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Peavey Cirrus 5 BXP
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Peavey Cirrus 5 BXP

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

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metrass metrass
Publié le 11/02/06 à 08:47
Value For Money : Excellent
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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