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Cort B4 OPN Active Bass
Hello, I would like recommendations and opinions about the Cort B4 OPN Active Bass
This Cort is good to touch, soft, good grip
and the sound is modern. One of my friends has one
The B4 OPN is a pretty bass, IMO. It has Bartolini electronics, like many Ibanez basses. Gerr, does it sound like an Ibanez bass?
It's similar Sid!
See the review: (This will help you, Hugorj)
* CONSTRUCTION: Bolt-on
* BODY: Swamp Ash, Mahogany
* NECK: Wenge/Rosewood 5pc, Modern “C” Shape
* BINDING: N/A
* FRETBOARD: Rosewood, 15 3/4“ Radius (400mm)
* FRETS: 24/Large (2.7mm)
* SCALE: 34” (864mm)
* INLAY: Abalone Dot
* BRIDGE: EB12(5)
* TUNERS: Hipshot lic.
* PICKUPS: Bartolini MK1-5/F & MK-1-5/R
* ELECTRONICS: Bartolini MK-1 EQ / 1 Volume,1 blend,3-band, EQ on-off S/W
* STRINGS: D'Addario USA
* HARDWARE: Black
I confess that I liked of passive tone, I'm curious to test the fretless version.
Hugorj, you should also look for info on this bass at talkbass.com - both in the bass forum and gear reviews. I don't know what info is there, but usually you can find something. cheers.
Which is best? (4 strings)
– Cort GB 74 WBL
– Cort GB 74 OPN
– Cort C4H
– Cort B4 OPN
Now we put the 74 GB on “play”, and taking into account that the style that you want is the need for versatility, I indicate that it ends up being my suggestion. That's because it has a configuration of pickups, which currently is very low in selected custom, just for the versatility. It is the blend of style Music Man pickups along with a Jazz Bass style. With this you have both the medium pitched sound needed for Slaps and other similar techniques, as well as the heaviest severe for stronger bases, all in one instrument.
Like Gerr, I would be more interested in the GB74 and C4H than the B4 because of the pickups.
Which sound do you prefer?
Hugorj, if you want sound variety, use the GB74. BUT you like of Duran Duran, so the sound of the B4 is similar to JT's peavey.
What do you think Sid?
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