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  • rha61rha61

    Ibanez GWB35Published on 02/16/08 at 21:02
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Lower manufactures in Korea
    basswood body, maple neck, key in synthetic ebonol
    24 cases, 1 micro Ibanez bridge
    easel quick change strings
    volume and low and high qua
    ramp to different techniques of right hand

    USE

    Handle very fine and a very quick thanks low action and a low spacing of the strings
    ebonol not prevent the n button a warm sound and ensures a perfect homogeneity notes all over the neck
    access to acute perfect
    ergonomics close to the ideal: very low Legre and balance, short, very practical mechanical easel
    also superb finish with a very nice bag provided
    Branch and it was on SOUND

    SONORITS

    Remarkable fretless sound with a little bit of hardness in …
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    Lower manufactures in Korea
    basswood body, maple neck, key in synthetic ebonol
    24 cases, 1 micro Ibanez bridge
    easel quick change strings
    volume and low and high qua
    ramp to different techniques of right hand

    USE

    Handle very fine and a very quick thanks low action and a low spacing of the strings
    ebonol not prevent the n button a warm sound and ensures a perfect homogeneity notes all over the neck
    access to acute perfect
    ergonomics close to the ideal: very low Legre and balance, short, very practical mechanical easel
    also superb finish with a very nice bag provided
    Branch and it was on SOUND

    SONORITS

    Remarkable fretless sound with a little bit of hardness in acute can be of the ebonol
    is at best (old Jazzbass included)
    c is very versatile yet with its unique micro and qua 2 strips
    seen remarkable sonority of linden and the ebonol has worth to replace its prampli by more efficient (the Barto NTBT for ex.)
    you can also replace the microphone with a more soft and dull if you like (I think of Barto yet)

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    After a few gigs, repeated and a disc, it is a remarkably low
    super quality for money as tjrs Ibanez (see BTB556!)
    I have it selected after lots of tests without consideration price
    I have the team after qq months of a micro Barto Jazzbass CMJB59 and a switch passive / active
    PS: I made the studio, the ing has nothing been done as has sounded forth
    I also owns the GWB1 which is not better but simply differente (except the preamp more effective)
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  • zorglug10zorglug10

    electronic change

    Ibanez GWB35Published on 09/24/11 at 08:15
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    All original.

    UTILIZATION

    The bass is nice and playable.

    SOUNDS

    I've always had a problem with this bass. A problem setting sound. Too low output and not a lot of treble. As if the electron was passive.

    With this new electronic NOLL is the day and night.

    OVERALL OPINION

    This is just to say that I changed my electronics GWB35 by electronic NOLL purchased on Luthimate.fr.

    The bass is unrecognizable. The sound is clear, with a nice grain. More problem of too low. I also thought by changing the micro CREL but I think waiting a little longer. Finally, the original microphone is pretty good.

    That's it.
    Musically.
    Philippe
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    All original.

    UTILIZATION

    The bass is nice and playable.

    SOUNDS

    I've always had a problem with this bass. A problem setting sound. Too low output and not a lot of treble. As if the electron was passive.

    With this new electronic NOLL is the day and night.

    OVERALL OPINION

    This is just to say that I changed my electronics GWB35 by electronic NOLL purchased on Luthimate.fr.

    The bass is unrecognizable. The sound is clear, with a nice grain. More problem of too low. I also thought by changing the micro CREL but I think waiting a little longer. Finally, the original microphone is pretty good.

    That's it.
    Musically.
    Philippe
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  • BassbreakerBassbreaker

    Ibanez GWB35Published on 03/01/08 at 06:16
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The bass comes from Korea, the finish is good to very good, 2 octave fretless, an active micro GWB custom wound sfr, eq gwb2, Accu-Cast B105 bridge, régages theft, treble-bass, maple neck

    UTILIZATION

    If I made this purchase is that the specifications of the handle matched that of my SRDG 905, which suited me, access to acute is easy, the shape is the same as the 905, the weight, c is a happiness, I do not feel almost, when the sound, I plug the volume to max, the bass / treble following the sound I want is impeccable.

    SOUNDS

    I play different styles, but for some songs (composed or otherwise), I use my other guitars (905 + line 6705), I play on Ampeg BA 500 Combo + svt …
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    The bass comes from Korea, the finish is good to very good, 2 octave fretless, an active micro GWB custom wound sfr, eq gwb2, Accu-Cast B105 bridge, régages theft, treble-bass, maple neck

    UTILIZATION

    If I made this purchase is that the specifications of the handle matched that of my SRDG 905, which suited me, access to acute is easy, the shape is the same as the 905, the weight, c is a happiness, I do not feel almost, when the sound, I plug the volume to max, the bass / treble following the sound I want is impeccable.

    SOUNDS

    I play different styles, but for some songs (composed or otherwise), I use my other guitars (905 + line 6705), I play on Ampeg BA 500 Combo + svt 410 HLF ampgeg, the sound is what I ' I searched for a long time, I have no prior on to the sounds, so ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a month, ras, as usual I bought at Piens on-line at a price of 599 Euros, in terms of choice, we will see later, but if it the same quality as the 905, yes.
    after one year, I changed the strings for-5 with Flatwound ecb81 D'Addario, the sound is better (in my opinion) and the game is over flowing. Very good fretless for its price and quality.
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