Who's Got a CABRONITA?

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Lowbrow, Sep 18, 2013.


  1. Lowbrow

    Lowbrow Supporting Member

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    I would really really dig it if I can get a real idea what this bass sounds like; the FMI demos on YouTube are so processed that they are hard to judge.
    Would love it if an owner could plug it straight into a DAW interface and post a sound clip; a bit of fingers, a bit of pick!
    Thanks in advance to anyone taking the trouble.
  2. Mojo-Man

    Mojo-Man Supporting Member

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    :cool:

    I'm with you.
    Gassing hard for a Cabronita myself.
  3. Lowbrow

    Lowbrow Supporting Member

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    Bump - someone here has got to be able to give us some aural insight.
  4. PluckyThump

    PluckyThump Supporting Member

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    I don't own one but I did take one for a spin at a local music store. Was playing it through a Markbass LM Tube/Markbass 2x10, tube off, everything flat. My impression - it's an old-school fuzzy/muddy sort of axe, good for country & roots. If you want clarity and articulation, forget it. It's the kind of bass that doesn't need a tone control, just dime it and leave it, there isn't enough brightness there to worry about. Not a whole lot of bottom either, though that might be the cab. This particular one was nice and light but slightly neck-heavy. The neck is very round and thick, not like a modern P at all. It was not setup well from the factory, too much relief and the intonation was off.
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