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Reviews by ProDigit


  1. ProDigit reviewed a Head in the category Heads.

    Bugera Veyron Tube BV1001T

    4/5,
    "TC electronics,Bugera, Hartke and Behringer. What's the fuzz?"
    [ATTACH] So what's all the fuzz about these latest amps? TC electronics, Hartke, Bugera, even Behringer??? They're basically all the same engine, with different covers, save for the older Behringer. The luxury Sedan would be the TC electronics, which ups the ante by offering an advanced digital preamp, with hundreds of settings,and saving presets. The Hartke, not so sure. It's very basic and really sounding well and tuned for working with their newest hydrive cabs, especially on the...
  2. ProDigit reviewed a Bass in the category Bass Guitars.

    Dean Custom Zone

    5/5,
    "Excellent bass, that I won't mind buying 2 or 3 of"
    It appears that Florida based company, Dean, has introduced quite a killer bass on the market these days! From the killer price, to the killer looks, to the killer tone, it's one bad ax bass for sure! Without a doubt, the $200 price tag doesn't do the instrument justice! You'd expect a much higher price for a beautiful looking instrument like this! Not only looks, but the tone also is amazing! Fitting best with sterile clean solid state amps, this bass is the character maker for the boring...
    One member found this helpful.
  3. ProDigit reviewed a Bass in the category Bass Guitars.

    Anygig AGB MBK

    2/5,
    "Finish is excellent, however, sound is poor!"
    Ok, this is a beautiful looking instrument, that can go head on with an EUB. However, Looking at the cons of above, it will never sound good on most bass amps, unless you crank the low end all the way, and reduce the treble. The piezo also lets through too much tapping noises, and string noises. I wished they would make this bass, with at least a magnetic J pickup, either 2 vol pots, or 1 master vol and 1 balance pot, and 1 tone pot. I also wished they could create this bass as shortscale,...
  4. ProDigit reviewed a Head in the category Heads.

    Bugera Veyron BV1001M

    4/5,
    "Great power, good tone, excellent built"
    I'd have to estimate by ear, that the Veyron roughly compares to a 450-500W amp,with 1000w peak. But muted notes, and slaps and pops sound similar to a 600 to 800W RMS amp. The Veyron is an odd beast, in that it doesn't behave like a solid state amp. I think it has extra capacitors installed for small bursts of energy, but the sustained notes are not more than 450W. In fact, it measures about the same with a killawatt meter as the 300W Behringer bass head. At bedroom volumes, it consumes...
    One member found this helpful.
  5. ProDigit reviewed a Bass in the category Bass Guitars.

    Squier Vintage Modified Jazz 70's

    4/5,
    "Nice bass!"
    I have the Jaco fretless version, this is the Marcus Miller, fretted version. They all sound excellent, and a step up on budget basses. My recommendation is to go with a Vintage modified PJ bass. It is a it better in sound quality than this one. This one is okay for slapping. The VM's PJ's are even more versatile than the J's. Great bass for the price though.
  6. ProDigit reviewed a Bass in the category Bass Guitars.

    Squier Vintage Modified Jaguar bass

    4/5,
    "Excellent price for the money!"
    I had a 15 minute opportunity to test this excellent bass, and my findings are quite positive. Though I personally preferred their passive "Squier Vintage modified" basses, their Jaguar line still comes very close to a real Fender sound, with the drawback of them being active basses (thus requiring a 9V battery to operate). The pickup sound quality can be categorized between the Squier Affinity basses, and the Vintage modified basses. Squier has kept this bass sounding with that Fender-like...
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