The handle is nice compared to the tree trunks of some competitors. Ergonomics is a bad thing.
Finally, the mail is not necessary for me, I play on a high end amplifier and powerful. On a small amp 100w or less, the gain of the bass may be significant.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Peavey
  • Model: Cirrus 5 BXP
  • Series: Cirrus
  • Category: 5+ string bass guitars
  • Added in our database on: 03/01/2006

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Other names: cirrus5bxp, cirrus5 bxp, cirrus 5bxp

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