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bassman_connection's review - Ibanez RD300

Audience: Beginners
This bass has a classic design!
The microphone works very well and are arranged so that they can play very easily Slap for novices. There are three possible settings, one for volume one for the Treble, and the third used to adjust the microphones to the style you want to play, more rounded in jazz, blues or post-rock, more acute, ideal for rock 'n' roll, ska or the slap (adapting the treble) and finally a more nasal sound which is suitable for metal, punk, to industrial ...

UTILIZATION

The handle is very nice, easy access to treble, the bass is well proportioned and is not heavy. You can get a very good sound, it depends on what one wants to play, but it is not inaccessible for beginners.

SOUNDS

It is ideally suited to the styles that I play are many, it works fine with my old Yamaha 120W. And what is sounds, I'll retype what I have described: There are three possible settings, one for volume one for the Treble, and the third used to adjust the microphones to the style you want to play, rounder for jazz and the blues and post-rock, more acute, ideal for rock 'n' roll, ska or the slap (adapting the treble) and finally a more nasal sound which is suitable for metal , to punk, to industrial ...
I do not like the sound very tinny, but played no tabs this gives a hard sound, without being hardcore.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 6 months, and I sincerely believe that such a price, this bass is far better than any other in the same low price range, it is a nice snook at a low among Cort Action Bass, which I find good overall but limited capabilities.