Priced at £279, the EVO Redburst has a very eye catching design and is probably one of the most unique looking basses that you’d find in the market. The EVO features a body with a width of 40mm and has a high gloss look with a J styled neck that features 24 frets. The red plate in the middle of the head gives it an overall very funky image that is very pleasing on the eye. The fretboard is made of rosewood and has perloid white inlays between the frets and the whole style is set off with the white binding.
Rest of the specs are pretty standard with 2 volume knobs, 1 tonal knob and a humbucker. This bass offers a wide range of tones and is known to produce a full, aggressive sound.
The EVO is pretty solidly put together and the strap buttons are also firmly set in its place so it makes live playing a lot easier. The EVO sounds just as good as it looks. With the pickup giving a powerful, well rounded and faithful sound in the mid and highs. However, using a good amplifier such as the EBM 410H would give it an even better and overall much satisfying sound that would signify a quintessential bass sound.
All in all, the EVO Redburst is a pretty good bass. With a slick, shiny look and a pretty good sound that would appease to bassists. I believe it is definitely worth the money.
The bass looks sexy and it sounds just as good, definitely worth my money.
I play mostly rock, pop, electro-pop, but should also all other styles. The sound is super clean. I love it.
The drive, I love … I use it all the time, 9-10am for a few grains, more when it necessary.
The look complements the sound perfectly. I have been playing bass for 19 years and I have a collection of 11 basses and I love taking this one to gigs.