Marcus Miller V7 Alder-4 AWH 2nd Gen

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Electric Bass

  • Body: Alder
  • One-piece neck: Maple
  • Fretboard: Ebony
  • Neck profile: C
  • Scale: 34" (long scale)
  • Nut width: 38 mm
  • Fretboard radius: 241 mm
  • Frets: 20 Medium small
  • Nut: Bone
  • Pickups: 2 Marcus Super-J Revolution single coils
  • Electronics: Marcus Heritage-3 with frequency control
  • Controls: Volume/Tone (dual pot) - Pickup Blender - Treble - Middle/Middle Frequency (dual pot) - Bass
  • Active/Passive mini switch
  • Includes 2x 9 V batteries
  • Bridge: Marcus Miller Modern S with 20 mm string spacing
  • Hardware: Chrome
  • Colour: Antique White
  • Includes a chrome pickup cover
  • Made by Sire
available since November 2018
Item number 445910
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Colour White
Soundboard Alder
Neck Maple
Fretboard Ebony
Frets 20
Scale Longscale
Pickup System JJ
Elektronic Aktive, Passive
Incl. Case No
Incl. Gigbag No
498 €
All prices incl. VAT
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The ender for Fender?
Starcross 29.05.2021
Pros:
The reviews aren't wrong. This the essentially the same quality and similar spec of instrument as Fender's Elite/Deluxe top of the range basses. Powerful, varied EQ, lovely construction with the rolled neck, very playable straight out of the box. Mid-sweep controls are especially fun. Considering that it costs much less than a Mexican Fender it does make you realise how much of a premium that headstock logo carries.

Cons:
It is a bit heavier than some, but nothing crippling. I've also realised that the jazz sound is a bit clanky and hollow for me so actually returning this and getting a P7 instead. I'm confident that build quality etc will be the same, just with a warmer P-bassy sound.
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Incredible
Dub77 14.03.2022
I bought this bass on a whim after reading so many positive reviews. In short, this bass is stunning. Terrific value for money. The neck is unbelievable, satin finish, and the frets are beautifully rounded. The variety of sounds in active mode is very broad. And sounds great in passive mode too.

Pros.. an instrument that stands up to bass’ that cost twice or three times as much.
Very vesatile, looks, feels and sounds amazing. Very comfortable to play.

Cons.. the knobs feel plastic and cheap.. but honestly not a deal breaker.
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andrewjazzy 21.11.2021
Sounds quite mid-heavy for a jazz bass, but preamp adjustments can cover that. Build quality is good but not perfect, shown by the bridge pickup housing being almost too small for the pickup itself. After sending the bass to a luthier for setup, the D and G strings will buzz lightly on frets 1 and 2 (not sure if this is a common jazz bass syndrome).
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Great Bass but Gen 1 was better!
Drnpaca 17.11.2022
5 years ago I bought the exact bass 1st gen but the 5 string version, I love that bass so much that I bought this 2nd gen 4 string version exact same color .

However quality wise I think the 1st gen was overall a better option.

Neck wood is better on my 1st gen and that massive bridge compared to this new one is like gimmick. The factory settings on my 1st gen was flawless and I still didn't made any adjustments whatsoever.
The new bass came completely unplayable with upbow neck and the fretwork was very poorly done with sharp edges.

The only better thing on gen 2 is rolled fretboard nothing else.

My new bass will have to go to a proper tech for a good set-up.
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