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  • bertozzutibertozzuti

    This is Snake ...

    Elypse Guitars LynaPublished on 07/25/12 at 05:51
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
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    UTILIZATION

    Ordered from the vendor ... delivered quickly ...
    Tour:
    points of oxidation on the steel key ...
    finish shabby ...
    but hey at this price ...

    first tensioning ropes for tuning ...
    the piece of wood under the bridge splits along its entire length ...

    SOUNDS

    Failed to try it in light of previous disappointments.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I kept two hours ... before returning to the seller ...

    very bad choices that I do not certainly do it again ... since I found an unbranded 80 euros in a fair barns which satisfies me for use in training acoustic ... the Korean unspecified finish unmatched by the model discussed here ... yet…
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    See vendor website

    UTILIZATION

    Ordered from the vendor ... delivered quickly ...
    Tour:
    points of oxidation on the steel key ...
    finish shabby ...
    but hey at this price ...

    first tensioning ropes for tuning ...
    the piece of wood under the bridge splits along its entire length ...

    SOUNDS

    Failed to try it in light of previous disappointments.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I kept two hours ... before returning to the seller ...

    very bad choices that I do not certainly do it again ... since I found an unbranded 80 euros in a fair barns which satisfies me for use in training acoustic ... the Korean unspecified finish unmatched by the model discussed here ... yet considering the price ...

    Good point, however: the order and refund the cost of return without any difficulty on the part of the brand.
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  • marctwainmarctwain

    Pleasant surprise

    Elypse Guitars LynaPublished on 09/01/11 at 06:31
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    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Manufacturing Asia (China? Indonesia?)
    Made hand as indicated on the label in the soundhole.
    Handle of a conventional low, that does not confuse the regulars of the folk guitar, but may discourage electric guitar only.

    A preamp acronym Q-PH (Presence / TREB / MID / BASS / BOOST)
    + Phase and of course volume control. + LED low battery
    We would have liked a small onboard tuner but for the price is not too much to ask-

    All beautifully made and finished properly on mine. I have chosen from four available in this store Milonga after testing to determine which one was doing the best. There asset that is needed on such a low-except that the tuner is really needed is not a luxury and …
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    Manufacturing Asia (China? Indonesia?)
    Made hand as indicated on the label in the soundhole.
    Handle of a conventional low, that does not confuse the regulars of the folk guitar, but may discourage electric guitar only.

    A preamp acronym Q-PH (Presence / TREB / MID / BASS / BOOST)
    + Phase and of course volume control. + LED low battery
    We would have liked a small onboard tuner but for the price is not too much to ask-

    All beautifully made and finished properly on mine. I have chosen from four available in this store Milonga after testing to determine which one was doing the best. There asset that is needed on such a low-except that the tuner is really needed is not a luxury and it should not cost more miles to integrate into a preamp, even supposedly low-end-

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is conventional, easy to play and that's where the surprise begins. Usually very cautious about the instruments ELYPSE, I amused myself with no ulterior motives with this low-heartedly during a visit to the store. The slap. This sound against low that I was looking for a more acoustic bass to force me to lower the butter made too dry, too "hard", too stiff to the touch even unplayable.

    There, the first contact, and it plays itself! Proceedings of cons with this bass and sensations that go. The string that vibrates and "frieze" musically as typically low on a real cons.

    The bass is light, yet high bill I suppose no harm made of wood veneer (no mass), yet it sounds! excellent performance with a strap or sitting. Well balanced, I do not even have to change the original strings absolutely perfect for this bass sound I was looking for against for ages.

    SOUNDS

    Sound. Well perfect! to repeat that that is where the big surprise came in addition to the playability of the neck. It was a violin coherent, well over. Note that played open, it's happiness. Connected it is still not disappointed by keeping against the side of boomy bass without it draws too much on a folk guitar sound, I cut the TREB / MID to zero, and I do not care settings such as LOW and the presence in addition to the volume on which to play and more to influence the sound. (As against ever I am using the PHASE, not so good as made, it makes the sound more prominent and hard, I prefer the more dynamic soft and supple when not engaged). I took it to his record of won against low, but playing more modern or trendy by giving a little more treble and mid attack it without a lot of other records more "contemporary" I will not detail here because not my usual style of play. This bass is not just limited to pure acoustic playing, it must be taken into account.

    The preamp is very basic but super usable and accurate for this level of quality. Pleasant surprise also in electronics. The piezo does his job and an amp, well again, as good as it sounds you would expect of a good higher-end instrument.

    OVERALL OPINION

    In short, the guitars Milonga (Elypse) I did not trust like the plague. Well aware of Stagg, Elypse, Harley Benton and other older Jim Harley, bad plan with such instruments is that resale is the dirty plan. Nobody wants it. And to be honest my first knowing they will not make us swallow anything and everything. Many of these instruments are the best instruments to study drinking beginning. Although I always thought it started on an instrument "correct" and more upscale than the Stagg consors and immediately gave better feel and enjoyment of the game

    But here, COMPLETE SURPRISE. This bass has taken me from behind. I tasted good before pay 199 euros (as far as needed to sell it one day). We buy this guitar for the user to the horn and its musical qualities, above all when you fall on the right. Not for resale. This is the deal. I'm not disappointed with my purchase and each time I take it for happiness. A super good plan this low LYNA. Seen what it's worth for resale, am not ready to part with it but above all for its musical qualities. May be no worse ... a powerful tool that has not of value on which to speculate.

    If you are looking for a nice little acoustic bass, try without a stop at a single ... try several, there are not so good. Mine is just great and will round out with time. I always come back not to have been slammed in a Elypse 199. But I do not regret it. Low and really engaging music. It remains to find him a case. GEWA makes them well suited to cool 35eu for info. Necessary to store at least once to own row.

    A SUPER GOOD!


    Most: Lutherie correct and well finished on mine. Beautiful inlay work on the key of the handle. Bridge, rosewood affects not ugly at all. Good mechanical holding the agreement. It's so typical of low against the format guitar, that's the top. The big question is how the wood will change over time. I saw another expo which had at least two years of crushing by the Customer. The woods had not moved even more enhanced and made even "round" with a wood has taken the air. Mine is still going to improve I have no doubt, the table being a little white. It's all good perspective.

    Undeniably brilliant musicianship and made if indeed you choose the right one. Electronics OK. Original string ok (it counts in a budget).


    LE -: it is a Elypse / Milonga ... to sell it's worthless, and that's good I did not intend to separate myself from my own soon.
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