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Suzuki   MELODICA PRO 37 V.2
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  • sparkclesparkcle

    great sound

    Suzuki MELODICA PRO 37 V.2Published on 01/24/14 at 01:43
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I melodica this for over a year, I also suzuki alto 37 and I had 2 honer.
    Pro V2 closer an accordion sound different.
    I like the look, the design, it's costeau.
    The keyboard super easy to play compared to older melodicas.
    I love the sound in the bass is very precise and richer than 37 alto.
    It tien good agreement.

    The only thing to improve is the cap counterclockwise to remove moisture on the other melodicas push it so you can make playing a button. But it's still manageable.

    This is a good choice I will take the same.

    8 Very good
  • Sebastien GoyetSebastien Goyet

    Melodica EST (finally) an instrument in its own right

    Suzuki MELODICA PRO 37 V.2Published on 11/22/13 at 02:34
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I think Joe Bouc said it all!

    I said that the color of the keys is enough "ivory", which gives a whole a little fortification, and all serious cases. When you arrive with that person on stage not laugh:-D

    In terms of sound level flag: this is exactly what I decided at the outset, I was tired of not being able to place a microphone properly. I think the sound that level is well balanced, it has all the notes at the same volume I think. Regarding sound a bit "aggressive" I'll try to place as Joe said, so far we merely foolishly aggressive lower frequencies, I would have thought to try other positions anyway!

    In short, beautiful instrument, well made, do not move ... For granted again…
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    I think Joe Bouc said it all!

    I said that the color of the keys is enough "ivory", which gives a whole a little fortification, and all serious cases. When you arrive with that person on stage not laugh:-D

    In terms of sound level flag: this is exactly what I decided at the outset, I was tired of not being able to place a microphone properly. I think the sound that level is well balanced, it has all the notes at the same volume I think. Regarding sound a bit "aggressive" I'll try to place as Joe said, so far we merely foolishly aggressive lower frequencies, I would have thought to try other positions anyway!

    In short, beautiful instrument, well made, do not move ... For granted against a little above, it does not shock live in the studio is a little annoying, but as the notes are granted them I prefer not to involve anyone on tuning and implement a corrector pitch afterwards. You can hear the result on this creation "vintage"


    Moreover we see the melodica instrumental bridge on the second ...

    I still compare my Hohner Piano 32 Jubilee still paid 160 euros and repairers and tuners at Hohner massacred, while telling me a melodica remained "a disposable thing, even large models"! Hey bé, not ready to buy the Hohner, when we see that Suzuki is known to make the "not disposable" ...

    Anyway, remain cautious, we'll see in a few years, but for now I am very happy with this "big" Suzuki model, except that it is given a little high (which may be normal to Furthermore, I will check if this is not 444 as some accordions, or 442 as commonly used a priori - at a time - in Japan)
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  • Joe BoucJoe Bouc

    Class!

    Suzuki MELODICA PRO 37 V.2Published on 05/04/12 at 14:17
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    I've had one month, and I am totally satisfied.

    The instrument is well done, it feels and sees.
    The grip with leather strap is fairly easy and is very convenient.
    The hull is not metal, like on the old Hohner upscale, but the plastic seems thick and beefy (it does not plastoc toy example).
    He also took several days to realize it was not metal ...

    The keyboard is a treat, no excessive noise affects. 3 octaves, it's great, although a priori we will more readily find the high notes that the low notes.
    The other important thing that grabbed me is the air distribution in the instrument. This is a feeling that I will not know specifically explain: A breath equal, one can walk on the…
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    I've had one month, and I am totally satisfied.

    The instrument is well done, it feels and sees.
    The grip with leather strap is fairly easy and is very convenient.
    The hull is not metal, like on the old Hohner upscale, but the plastic seems thick and beefy (it does not plastoc toy example).
    He also took several days to realize it was not metal ...

    The keyboard is a treat, no excessive noise affects. 3 octaves, it's great, although a priori we will more readily find the high notes that the low notes.
    The other important thing that grabbed me is the air distribution in the instrument. This is a feeling that I will not know specifically explain: A breath equal, one can walk on the keyboard without having different levels between the notes.
    No need to send too much air either, notes respond very well.

    The combination of good keyboard and good "air distribution" mean that the instrument is really playable. And you soon realize that one can easily qualify their games.

    The sound is a reflection of the instrument, it is direct, straight and precise.
    A small grid is at the bottom of the melodica. It suggests that its fate primarily by there, like the flag of a copper or a sax.
    In fact, here the sound is as dry and bright.
    For decision-sounds I've made, I put the microphone down and melodica but slightly above the keyboard.
    On stage like using my microphone singing. The FOH engineer does not find fault.


    Before this, I had a Hohner piano 32. I did not use hardly ever, I thought I had a bad feeling with ... The accuracy was too "exotic" and did not allow me to play in groups.

    I have been guided to Suzuki, and I do not really regret it! In one month I have played more than the Hohner that I kept for years!

    Try it.
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