Breedlove’s Atlas Series consists of a variety of various basses, consisting of the ABJ250/SM4, which is made with Breedlove’s big body (seventeen inch reduced spell, together with 5 inch body deepness at the tail block as well as a 4 inch body deepness at the heel) with a soft exploded view. The top is strong sitka spruce, whereas the sides/back are constructed of mahogany. The mix of sitka spruce and also mahogany cause a deep, smooth, audio.
In addition, this acoustic bass guitar creates respectable quantity as an outcome of the big body (as well as the JLD bridge truss system – among minority acoustic bass guitars with one mounted at the manufacturing facility). Among the largest grievances concerning acoustic bass guitars is that they do not have the quantity required to play without an amplifier. The ABJ250/SM isn’t loud whatsoever, yet the quantity suffices to play unplugged in addition to possibly 2 or 3 various other guitars/mandolins/banjos, however with even more than that the bass would certainly be subdued.
What I actually like concerning this acoustic bass guitar is it’s clear note splitting up. I also made use of a plectrum and also did a little bluegrass flatpicking as well as, although you may anticipate a garbled wall surface of bass, the notes came with easily.
Attributes of the ABJ250/SM4 [http://www.macnichol.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=MGAM&Product_Code=ABJ250_SM4&Category_Code=Jumbo] consist of a hardshell situation, rosewood fingerboard as well as bridge, pearl setting pens, satin coating, Tusq nut as well as saddle, JLD bridge truss, Fishman Classic IV Pickup with bass-optimized E.Q., chrome Grover tuners, satin coating, and also an abalone rosette with black boundary.