Ns Design Wav4 Bass
Ns Design Wav4 Bass

Wav4 Bass, Electric Cello & Double Bass from Ns Design.

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Average Score:4.0( 4/5 based on 2 reviews )
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Value For Money : Excellent
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miatoto's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" very good instrument"

Ns Design Wav4 Bass
I've had it about a year. I took a year of courses in acoustics and I do not regret the move to electric. This bass has a good value for money and a small footprint. It is easily transported and sound is much simpler than acoustics. Play bow is a bit more difficult but it is not the most common practice that I did not pbl
I do not regret my purchase.

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

Ns Design Wav4 Bass
Aesthetically, we are in an EUB entry / mid-range. The finish is no more correct (OK for the body but on mine, the back of the head is not over!?). The sunburst is still pretty key too. The tripod branlicote a little but is sufficiently stable.

Unplugged, it does not shake the walls but it sounds more than low (+ along the pitch must be for something). It is much easier to play than my old bass, the neck is more comfortable, less thick, the strings are more close to the button, and home with a draft rather low. The game is much less tiring than a "real", the bass hardcore gather there may not be their bearings, but all this makes it very accessible to someone from the electric bass.

Well, Connecting: Volume + key, and a switch to switch his "percussive" to a softer sound, apparently to help move the game to bow to pizzicato (must still master the bow). Let's say it's halfway between CB and fretless bass, but completely unlike either the one or the other. It has not the body, the volume (sound) of a real BC (precisely, that's why we bought it), but I do not confuse it with a fretless. I like his "percussive" by reducing the attack with the tone control. No preamp, but it may be interesting to connect a with qq additional corrections must be able to find one's flattering [edit preamp: I tried with my SansAmp bassdriver is not great, it brings one side "low active" does not fit with the NS. It must take an acoustic type thing].

Initial results: very positive, for a great price in absolute terms. It's been a EUB fingers tickled me, and the output of this model has allowed me to crack without too many scruples. I know of no competition, so I can not compare it to his colleagues, but would stay again because it really is an instrument with which I am happy.