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  • KastaïrKastaïr

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    Sandberg (Bass) Bullet 5Published on 12/25/12 at 14:07
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in Germany
    Sandberg easel
    D handle, 25 frets including a fret 0
    2 humbucking Sandberg
    Controls: 1 volume push / pull active / passive balance équalo 3 band splitter switch for the pickups configuration JB
    Sandberg preamp or delano?

    UTILIZATION

    Channel pleasant, not too flat
    Light weight, lower to JB
    Properly balanced
    Access to acute right
    The configuration can easily get the desired sound

    SOUNDS

    Suitable for all musical styles, from classic to modern but modern active
    I play Markbass MicroMark home and Jeff Berlin combo markbass rehearsal.
    If the bass is fantastic, no difference in volume between the strings
    Small problem: the two microphon…
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    Made in Germany
    Sandberg easel
    D handle, 25 frets including a fret 0
    2 humbucking Sandberg
    Controls: 1 volume push / pull active / passive balance équalo 3 band splitter switch for the pickups configuration JB
    Sandberg preamp or delano?

    UTILIZATION

    Channel pleasant, not too flat
    Light weight, lower to JB
    Properly balanced
    Access to acute right
    The configuration can easily get the desired sound

    SOUNDS

    Suitable for all musical styles, from classic to modern but modern active
    I play Markbass MicroMark home and Jeff Berlin combo markbass rehearsal.
    If the bass is fantastic, no difference in volume between the strings
    Small problem: the two microphones could be a little more distant from each other and the neck pickup closer to the neck

    OVERALL OPINION

    I recently but compared to my Cort Arona5 is a precision killing
    The violin is exceptional, at least equivalent to a U.S. Fender
    I like the idea of ​​achieving demand and custom configuration
    Price / quality ratio very satisfactory
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