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  • raph.bassraph.bass

    Status Graphite The Groove Bass 5Published on 03/21/08 at 18:24
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Hand-Made in England in the late 90's.
    -21 0 + freight cargo, micro trimax (three windings) Status.
    Bridge-Status.
    -Settings: Volume, Treble, Bass, Active / Passive.
    Channel Staus Graphite.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very nice, large enough not to be destabilized by the spacing Descordes (18 mm at the bridge) and an incredibly fine thick (18.5mm at nut). Access to acute is much easier than a Fender.
    It weighs 3 to 4 kg and is very well balanced, a delight when it is on the shoulder.
    The good sound is there no matter what the setting. Very very large output level active (much higher than a Stingray for example), you better have an amp that provides behind or saturates v…
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    Hand-Made in England in the late 90's.
    -21 0 + freight cargo, micro trimax (three windings) Status.
    Bridge-Status.
    -Settings: Volume, Treble, Bass, Active / Passive.
    Channel Staus Graphite.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very nice, large enough not to be destabilized by the spacing Descordes (18 mm at the bridge) and an incredibly fine thick (18.5mm at nut). Access to acute is much easier than a Fender.
    It weighs 3 to 4 kg and is very well balanced, a delight when it is on the shoulder.
    The good sound is there no matter what the setting. Very very large output level active (much higher than a Stingray for example), you better have an amp that provides behind or saturates very quickly. However the sound is exceptional.

    SOUNDS

    The sound of the beast is perfect and goes everywhere, more inclined to fat than to the lens anyway. I played on a combo Ashdown C210T ABM500. It's perfect for my taste at any style of music.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have a few weeks but I had the opportunity to thoroughly test the live and repeat and it is a sacred instrument. What I like most is the sound in the first place and feel that makes it a low easy and fun to play. What I like is a little less than the aesthetics of the head ... I have tried many other models before tournament this. The only one that's worth in terms of sound was a Warmoth but weighed in at 9kg! Paid less than 1000EUR hand, the value for money is good. Good for her money.
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