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  • Vantage 955BAPublished on 05/19/08 at 02:51
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I possde the same in 4 strings
    I guess it has t made in Korea.
    This is a sub-brand has disappeared from Samick.
    Micros J / P
    Active Electronics.
    24 frets
    Channel type JB

    UTILIZATION

    The neck through is steep trs.
    I have a little trouble the balance for a frieze does not, and that the action is low.
    The pickups are not increased by springs, but by a foam which tends to harden.
    No problem with Access in treble.
    No problem ergonomics.
    It is a low Active only.

    SOUNDS

    This home has low plutt a good violin, but for electronic on board. No shielding srieux (a bit of a bomb in the cavity mtallique electronic)

    No attachment to the battery. It is a small cavity......
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    I possde the same in 4 strings
    I guess it has t made in Korea.
    This is a sub-brand has disappeared from Samick.
    Micros J / P
    Active Electronics.
    24 frets
    Channel type JB

    UTILIZATION

    The neck through is steep trs.
    I have a little trouble the balance for a frieze does not, and that the action is low.
    The pickups are not increased by springs, but by a foam which tends to harden.
    No problem with Access in treble.
    No problem ergonomics.
    It is a low Active only.

    SOUNDS

    This home has low plutt a good violin, but for electronic on board. No shielding srieux (a bit of a bomb in the cavity mtallique electronic)

    No attachment to the battery. It is a small cavity dvisser to change it. (Not very practical in case of failure in the very heat of the moment. No switch active / passive home.

    I have all the virtual electronic active for rewiring in liabilities.
    It sounds much more with much less roots of breath.
    The microphone has a good precision naked Growl big deal.
    The micro Jazz bass and a little too sharp I got weakling.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had one over several decades. This is my only bass and Premire.
    I like the violin, I like less fittings and not the electronics. The nut (plastic?) Is cracked, I must think of replacing it. I have since tried low more upscale, which it must be said, easier to play.
    With the exprience I would take a 5 string, and probably in another brand.
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