Warwick EMP Coated

Warwick EMP Coated

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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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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 ...)

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!

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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