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Yamaha SVC-50

Electric Cello & Double Bass from Yamaha belonging to the SVC series

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sinse68sinse68

Yamaha SVC-50Published on 06/07/06 at 06:06
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I use the cello for the past one year, the handling is very fast and reminds one of a viloncelle acoustics.
This grip is both a quality just as it is one of those pincipal defects. An electric cello for me for a different use than the classic. A sleeve-type Ns Design Demanche longer permit the most important.
But the real problem is not its ergonomics, it comes from the seagulls and the rising tide ... Indeed, I have a very good amp and I had the opportunity to play different sound system and it appears that the cello is heard a noise, that of the sea .. An electric cello that can not play loud?? why bother?? I therefore recommend to all lovers of cello, it is almost impossible to...…
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I use the cello for the past one year, the handling is very fast and reminds one of a viloncelle acoustics.
This grip is both a quality just as it is one of those pincipal defects. An electric cello for me for a different use than the classic. A sleeve-type Ns Design Demanche longer permit the most important.
But the real problem is not its ergonomics, it comes from the seagulls and the rising tide ... Indeed, I have a very good amp and I had the opportunity to play different sound system and it appears that the cello is heard a noise, that of the sea .. An electric cello that can not play loud?? why bother?? I therefore recommend to all lovers of cello, it is almost impossible to play hard, great nan?
May be the salvation will come from the addition of a noise reducer which will reduce (anhilerai?, Nuke?) Those horrible background noise ...
The only strong point is its price relative to competition ...

Viloncelle lover, go your way, put money aside and a special Zeta or Ns Design ...
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sinse68sinse68

Yamaha SVC-50Published on 06/07/06 at 06:07
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I use the cello for the past one year, the handling is very fast and reminds one of a viloncelle acoustics.
This grip is both a quality just as it is one of those pincipal defects. An electric cello for me for a different use than the classic. A sleeve-type Ns Design Demanche longer permit the most important.
But the real problem is not its ergonomics, it comes from the seagulls and the rising tide ... Indeed, I have a very good amp and I had the opportunity to play different sound system and it appears that the cello is heard a noise, that of the sea .. An electric cello that can not play loud?? why bother?? I therefore recommend to all lovers of cello, it is almost impossible to...…
Read more
I use the cello for the past one year, the handling is very fast and reminds one of a viloncelle acoustics.
This grip is both a quality just as it is one of those pincipal defects. An electric cello for me for a different use than the classic. A sleeve-type Ns Design Demanche longer permit the most important.
But the real problem is not its ergonomics, it comes from the seagulls and the rising tide ... Indeed, I have a very good amp and I had the opportunity to play different sound system and it appears that the cello is heard a noise, that of the sea .. An electric cello that can not play loud?? why bother?? I therefore recommend to all lovers of cello, it is almost impossible to play hard, great nan?
May be the salvation will come from the addition of a noise reducer which will reduce (anhilerai?, Nuke?) Those horrible background noise ...
The only strong point is its price relative to competition ...

Viloncelle lover, go your way, put money aside and a special Zeta or Ns Design ...
See less
»

Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Yamaha
  • Model: SVC-50
  • Series: SVC
  • Category: Electric Cellos & Double Basses
  • Added in our database on: 01/21/2006

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