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Collector?? - Reviews Aria Pro II VPB-45

Low passive
Config 'typical PB + JB
2 volumes + 1 tone


The neck is very thin and super comfortable. The highlight of this bass.


Precision effective position with a well rounded and closed his tone.

It lacks safe for slap.

The config 'allows him to be versatile enough but it certainly is not part of the prides of the brand (which has a long history behind it). For proof, Aria can not find this reference in its own archives (see "overall opinion").


My model is right-handed. I did not find any technical information concerning and Aria seems to have flaws in its catalog as the closest model they referenced is the VPB-40 ...
Year of production: Early-1990s
Body: Alder
Neck: Maple, bolt-on, 14 ° pitched head
Finger board: Rosewood, 350R
Frets: 22F
Pickups: OP-1 Double Coil x1, OJ-1 Single Coil x1
Controls: Volume x2, Tone x1

Then point me to their catalog of 1992.

In itself, this is not a super low. The config 'microphones can vary the sounds effectively but quickly reaches its limits at the punch. The handle, however, is a real treat because it is thin and warm.

This is my first bass and I still use low extra for different tunings. With a compressor and / or a good preamp 'buttocks, she still sends big sound for a more rock register