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5+ string acoustic bass from Ibanez belonging to the EW Bass series

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  • jeffkajeffka

    Ibanez EWB205WNEPublished on 02/10/09 at 03:43
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - How long have you use it?
    3 ½ months
  • jeffkajeffka

    Ibanez EWB205WNEPublished on 08/01/12 at 04:14
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    5 string bass electroacoustic for more info see the manufacturer's website.

    UTILIZATION

    It is quite impressive but it's comfortable, it deserves a small stint at a luthier to perfect comfort but emblematic of this is very correct. His default in my last scenario is that the corp stop me screw up the inside of the right forearm but it's certainly in my morphology

    SOUNDS

    Ben I do with folk so yes it is pretty good especially with nets dishes. the sound is a little resembling a double bass.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have 4 years and it's a lot of concerts and bin it still!
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    5 string bass electroacoustic for more info see the manufacturer's website.

    UTILIZATION

    It is quite impressive but it's comfortable, it deserves a small stint at a luthier to perfect comfort but emblematic of this is very correct. His default in my last scenario is that the corp stop me screw up the inside of the right forearm but it's certainly in my morphology

    SOUNDS

    Ben I do with folk so yes it is pretty good especially with nets dishes. the sound is a little resembling a double bass.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have 4 years and it's a lot of concerts and bin it still!
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  • dmlbdmlb

    Ibanez EWB205WNEPublished on 01/02/09 at 07:34
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use it for almost 2 years.

    Look very nice for folk.
    Sonority somewhat Lger excellent acoustics but once branch.
    Very good report quality price for 370 euros is a really good guitar.

    Ergonomics: Not bad, the handle is not too big and the pan shot accsa gives a little more than boxes.

    I t really surprised by this model agrabement not very expensive and very beautiful with a great sound when plugged.

    Note that a tuner is integrated which is very convenient plus it allows tuning Hot Specials. She has very good gift RESULT studio also.

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    I use it for almost 2 years.

    Look very nice for folk.
    Sonority somewhat Lger excellent acoustics but once branch.
    Very good report quality price for 370 euros is a really good guitar.

    Ergonomics: Not bad, the handle is not too big and the pan shot accsa gives a little more than boxes.

    I t really surprised by this model agrabement not very expensive and very beautiful with a great sound when plugged.

    Note that a tuner is integrated which is very convenient plus it allows tuning Hot Specials. She has very good gift RESULT studio also.

    UTILIZATION

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    SOUNDS

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  • tibubu84tibubu84

    Ibanez EWB205WNEPublished on 06/29/10 at 07:41
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    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Top, back & sides Cordia
    Mahogany
    rosewood fingerboard and bridge
    Abalone inlay
    Fishman Sonicore - B-Band preamp with tuner SST
    neck and frets Easel Ivorex II
    Mechanical Chrome Smooth Tuner AS
    Cutaway
    D'Addario EXP

    UTILIZATION

    The violin is very good for a bass this price point. The handle is nice, comfortable with a joint (pitch 34 "). The strings have a distance smaller than a 5-string electric, not really slap-oriented, not too serious to me for an electro-acoustic.

    The template can impress at first sight, but is quickly forgotten when we play. Access to the treble is a bit difficult to the last box, but outside of that, the instrument is enjoyable to play.


    SOUN…
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    Top, back & sides Cordia
    Mahogany
    rosewood fingerboard and bridge
    Abalone inlay
    Fishman Sonicore - B-Band preamp with tuner SST
    neck and frets Easel Ivorex II
    Mechanical Chrome Smooth Tuner AS
    Cutaway
    D'Addario EXP

    UTILIZATION

    The violin is very good for a bass this price point. The handle is nice, comfortable with a joint (pitch 34 "). The strings have a distance smaller than a 5-string electric, not really slap-oriented, not too serious to me for an electro-acoustic.

    The template can impress at first sight, but is quickly forgotten when we play. Access to the treble is a bit difficult to the last box, but outside of that, the instrument is enjoyable to play.


    SOUNDS

    It is the strong point of this bass in my opinion. The pre-amp does its job beautifully, and quickly obtained a sound very persuasive. The cursor shape does wonders to give a lot of presence and power, complete with three-band equalizer, we can find the desired sound.

    Properly adjusted, it has a nice attack and a very nice sound grain.

    In pure sound, the volume is very limited we suspect, it remains sufficient for practice sessions at home but will be insufficient as a duo with a guitarist if he seriously attack the strings.

    OVERALL OPINION

    This is my first bass electro-acoustic, I've had a little over two years. I tried a Takamine Cort and in this price range, but I chose without hesitation to this model. The finish of the bass is neat and exudes seriousness. As for sounds, it has at hand a great variety of sounds through electronics.

    So it's a nice bass to play and rest in my opinion the best in this installment midrange, I do it again this choice without hesitation.
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