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Noguera YC

4-string bass guitar from Noguera .

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Noguera YCPublished on 06/14/03 at 01:16
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Made in France, Cahors to outback.
21 frets, pickups Noguera (CREL), active bass / treble
BADASS bridge
2 volumes, 1 serious, 1 acute
Maple neck

UTILIZATION

Handle very nice, large (apart from the 4 string is observed for 5 and 6), flat end, anti-mache to pick! Easy access to acute.
The bass is very light compared to a warwick example, nothing to do, to happiness back.
The balance is ideal, although it arises on the body.
In passive typical jazz bass, very nice low-medium, in this asset off serious, beautiful music and not very sharp "noises strips"; very big fish, very modern but still low-medium heat.

SOUNDS

The YC is suitable for all styles, it is primarily a......
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Made in France, Cahors to outback.
21 frets, pickups Noguera (CREL), active bass / treble
BADASS bridge
2 volumes, 1 serious, 1 acute
Maple neck

UTILIZATION

Handle very nice, large (apart from the 4 string is observed for 5 and 6), flat end, anti-mache to pick! Easy access to acute.
The bass is very light compared to a warwick example, nothing to do, to happiness back.
The balance is ideal, although it arises on the body.
In passive typical jazz bass, very nice low-medium, in this asset off serious, beautiful music and not very sharp "noises strips"; very big fish, very modern but still low-medium heat.

SOUNDS

The YC is suitable for all styles, it is primarily a bass made for the GROOVE!
I recommend ordering the version 21 frets to the punch, slap in particular, but he may be available in 24.
I played with a combo EBS Drome is the perfect alchemy for me in 2 words: heat & accuracy.
At ease in all styles of play, fingers, slap, step, mediator.
It's a hot coffee to the sound, unlike the cold precision of a Yamaha or Warwick, who otherwise have their own qualities ...
Very versatile, simply switch the microphones to play according to the config 'in the styles Pasto, Marcus, all that groove!

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for two years, it is a joy to play on a French luthier bass that rivals many successful American jazz bass.
To report any problems, it is possible to go to a review of the Noguera low, it is guaranteed for life!
Too bad the Paris region sulking luthiers in France, preferring to import products factory, where each low is made by the luthier who bump on his own and takes the time to listen, but hey, we can not do the same business time (I did not say trade) and music!
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  • Manufacturer: Noguera
  • Model: YC
  • Category: 4-string bass guitars
  • Added in our database on: 06/08/2005

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