Steinberger Guitars Spirit XT-2 Standard Bass HR

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Electric Bass

  • Build: Headless
  • Body: Basswood
  • 3-Piece neck-thru-body: Maple
  • Fretboard: Satinwood
  • 24 Frets
  • Scale: 866 mm
  • Pickups: 2 Steinberger humbuckers
  • 2 Volume controls and 1 master tone control
  • Colour: Hot Rod Red
  • Gig bag included
In catalogo dal Ottobre 2018
Numero di articolo 449985
Unità incluse 1 Pezzo
Colour Red
Body Maple
Neck Maple
Fretboard Satinwood
Frets 24
Scale Longscale
Pickup System HH
Elektronic Passive
Incl. Case No
Incl. Gigbag Yes
Electric Bass Guitar 1
Top Non
Saddle Width 38,1 mm
Pickup Configuration HH
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€ 422
Spedizione gratuita, incl. IVA
Disponibile fra circa una settimana
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Far better than it has any right to be - almost perfect
howardjworf@aol.com 01.10.2023
I bought this as a travel bass, I need to practice when I'm on holiday, and I needed a bass that doesn't take up half of the space in the car. I do not usually rate passive basses, and this is only the second one I have bought in more that 2 decades - I sold the other one because it sounded so dull.
Pros: number one, much smaller overall than a conventional bass, so it immediately fulfils it's role as a travel instrument. The flip down body rest makes it easy to keep on your lap when sitting down. Stays in tune amazingly well. Very glossy and almost blemish free finish - I'll come to that in the cons. The neck is comfortable and the gloss finish slippery enough. The most surprising thing for me was the sound - really full and with a very usable tone control. I usually find that passive basses are a bit dull, especially the low end, and especially if they have humbuckers - I like single coils on a bass. This, however, astonished me. I shall be using this as my spare gigging bass - an outcome I did not anticipate when I bought it.
Cons: balance on a strap is not the best, but it is so relatively light that this is not a huge annoyance. Double ball end - buy a Steinberg adaptor so that you can use a much larger range of strings. Missing one star for features as I remember the Hohner from the 90s that was active - if it was active it would probably be even better. Almost missing one star for quality as there are a few spots of paint overspray on the edge of the fretboard and on a couple of fret ends. They appear to have been varnished over, so can't really be removed. I am nit picking, I didn't notice this until I'd been playing it for a week. Now I have had it for a while on more small thing that might nor suit everyone. If you want a really low action then you might find the action does not go low enough for you. That said, IMO too low an action on a bass is self defeating - it means the strings are not free to vibrate enough and completely ruins the tone.
Conclusion: absolutely recommend this is you need something not too large, and also really as a second pro bass. I actually really like this odd looking thing. The more I play it the more I like its tight almost compressed tones. I may be in love.
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Exactly what I ordered
Jason Schwab 11.03.2021
I bought this bass a few years ago from Thomann and still enjoy using it from time to time. I purchased the bass and had it shipped to Canada in preparation of a 1980's theme party my band was playing. The bass arrived in perfect condition, I just had to do a little setup (tweek the truss rod and adjust pickups and intonation) and it was perfect. Lots of fun and a good little bass to keep around in the studio.
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Fair
Stimulus 16.12.2023
Good Sound & Look
Awkward Body, hard to adjust & see frets
Needs pedal tuner
Surprisingly heavy
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Une bonne basse de voyage, qui donne envie de la jouer même à la maison
Shlafenflarst 28.02.2022
Achetée à la base pour avoir un truc à trimballer n'importe où, elle fait très bien l'affaire. C'est léger, pas encombrant, facile à transporter, même en moto. Et accompagnée d'un Roland Micro Cube, ça prend moins de place dans la cabine du camion que ma basse acoustique.

Mais j'ai très vite apprécié cette basse au delà de l'aspect pratique qui m'avait poussé à l'acheter.

Très bonne résonance, malgré les dimensions réduites du corps. Je pense que c'est du au manche traversant. Les micros ont un son bien sympa [EDIT : et au passage valent le coup d'être splitté si vous savez bricoler l’électronique], et les contrôles façon Jazz Bass permettent pas mal de polyvalence. Je vais pas plus m'étendre là dessus, je trouve pas évident de décrire un son à l'écrit. Y'a sûrement plein de vidéos qui feront ça mieux.

Ce qui m'a surtout plu sur cette basse, c'est le confort du manche. Très proche de celui de ma Yamaha RBX. Vraiment très agréable à jouer. Le corps peut dérouter quand on a l'habitude d'une forme conventionnelle et d'un point d'attache de sangle au bout d'une corne. Si on cherche à tenir la basse dans la même position, la main droite vient naturellement se poser plus près du chevalet, et il faut tendre le bras gauche un peu plus. Mais on s'y fait vite. Et l'avantage en jouant debout, vu l'équilibre parfait, c'est qu'on peut la tenir dans n'importe quelle position, quand on la lâche elle bouge pas. Le chevalet est confortable si on veut jouer au mediator en posant la main dessus, pratique pour le palm mute.

Le truc potentiellement dérangeant, c'est le système de cordes à deux boules. À cause de ça, peu de choix de cordes, et celles disponibles sont chères. Je recommande les Rotosound, qui sont très agréables à jouer et restent raisonnables niveau prix (si je me souviens bien les D'Addario coûtent pratiquement deux fois plus cher). Il existe des adaptateurs pour cordes standard, mais chers et difficiles à trouver [EDIT : je viens de me rendre compte que Thomann vendait des adaptateurs : <a class="article link" href="https://www.thomann.de/it/steinberger_guitars_stadb04_adapter_4string_bk.htm">Steinberger Guitars STADB04 Adapter 4-string BK</a> (il me semble qu'il n'y en avait pas quand je l'ai achetée), donc une raison de moins de ne pas acheter une Steinberger !]. Et tout ça est bien dommage, parce que ce système à deux boules est très bien conçu, c'est le plus facile pour changer les cordes, et l'accordage est bien stable.

Et puis le défaut principal... nom de dieu qu'est-ce qu'elle est moche ! Mais c'est comme une Fiat Multipla, après avoir testé on se rend vite compte que ça vaut le coup de passer outre.
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