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  • peramperam

    Rockbass Corvette Classic 5Published on 12/23/05 at 02:03
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It is made in China
    It has 24 frets
    2micro active-jazz (also equipping warwick) (however, you can not pass them in passive mode)
    Easel warwick
    -4potards: a micro volume, and uncontrolable Tone of severe acute another Tone
    -Alder body with maple veneer
    -Maple neck
    Nothing to say the sr Luthra impequable

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is EXTREMELY nice, the ergonomics allows a slap of thunder. each access is very acute in the body ais kommence box in the 22nd.
    the shape is great, one small hik the head tends to get a pe of May srien important. weight level is quite good and not too heavy nor too light.
    we obtain very easily a good sound, the handling being very intuitive, w…
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    It is made in China
    It has 24 frets
    2micro active-jazz (also equipping warwick) (however, you can not pass them in passive mode)
    Easel warwick
    -4potards: a micro volume, and uncontrolable Tone of severe acute another Tone
    -Alder body with maple veneer
    -Maple neck
    Nothing to say the sr Luthra impequable

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is EXTREMELY nice, the ergonomics allows a slap of thunder. each access is very acute in the body ais kommence box in the 22nd.
    the shape is great, one small hik the head tends to get a pe of May srien important. weight level is quite good and not too heavy nor too light.
    we obtain very easily a good sound, the handling being very intuitive, we did not need to be a pro rglages to find his sound!

    SOUNDS

    This bass is EXTREMELY versatile: I play slap in oting that the MediaTris doight and making music that ranges from funk to death metal, and I find my sound for each style really nikel!

    I use it on the Ibanez 35W amp and a 400W amp hatrke d amp head with Hartke 200W
    We easily obtain a large enough fat lowering its totalemen the Tone knob for treble
    Well be a little funky baissan the Tone knob for the serious and baissan 2em mikro

    jaime all tones of the lower one finds really know how warwick

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used the last 4 days
    what I aprrecie most about this bass without a doubt the KALIT his sound and his look
    - J had tried many of the mdel notament Ltd and one of the ibanez had the sound I cherhais (ink once a very versatile)
    - The report made quality is really exellent (630E Only) we do not find a match bcp mdelpuvant be taken
    - Experience with this budget and I do it again without a doubt the members choice
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  • syphossyphos

    Rockbass Corvette Classic 5Published on 07/02/07 at 10:12
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Asian-Manufacturing
    -24 Frets, Micros Jazz / Jazz assets
    -Alder Body
    Maple-Plating
    Maple-Bolt
    -Rosewood
    Electronique active 2-way
    -Controls 1 x Volume, 1 x balance, 1 x Tone
    -Chrome hardware
    Almond sunburst-finish varnish
    (The varnish is of great quality, it is beautiful ^ ^)

    UTILIZATION

    The handle? Ben is a round flat and very clever made in Warwick should get used to just let go when his jazz bass for this gem, but once you get it, is enough to have fun.
    This handle is designed for access to the latest frets, the body does not interfere.
    Form, in addition to being pretty, is very nice for a game sitting or standing provided they do not take it to the che…
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    Asian-Manufacturing
    -24 Frets, Micros Jazz / Jazz assets
    -Alder Body
    Maple-Plating
    Maple-Bolt
    -Rosewood
    Electronique active 2-way
    -Controls 1 x Volume, 1 x balance, 1 x Tone
    -Chrome hardware
    Almond sunburst-finish varnish
    (The varnish is of great quality, it is beautiful ^ ^)

    UTILIZATION

    The handle? Ben is a round flat and very clever made in Warwick should get used to just let go when his jazz bass for this gem, but once you get it, is enough to have fun.
    This handle is designed for access to the latest frets, the body does not interfere.
    Form, in addition to being pretty, is very nice for a game sitting or standing provided they do not take it to the chest.
    The head is a bit heavy, it is slightly lean bass but hey, it will make very little account.
    Even on a low end amp with a bass player with little experience, you realize the sound quality of this bass.

    SOUNDS

    For my style of music (very open but mainly rock / metal but assimilated jazz, blues and funk) it is PERFECT. Warwick done good for slap (my specialty) and the big rock well, but the versatility arises (Micros Jazz / Jazz assets) we get easily a well rounded sound that can transform at will well as a heavy metal or fat to the funk (but not muddy). With low well mounted, the sound is perfect for super heavy rock has provided you have an amp that makes sense.
    For my part I hate sounds too passive, soft, muddy. but this bass does not know.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use depui a year and I have an extreme satisfaction. One small problem remains: There is no switch active / passive. for good versatility is better but ... with a good preamp to the rule though.
    I tried a lot of 5 string models before I decide (Cort Curbow, yamaha rbx 775, fender mex jazz bass. 5c, ...) but none gave me as much pleasure as the warwick. more it weighs only 3.6Kg this is ideal for the stage.
    Quality / price ratio? it is simply the royal side. to € 700? it would cost € 1000 that I still find affordable quality and not for my budget.
    Over time, more testing on other low budget and another? I think I bought ... Warwick Infinity NT German but this budget is a gift that I highly recommend!
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  • Menestrel de malheurMenestrel de malheur

    Belle bete.

    Rockbass Corvette Classic 5Published on 12/12/10 at 05:59
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
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    UTILIZATION

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    SOUNDS

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    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for two weeks, it is fortunate for this price range, the sound is clear and makes the rope so well.
    The pickups are not bad guy, but I wait to test it on an amp worthy of the name to get an idea.
    I tried every kind of low in the past, and this is my first experience with a real versatile bass.
    Very pleased with this purchase, I love the shape and ergonomics.
    I play mostly death metal, black metal, hardcore, and AC is doing its job, responding well to slap too ... very good!

    Excellent value for money.
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    UTILIZATION

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    SOUNDS

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    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for two weeks, it is fortunate for this price range, the sound is clear and makes the rope so well.
    The pickups are not bad guy, but I wait to test it on an amp worthy of the name to get an idea.
    I tried every kind of low in the past, and this is my first experience with a real versatile bass.
    Very pleased with this purchase, I love the shape and ergonomics.
    I play mostly death metal, black metal, hardcore, and AC is doing its job, responding well to slap too ... very good!

    Excellent value for money.
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