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  • loloval23loloval23

    Great Ibanez GWB-35

    Crel DB52Published on 06/26/13 at 08:11
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Micro DB52 Crel mounted Ibanez GWB-35.
    The microphone is aluminum finish (it is no longer, a pity because it goes perfectly with the matt black bass).

    Well, first the installation is easy, the holes correspond to the holder (3 holes) & 2 only son welding (hot point and the ground).

    For dimensions I measured the old; among CREL he microphones to measure.

    For her, it is true (relative to its acoustic 'instrument), rather hot and the definition homogeneous.
    It perfectly captures the nuances, big on fretless, especially for the right hand (for right-handers) while walking the handle towards the bridge.
    I took the DB52 model, bridge position, even if the microphone is made in the …
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    Micro DB52 Crel mounted Ibanez GWB-35.
    The microphone is aluminum finish (it is no longer, a pity because it goes perfectly with the matt black bass).

    Well, first the installation is easy, the holes correspond to the holder (3 holes) & 2 only son welding (hot point and the ground).

    For dimensions I measured the old; among CREL he microphones to measure.

    For her, it is true (relative to its acoustic 'instrument), rather hot and the definition homogeneous.
    It perfectly captures the nuances, big on fretless, especially for the right hand (for right-handers) while walking the handle towards the bridge.
    I took the DB52 model, bridge position, even if the microphone is made in the middle of two microphones (comparing to my ibanez sr prestige).

    In short, I do not think there are better, maybe as well but different.
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  • raph.bassraph.bass

    Super Micros!

    Crel DB52Published on 03/02/13 at 01:01
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    My microphones are DB 52 "customs" mounted on my Vigier Passion 5 string.

    - The installation could not be easier, facilitated by the covers that exactly match the original ones and avoid having to make changes.
    I opted for mounting coils in series with a switch that splits the two microphones simultaneously.

    - Regarding the sound, it fits perfectly with what I wanted.
    In comparison with the original Benedetti:
    In double coils, the frequency spectrum is broader, but also more neutral, where Benedetti tended to favor the mediums who became very invasive.
    The sound is found in warmer and more versatile but no less present.
    The volume between the strings is also better balanced.…
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    My microphones are DB 52 "customs" mounted on my Vigier Passion 5 string.

    - The installation could not be easier, facilitated by the covers that exactly match the original ones and avoid having to make changes.
    I opted for mounting coils in series with a switch that splits the two microphones simultaneously.

    - Regarding the sound, it fits perfectly with what I wanted.
    In comparison with the original Benedetti:
    In double coils, the frequency spectrum is broader, but also more neutral, where Benedetti tended to favor the mediums who became very invasive.
    The sound is found in warmer and more versatile but no less present.
    The volume between the strings is also better balanced.
    In single coils, the bass is less fat and more crystalline treble but all other points remain valid.

    - I, with Benedetti, the noise due to the hum (50-60Hz) and hiss (8-10kHz) very active and microphones are very sensitive to radiation.
    All these parasites have disappeared with CREL.
    After some tests, it remains for me a slight hum imperceptible, and single coils, the sensitivity to radiation reappears, but much less than the former.

    In conclusion, excellent mics that I do not regret a moment and have bought some very good advice from CREL for choosing them.
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