Thomann 33AS 3/4 Europe Double Bass

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Contrebasse 3/4 massive

  • Fabriquée en Europe
  • Table en épicéa massif
  • Fond plat en érable massif
  • Touche ronde en ébène
  • Mécaniques tyroliennes
  • Pique réglable en hauteur
  • Diapason: env. 1050 mm
  • Finition: Vernis légèrement antique mat

Cher client

Les réglages fins de cet instrument sont effectués en Allemagne dans les ateliers de lutherie Thomann.

De ce fait, un délai de préparation supplémentaire est nécessaire.

Veuillez svp préciser votre style de jeu (classique, jazz, rockabilly) en case commentaires lors de votre commande.

Pour de plus amples informations, veuillez svp contacter notre service commercial à l'adresse suivante: france@thomann.de

Merci de votre compréhension.

Référencé depuis Octobre 2017
Numéro d'article 414909
Conditionnement (UVC) 1 Pièce(s)
Taille 3/4
Table Epicéa
Dos Erable massif plat
Touche Ebène
Mécaniques Style tyrolien
Housse incluse Non
Archet inclus Non
Chevalet réglable en hauteur Non
1.550 €
TVA incl. ; Supplément de 9,90 € pour l´envoi
Disponible en 1-2 semaines
Disponible en 1-2 semaines

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Un bon instrument
Zatopek 19.07.2019
Un bon instrument , qui nécessite un bon jeu de cordes et un passage chez luthier.Je trouve le son très sombre (peut être les cordes) mais c typiquement ce que je cherchais.Petit bémol sur la projection qui n est pas incroyable. J en avais acheté une sur ce site, mais de moins bonne qualité que j ai conservé 15 ans .je viens de la donner car elle est encore en parfait état de marche .je n'avais rien à lui reprocher à part le fait qu elle ne soit pas massive.
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Thomann 33AS 3/4 double bass
quinnie2018 05.03.2022
I bought this bass to replace a Gewa double bass that I had on loan. I have played bass for 6 years and am probably an intermediate student level. I usually play classical with some occasional upright bass (via pickups) for concert band.

It arrived in the week I had requested, and comes without the bridge fitted. It is not particularly difficult to place the bridge (once the strings were loosened) because there is a mark on the body, plus a link to a video to demonstrate how to do it.

I fitted the bridge and tightened the strings round-robin fashion. The G string kept slipping off the bridge so I have to use a slim file to make the groove on the bridge a tiny bit deepe, just for that string.

The sound is pretty good - for the price (£1250). It is quite resonant and has a fairly pleasant tone. The G string can be a bit metallic/ringy, but that could just the supplied strings. My bass teacher gave it a workout and said it is pretty solid.

I have found some notes on the low end (F, F#, B, C) can exhibit a bit of buzz/rattle when bowed hard (ff to fff). In the next year I will probably put the bass in for a professional set up and adjustment (new bridge, strings and height setup).

I plan to use it for the next 8 years. Perhaps when I retire from work I can buy a pro level bass (probably £3K and upwards). According to the Thomann site it is their best selling double bass, and for the price I paid I am happy with my purchase.
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Better than expected.
AlexeyV 27.02.2019
I am rather a beginner, with just a few years of double bass experience. I own plywood Strunal 50/4 double bass, which I wanted to leave at rehearsal space, so I was looking for something a bit better to use at home and during my lessons. This one surpassed the expectations with a solid build and excellent sound. Pizzicato it gives much more full sound than Strunal, and it really shines when played arco.

The bass was immediately playable as received and did not require any setup (of course, the bridge was taken off and had to be put in the place, which was clearly marked).
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Decent bass for the price
JanTheBassist 11.04.2020
After a few weeks with the instrument I am able write a honest review.
The bass overall is and I'm happy with the purchase, although if you consider it, you should be aware of some issues. Here my detailed opinion on various aspects:

1.SOUND - it's GOOD! Loud, full, sustain is good - absolutely nothing to complain! (even with basic stock strings).

2. Craftsmanship/quality - overall it's nicely build, although there are some issues:
- wood selection: there are knots in wood, even on top. should not really happen to bass from a reputable manufacturer.
- fingerboard stain: the fingerboard is stained with some crappy black paint and it dyes fingers black (it's not wearing off even after a few weeks). I'd rather have fingerboard looking less black, than to have dirty fingers all the time.
- tuners, bridge, leg, tailpiece are fine, nothing to complain about.

3. Looks: overall looks nice, pictures are pretty accurate (maybe looks a bit darker on pictures). what is not nice - visible KNOTS mentioned before.

Bear in mind it's almost the cheapest carved bass one can get, so it would be foolish to expect 100% perfect instrument. What matters it that it plays well - and I like it!
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