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  • chonchlezicoschonchlezicos

    Schack Unique 5Published on 11/02/06 at 08:41
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    German bass violin
    Micros "basstec" and electronic active 18V (9V 2)
    3-band eq semi paramtrique (low / mid / high)
    Maple neck-9 parts / Buding
    Scale 36 "(extra-long scale)
    A volume gain a rglage microphones.

    REALLY beautiful bass anyway!

    UTILIZATION

    Channel enjoyable end trs, trs especially pretty. Body shape allows access to acute trs quickly with a touch trs "uniform" of the beginning the end of the handle.
    It is not too heavy but would tend lgrement sting the nose (if you really want to nitpick)
    Anyway, it's a pleasure to play it. One feels immediately ease, no sound of strings, touch impcable.

    SOUNDS

    It's big sound, the semi rglage paramtrique not …
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    German bass violin
    Micros "basstec" and electronic active 18V (9V 2)
    3-band eq semi paramtrique (low / mid / high)
    Maple neck-9 parts / Buding
    Scale 36 "(extra-long scale)
    A volume gain a rglage microphones.

    REALLY beautiful bass anyway!

    UTILIZATION

    Channel enjoyable end trs, trs especially pretty. Body shape allows access to acute trs quickly with a touch trs "uniform" of the beginning the end of the handle.
    It is not too heavy but would tend lgrement sting the nose (if you really want to nitpick)
    Anyway, it's a pleasure to play it. One feels immediately ease, no sound of strings, touch impcable.

    SOUNDS

    It's big sound, the semi rglage paramtrique not bad, the output gain is standard!
    I play reggae, African music, trip-hop, post rock ... vraimement it well with a dynamic Afro unusual and post rock with the big sound. for precision use my pure reggae USA gnral
    I like more and more sounds with lots of roots mdium bass and hit with a small rglage, we get what we want! Fusion jazz is in trs and effective.

    What I love is crazy and the dynamics of acute rglage a truly versatile (for the slap is gnial)

    I do not play rock but I think it must send the wood with that!

    OVERALL OPINION

    A super good bass pro trs. It all makes a comparable noguera premium.
    I tried one before Noguera Expression, CSA Leduc, P. Bertrand ...
    The bass is a little but I CHRE prfr other bass makers sit prcdemment MODEL knowing that each is totally unique and given the quality of manufacture, the price is justified.
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