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Behringer Bass Synthesizer BSY600
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Publié le 05/17/08 à 14:51
It's a synth bass with 11 modes DIFFERENT
rglages
-Direct
-Effect
-Freq
-Rsonance
-Rate (mode36) decay
Slecteur 11 modes (3 saw, square 3 3pulse, wave)
Technology rsm (????)
Connectors
-1 Input power supply
1Between-instrument
-1Between for expression pedals
-2 Output effect / and out (no effect
Hold function

UTILIZATION

Normment must grind the buttons to find usable sounds as there are many possibilities
The tracking is correct without (an appropriate active bass better than a passive, preferences fret). You really get used to playing Manir trs prcise right hand propre.Une wrong note to sound will sound seconded Manir catastrophic ... The staccato should be well prcis not to end in boiling sound
We hear a big plop the lighting of the effect which is quite Gnant for the studio.
The engagement and dsenclenchement effect must be given with a snap if you switch right away in the hold mode (I thought the pedals to the beginners had a problem me because I could no longer dsenclencher effect).
The race is not rgulire knobs which makes rglages difficult.
The notes tend be closer lees (the filter will not restart ZrO)
No real auto-wah or distortion or octaver

SOUND QUALITY

The pedals sounds Manir trs aggressive sound is really a sound that covers the synth bass sound (use the button to find the effect to suit each dosage).
With 11 modes there's plenty to find happiness.
The sound is very analog and warm
I'm going to stick a limiter in the ass just to smooth it all.
It Ragit of Manir trs strong attack.
It's not bad to soi.J 'wait to test it as a group to see what she has in the stomach.
Edit APRS test group:
Here I tried it in a group with an Ibanez Ergodyne EDC-705 (mounted EADGC) on a Trace Elliot 100W
Some small remarks:
The pos-tracking is no problem except for the game Harmonics
NCESS-mdiums boost the EQ so that it penetrates into the mix of the group
Above 1.2-test mode and it sounds really good 11
-The knobs are not really empty rgler because their race is not homogne.
Hold-mode a little weak because the bass sound that is really going on food, holding the note tends disappear once you play it

OVERALL OPINION

I bought it this morning and lack of perspective in order to give an opinion more consquent.
In terms of manufacturing quality is like other pedals brand is the cheap trs they guarantee 2 years.
I have an Ibanez SB-7 I really like my it's not really a synth bass (it's a distortion with a synthetic autowah)
I think they complteront well.
The ratio quality price is right (59 euros)
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