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  • subbassesubbasse

    Ns Design CR celloPublished on 03/29/07 at 12:23
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - How long have you use it?
    few weeks.

    - What is the particular feature you like best, the least
    the most: the sound is also convincing in the bow pizz, it has a 3 position switch (... after the game: Pizza, bow "modern" bow "classic") is a sensor piezo, but of excellent quality (!) and the pramp (boost / cut ague and low, the gain of each circuit is adjustable sparment, more), the ultimate ultra t was able to drive the foot switch to change the circuit instantanment-)). the instrument is fitted with a headphone jack (minijack) that leaves the line-out function even if a headset is plugged (a also allows the instrument to work without the entourage have Dranger from such a return of …
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    - How long have you use it?
    few weeks.

    - What is the particular feature you like best, the least
    the most: the sound is also convincing in the bow pizz, it has a 3 position switch (... after the game: Pizza, bow "modern" bow "classic") is a sensor piezo, but of excellent quality (!) and the pramp (boost / cut ague and low, the gain of each circuit is adjustable sparment, more), the ultimate ultra t was able to drive the foot switch to change the circuit instantanment-)). the instrument is fitted with a headphone jack (minijack) that leaves the line-out function even if a headset is plugged (a also allows the instrument to work without the entourage have Dranger from such a return of the cello live headset, the sound is good not too strong, otherwise ...). violin making is quality. trs homogne sound of low F to the aige (MODEL 5 strings tuned in fifths). a similar one to the handle classical cello. people come here with no points.

    Cons: the fact that there have only poinon to mark the 4th position, which technically is a representative of an important classical cello. It takes some getting used to the fact that do not have a direct physical relationship with the instrument, but is quickly ...

    There are three ways to hold the instrument: the tripod (supplied in a fixed base standard), a sytme strap (where it is the instrument) and a 3rd to play (sitting) of Manir classic. You should know that the tripod and the system to bring it are the same as those of the bass. And therefore impossible to play with the tripod stand (high stool rigor), or with the strap Systm their maximum heights, the cello is too low (for me, 1.76-m) ... sytme the 3rd, I did not try.

    - Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
    no, except my acoustic cello quip a static cell.

    - How do you report qualitprix?
    Instrument of quality and therefore the price I do not exorbitant parat, has a budget but it is a professional tool ...

    - With the exprience, you do again this choice?
    without hsitation.

    I am a bass player, classically trained (cello) and I go from one to another constantly. I was looking for a solution somewhere between the bass / bass (the register) and cello (for the technique) is an ideal solution.
    dmo video: https://www.dailymotion.com/OlivierSoubeyran
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