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EMP Coated, Bass String from Warwick.


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Warwick EMP Coated tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer:Warwick
  • Model:EMP Coated
  • Category:Bass Strings
  • Added in our database on: 02/06/2013

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Warwick EMP Coated user reviews

Average Score:1.0( 1/5 based on 3 reviews )
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Ogrim03/04/2008

Ogrim's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Warwick EMP Coated
Awful .... I had Elixir Nanoweb up on my Ibanez BTB406 (6 strings), and it was happiness: a sound as I wanted (to each his "vision" of sound), and most importantly, a touch hyper Pleasant perfect glide.

These have a Warwick's Mr ..., it does not slip one bit: I have the impression of playing on strings made of wood that has not been ponc.En addition, their nine apsect reminds old strings would have remained in a drawer bottom wet for 10 years.

Buy on a 45euros Thomann because I could not find my famous Nanoweb home (or elsewhere to zero by the pulling 135-25), so I wanted to try this famous brand ... that is great for the instruments in it same, but frankly zero for the strings.

I think keeping the game ... um .... a repeat, and after I serve as a backup in case (well, Peter's 135, it is easy aller.Plus with 25 ...)
In short, flee these strings!
I put 0 because well .... nothing for me!
Some will love the coast can be rough, I support it (the fact can be also be increased from a Nanoweb EMP ...)
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glopolg02/03/2009

glopolg's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Warwick EMP Coated
Thurs tested EMP 135-45 bought € 42. Leduc pad mounted on a 5 string.

How long have you use it?
I've been 5 months, but it's really because I'm stingy, because one week after they have made I had already fed up ....

What is so special that you love the most,
uh ...
the least?
The strings are very specific to the touch: very rough, real graters! Forget the slides, it hangs too! First disappointment ... Then the sound: very rich in harmonics. I expected given the material, but there is too much. Slap it in deposit of course, but if it's the versatility that is sought go your way. I had to stifle a little at the nut if it is unbearable in play more traditional (eg walking).

How would you rate the quality / price?
Ultimately a disappointment, value for money is catastrophic in my opinion, and if they have a percussive sound, the contact is so painful that I wonder if it's reasonable for a quick game (which often happens in slap ). Anyway me after one hour is unbearable.
With experience, you do again this choice? ...
certainly not, I tested the elixir in the same price range and it is incomparable in more reasonable prices: D'Addario, Rotosound are much more efficient. While Warwick for super low to the strings they must review their stuff!
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crrcrr05/13/2009

crrcrr's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Warwick EMP Coated
I bought these strings because I wanted to test string "coated" without the pitfalls of the price you cane at Elixir and what a disappointment!

Rasping codes that age super fast despite the "coating" and that for an exorbitant price given the performance.

To avoid any emergency
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