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  • danboddanbod

    very good low

    Tune Guitar Technology TBJ51Published on 12/01/12 at 13:50
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Tune is my Korean is the same as the photo AF, there are Japanese Tunes, country of origin of the brand Tune.
    Maple neck, rosewood fingerboard.
    JB microphone, microphone brand PB Tune
    acastillage is all brand Tune.
    24 jumbo frets (larges.. Comfortable)
    a volume, balance, a knob and a serious acute, active electronics Tune

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very nice (very fast?).
    the bass is light
    it is a very easy to play bass, well balanced, we play sitting or standing.
    the electronic is effective.

    SOUNDS

    This is typically a low active: the "modern" with deep bass and treble that may even be too aggressive.
    if you search for his jazz bass, the bass is not fo…
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    Tune is my Korean is the same as the photo AF, there are Japanese Tunes, country of origin of the brand Tune.
    Maple neck, rosewood fingerboard.
    JB microphone, microphone brand PB Tune
    acastillage is all brand Tune.
    24 jumbo frets (larges.. Comfortable)
    a volume, balance, a knob and a serious acute, active electronics Tune

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very nice (very fast?).
    the bass is light
    it is a very easy to play bass, well balanced, we play sitting or standing.
    the electronic is effective.

    SOUNDS

    This is typically a low active: the "modern" with deep bass and treble that may even be too aggressive.
    if you search for his jazz bass, the bass is not for you.
    A good low slapeur what!

    OVERALL OPINION

    It was my 2nd Tune, I for 4 years, I have a Tune Bass Maniac 4 strings since 1987 ... and I have one 4 string Tune TWB for 1 or 2 years.
    I love this brand: low light with a handle cofortable
    Not too dear ... but good must love their look ...
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