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  • Tom le UmlieTom le Umlie

    Warwick Vampyre Dark LordPublished on 08/12/08 at 06:04
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in Germany
    body Ovangkol table and Ash French (construction Sandwish)
    Bolt-on sleeve in 35 Ovangkol "button in Wenge and 24 jumbo frets
    Micro MEC J / TJ Assets
    Pre Amps MEC 3-band (Treble, Medium, Low) and volume with push-pull
    Finishes black "sand" (sand is blown at high pressure on the body on the body of the bass and acts on the final aspet (a bit like the whole past with sandpaper, but without the imperfections)

    UTILIZATION

    Good bass loggers granted F # (very low so) that weighs more than 5 pounds which do not intend to everyone
    despite the pulling cables (ropes pardons uh), have found the usual representations of the sleeves Warwick
    it is not too made for …
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    Made in Germany
    body Ovangkol table and Ash French (construction Sandwish)
    Bolt-on sleeve in 35 Ovangkol "button in Wenge and 24 jumbo frets
    Micro MEC J / TJ Assets
    Pre Amps MEC 3-band (Treble, Medium, Low) and volume with push-pull
    Finishes black "sand" (sand is blown at high pressure on the body on the body of the bass and acts on the final aspet (a bit like the whole past with sandpaper, but without the imperfections)

    UTILIZATION

    Good bass loggers granted F # (very low so) that weighs more than 5 pounds which do not intend to everyone
    despite the pulling cables (ropes pardons uh), have found the usual representations of the sleeves Warwick
    it is not too made for slaps, and the game asks to pick a small meeting of games to get used to shooting (85-175!)
    I put a 9 because of the relatively high weight of the instrument and because it is pulling its Consus for very large

    SOUNDS

    It's perfect for a low demand for the metal that play very low (such as Meshuggah, for example), the microphones used over a frequency standard, supports even when the assaults of the rope 175 without too flinched but requires ADJUSTMENT Amp least in the lower so that the sound is well noticeable
    pre amps filled out its offices also intends to have the differences depending on the setting and is complementary with that of your amp (an Orange AD200B MK3 in my case)
    9 for its lack of versatility

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for some months already, a good bass almost flawless, but must be back muscles to support her to play with on stage ...
    I have an old BC Rich Warlock to 91, a Traben Phoenix and it is very different ... a real personality, have good sense of the good work of the brand even if it can put some (s) for its weight and pulling it to the backhoe plairat lumberjack bassist looking for a good bass sound (very) heavy, no-frills
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