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Epiphone Jack Casady Signature Bass

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By blue, 02/07/2006
Repetition of the famous bass gibson les paul for 70 years
20 fret neck with micro gibson electar impedance setting 3positions
gibson ebo bass bridge type
body and mahogany set neck
only weak point of mine has a slight defect in the painted finish
This explains Note 8


Channel type precision and more pleasant super easy to play, repre trapze
CHAC is easy to acute
the box is a compact it is a half box
APRS but an adjustment period you will soon feel at ease, the surprise is that despite the size of the box, the bass is very lgre
the sound is just HUGE all, the game at your fingers is a pure delight
slappeur refrain it is not for ca


I play mostly rock and blue seventies training trio, the bass is ideal for this music, the microphone offers many possibilities depending on the settings is not very easy to saturate the sound jack bruce, or get a very natural sound to play with an acoustic guitar
I think what also agree not to jazz makes it a versatile ultra low
I use it with an amp without the bass driver is a killer


I use it for 2 years, I do not find it a default set by details of finishes,
I possde a fender precision and fame baphomet but Jack Casady is my favorite
it really has a low share
looking back I do it again the same choice

Good to good home!

By j.helsey, 28/10/2012
Even if it is a Asian manufacturing, quality is fantastic mahogany neck, maple fingerboard with incredible ease ... It is immediately "at home"
Fund the impressive volume destabilizes a bit at first, but eventually, it is the lack of "body" when played on a solid body.
Small (but really minor) complaint, it is true that it tends to take a nosedive when playing standing, once you have the habit is forgotten.
A single microphone with "Varitone" full foot: you branches, you play and sounds!


Master Jack has thought his "signature" Quick Start and mesmerizing (I play almost on my 4003) Access to acute is incredibly easy
I bought it used on a site which I will not reveal the name because it is really the best place to do business, and I do not regret it!
This bass is like a mistress ... We can not live without!


The sound is as good as you in the branches of an amp that deserves it!
This is a low typical blues - rock - pop, just listen to Jefferson Airplane to be convinced.


This bass suits me more than any I've had so far. I advise all those who are not addicted to slap
It is far superior to some of its counterparts that "weigh" 3 or € 400 more ...
I hoped for a long time now that I, even if we do more!


By jpslebassiste, 01/11/2014
1 single microphone but three well-differentiated positions, great heat, severe impressive roundness and sharpness, it will "slime" no.
Super Channel with trapezoid inlays, bridge of good quality especially compared to the Fender ...


Very good set, although wider than the Jbass; good accuracy, very comfortable playing.
The bass is still new; I have to re adjust the action to reach the optimal level.
The tuning is easy and stable, nothing to say.
The imbalance head-body is a little awkward at first but we made it fast; it just takes a good one wide strap to fix the problem.


I mostly use the microphone position 50 or possibly 250, position 500 is more suitable for quiet acoustic songs and jazzy with the depth of the sound is nice.
I plugged in a Hartke 3500 head (4 * 10 speaker Carvin), via a Big Muff Bass set the minimum and Electro Harmonix The Mole.


At first, the particular features of the current half body (thickness) really bothered me, accustomed as I am 30 years the Jazz Bass. Given the quality of his (fabulous) I'm hooked and I eventually get used to it ... We had to find the correct position of strength.
I use it in preference to the 60 tracks on JB's, the country-rock etc. blues, RnB, for which it really has the sound you need, round and warm. Beautiful definition of each note, comfort impeccable game. The finish is flawless. TEU and look! Perfectly complementary with my JB, with which I alternate depending on the style of song.

j.helsey's review

By j.helsey, 28/10/2012
Even if it's an Asian manufacturing, quality is fantastic: mahogany, maple button incredible ease ... We are immediately "at home"
The crate impressive volume dstabilise a bit at the beginning, but later, we are in need of "body" when playing on a solid body.
Small (but really small) BMOL, it's true that it tends nosedive when playing standing; once you got used, it is forgotten.
A single microphone with "varitone" the intgral foot: you plug, you play and sounds!


The master thought Jack has his "signature" Quick Start and envotante (I hardly play more on my 4003) The access to acute is an ease dconcertante
I bought used on a site I do not dvoilerai the name because it is really the best place for doing business, and I do not regret it !!!
This bass is like a mistress ... We can not live without it!


The sound is more than good to the extent you the branches on an amp which deserves!
It is a low-type blues - rock - pop; just listen to Jefferson Airplane to be convinced.


This bass suits me more than anything I had Until now. I advise all those who are not addicted to slap
It is widely Suprieure some of her sisters who "psent" 3 or 400 more ...
I have hopes to have long; now that I have it, we never left!
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  • Manufacturer:Epiphone
  • Model:Jack Casady Signature Bass
  • Category:4-string bass guitars
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