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Electric Violin from Yamaha belonging to the SV series.

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  • Anonymous

    Yamaha SV-200Published on 12/30/02 at 16:57
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I play an EV 204 since 01/08/2002.
    I played (and I always use) of a yam SERIES Previous (SV110)

    We leave the building with the MODEL "industrial". It is mainly composed of wood (VS Contents are plastic). The sound suffers IMMEDIATE. (Note that this violin is curiously much closer feeling of an acoustic violin than SV, while they are destination "play electric" EV. Brief.)
    Contents The sound is wide trs, and work on the effects and the choice of amps finally possible.
    It is a bit heavy (thick wood which composes is the cause).
    dtails of fun, as mcaniques guitar, the prampli one does not need to use (in fact I never use it) - so no-stack, a ropes little big, but actually allow trs …
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    I play an EV 204 since 01/08/2002.
    I played (and I always use) of a yam SERIES Previous (SV110)

    We leave the building with the MODEL "industrial". It is mainly composed of wood (VS Contents are plastic). The sound suffers IMMEDIATE. (Note that this violin is curiously much closer feeling of an acoustic violin than SV, while they are destination "play electric" EV. Brief.)
    Contents The sound is wide trs, and work on the effects and the choice of amps finally possible.
    It is a bit heavy (thick wood which composes is the cause).
    dtails of fun, as mcaniques guitar, the prampli one does not need to use (in fact I never use it) - so no-stack, a ropes little big, but actually allow trs interesting work (I usually use the Pirastro Olive).

    In short, I work with 3 hours per day, and I love.
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  • rootoutourootoutou

    Yamaha SV-200Published on 05/12/03 at 23:49
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    I bought a SV dernire the anne: Reduces still online as I expected. In short I am really fan base, I jamaisz taken violin lessons, I dmerde so alone. I think the sound has little in common with an acoustic violin. In the words of Previous notice, this instrument can bump "in silence" and do something else. Rgler to the problem of breath I am lucky to have pedals TCElectronics Disto makes booster and contains a noise gate. I noticed that the batteries feeding Reduces the dynamics and therefore I recommend the 12V supply is really a winner. It is my instrument INTERESTED because "unless we force" but I have not jou musicos with other group who are all in acoustics: I fear dcalage an acoustic …
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    I bought a SV dernire the anne: Reduces still online as I expected. In short I am really fan base, I jamaisz taken violin lessons, I dmerde so alone. I think the sound has little in common with an acoustic violin. In the words of Previous notice, this instrument can bump "in silence" and do something else. Rgler to the problem of breath I am lucky to have pedals TCElectronics Disto makes booster and contains a noise gate. I noticed that the batteries feeding Reduces the dynamics and therefore I recommend the 12V supply is really a winner. It is my instrument INTERESTED because "unless we force" but I have not jou musicos with other group who are all in acoustics: I fear dcalage an acoustic / electric too high. It is true that good microphone (I have a MKH40) is irreplaceable.
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  • mimimimimimimimi

    Yamaha SV-200Published on 12/09/05 at 19:17
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    Trs I know well the instruments without electrification fund (violin, viola, cello and double bass even more specially since it's my contrebassite mtier)
    there are a number of luthiers in France who do extraordinary things about it and we can be fiers.cocorico
    piti but not sries yamaha!
    the ears are also a
    Looking for a little devil. as It is not necessary to buy a fender bass into thinking that they will lose too much in the instrument revendant.un done to music. our country is full of good luthiers who will make things much better with a real service APRS sale, to support their work is a real political act.
    a professional musician
  • SampleHunterSampleHunter

    Yamaha SV-200Published on 10/05/05 at 07:55
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    I use it for a year (SV 120). I buy in order to rpeter night in a poorly soundproofed apartment trs. I am an amateur (10 years of conservatory) and I play in a chamber orchestra.

    The position is the same as for a classical violin. It may possibly rework the bridge or switch to the map of key strings is close to that of his violin. Trs but it's really good. A flat, with batteries, the weight of the vehicle is above average. In the long run a fatigue!
    The bow technique, there is no diffrence notorious (less grinding heel). Reduces the dynamic lgrement, it takes a little force on the bow to accentuate the nuances (which is not bad when RPET).
    Also this is the tool to work IDAL accuracy.…
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    I use it for a year (SV 120). I buy in order to rpeter night in a poorly soundproofed apartment trs. I am an amateur (10 years of conservatory) and I play in a chamber orchestra.

    The position is the same as for a classical violin. It may possibly rework the bridge or switch to the map of key strings is close to that of his violin. Trs but it's really good. A flat, with batteries, the weight of the vehicle is above average. In the long run a fatigue!
    The bow technique, there is no diffrence notorious (less grinding heel). Reduces the dynamic lgrement, it takes a little force on the bow to accentuate the nuances (which is not bad when RPET).
    Also this is the tool to work IDAL accuracy. a single cart and sounds really wrong!

    The sound: In fact, it is perhaps explain the principle of acoustic bte.

    Without amplification, as there is no cash, there is no serious (or trs atnu. But still the acute Submitted. The E string and the harmonics are (the violin is not as quiet as this!). With the amplification and the atria, it compensates for the lack of serious for a balance convinquant trs. The sound is close to a true trs violin, a bit flattering as it certainly lacks some harmonics and squeaks are attnus. But on the accuracy, the machine does not forgive anything. (this time the attenuation of the harmonics is on our dfaveur! ).

    In contrast, closed with headphones or when recording the audio on a squenceur audio (eg Cubase) is much worse (or at least away from the classical violin trs). We lose because all the harmonics of the strings directly to obtain only the amplification of serious corrective and its sounds really electric! and the breath is never far trs. If you wanted to record the sound of a real violin plutt buy a good microphone!

    Overall, this is a really good violin study (especially for accuracy). The cost with the atria trs is close to a classical violin, his lightweight one flattering that you do not break the ears (especially those of your neighbors!). Epatant to work his instrument!
    And of course, the audio output can imagine all the possible electrical DLIR ....

    Rectification 5/10/2005: As for the breath of the audio output, and to abound in the direction of ZZIP indeed with an external power supply is better and with pramps correct (Edirol DA2496) c 'is very well.
    I use my SV120 for over three years always with great pleasure ...
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  • heyjoheyjo

    Yamaha SV-200Published on 10/02/08 at 05:11
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - How long have you use it?
    just tried, and put on my Christmas list.

    - What is so special that you like most and least?
    development and wealth from the sv-120 and previous models.

    - Have you tried many other models before buying it?
    I use today sv-100, quite old. But it gives me any satisfaction.
    I also have a ev-204, one of the first. very rich, slightly heavy, very fragile on the first series. I'm back to the sv-100.
    It is fitted with Pirastro Olive. (And smile when I said the sellers that's one electric) I love these strings. the amp is the acoustic trace eliot (now in production again, but I turn to the "acoustic image".

    - With experience, you do again this choice? .…
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    - How long have you use it?
    just tried, and put on my Christmas list.

    - What is so special that you like most and least?
    development and wealth from the sv-120 and previous models.

    - Have you tried many other models before buying it?
    I use today sv-100, quite old. But it gives me any satisfaction.
    I also have a ev-204, one of the first. very rich, slightly heavy, very fragile on the first series. I'm back to the sv-100.
    It is fitted with Pirastro Olive. (And smile when I said the sellers that's one electric) I love these strings. the amp is the acoustic trace eliot (now in production again, but I turn to the "acoustic image".

    - With experience, you do again this choice? ..
    yes of course. I was looking for a first instrument that is not colored.
    The SV100 is the wait. the 200 is much better, more productive, more purpose.
    I said, after having tried many electric violins, including makers, only the Yamaha allowed me to go electric. Of course, my choice of string, the bow (a very good bow) are central in the game only allows me the electric (!) To explore sounds that do not "come out" not an acoustic. I was not looking for an electric guitar being played with a bow, and for that, I always thank yamaha.
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