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J-Luc FabreJ-Luc Fabre

Noguera YC 5 21 FretsPublished on 09/01/09 at 09:34
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Made in France (Cahors TB) by Christian Noguera SPECIFICATIONS according to Yves Carbon, a collgue (we sailed the same waters Bordeaux ...).
Badass V bridge, round stocky, button-eyed bird Saddle, alder body table Saddle ond 21 frets, 2 volumes, 1 grve, a aige, push-pull active / passive on the knob of the micro handle.

UTILIZATION

Channel trs enjoyable, almost too got my pais! Access in Aiges IDAL, low balance perfectly. The wing suprieure body is a little too much I got for a good wrist position, but the I quibble, it's just that I did that yesterday and not yet used . The Silet is relatively strait, when the easel ... FINALLY! spacing of the strings is kind a 4, it's pretty rare...…
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Made in France (Cahors TB) by Christian Noguera SPECIFICATIONS according to Yves Carbon, a collgue (we sailed the same waters Bordeaux ...).
Badass V bridge, round stocky, button-eyed bird Saddle, alder body table Saddle ond 21 frets, 2 volumes, 1 grve, a aige, push-pull active / passive on the knob of the micro handle.

UTILIZATION

Channel trs enjoyable, almost too got my pais! Access in Aiges IDAL, low balance perfectly. The wing suprieure body is a little too much I got for a good wrist position, but the I quibble, it's just that I did that yesterday and not yet used . The Silet is relatively strait, when the easel ... FINALLY! spacing of the strings is kind a 4, it's pretty rare to be signal and is one of the reasons for my purchase.
The sound? a more Fender Fender or more than Marcus Marcus, for it affects the Rabl.
21 or 24 frets? Personal is 21, the minor third is missing in the aige is not as essential as 4te supplmentaire grves brings in the 5th string. The slap sound is better, and the forearm is in a better position to slapper.

SOUNDS

History of taste. Personally, the jazz-inspired bass with this bass is the most versatile bass. This word is often Reserved tools tasteless and without characters, this is not the case here. For me it is with this type of sound I express myself best in all registers: qu'tant typ well not only makes the bass sound, but also a musician. It was the case a "super-bass jazz." Trs clear sound, even in agreements.

OVERALL OPINION

I have since yesterday. I may be the change your mind later, but not much. Quality price ratio? purchase in 1700, it's perfect. It is replacing my Warmoth Jazz 5 string (I jou for 15 years), trs good, but not wide enough for me (card type Music Man).
Yes, I certainly would do that choice. I tried many cost or jazz or jazz-bass-like, it is among the best.
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Jérhum31Jérhum31

Noguera YC 5 21 FretsPublished on 10/28/10 at 05:49
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This bass is made in France in the lot, mine is number 5036 is the 36th he made. Alder body, 2 parts with a flamed maple veneer, 21 frets maple neck one piece, Badass bridge, 2 single coil pickups manufactured by way jazz bass Noguera Crel for my model and electronics OBP1 Aguilar.

UTILIZATION

Is the best race that I was seen to play, access to acute with 21 frets is not a problem, the ergonomics are very good, nothing to say it ' is the hand-sewn.

SOUNDS

Eagerly, it suits my style of music otherwise I would not have bought, but above all it is really the best jazz bass that I played it with the impression that the already been treated at his studio. The test I am coming back...…
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This bass is made in France in the lot, mine is number 5036 is the 36th he made. Alder body, 2 parts with a flamed maple veneer, 21 frets maple neck one piece, Badass bridge, 2 single coil pickups manufactured by way jazz bass Noguera Crel for my model and electronics OBP1 Aguilar.

UTILIZATION

Is the best race that I was seen to play, access to acute with 21 frets is not a problem, the ergonomics are very good, nothing to say it ' is the hand-sewn.

SOUNDS

Eagerly, it suits my style of music otherwise I would not have bought, but above all it is really the best jazz bass that I played it with the impression that the already been treated at his studio. The test I am coming back from vacation, three weeks without playing, hard drive, I replay all my basses and I finished by Noguera, and wham, the super banana, eight years after it always does. A little trick that I recommend for those who want to try this tool, Noguera is a little less winding its microphones at once, you lose a bit in the bass but we gain in clarity when you plug your bass into an old tube amp which sends a lot of bass you get a great sound so old jazz bass, if you play like me on the newest amps (SWR and now Markbass) Boost you a little bass preamp bass and then it becomes grandiose of where the interests of Aguilar, I found at the time it was very clear and perfectly suited to my bass. In this sense it is the only bass that I know of that's been thought to operate with its preamble, as a whole. Today I think I'm going to add a passive tone, it was not necessary at the time but sometimes old and I would appreciate to have it. Finally his side, this bass sends serious lower midrange, treble lens, always very clean way Bona, one can do anything with, as stated in the previous opinion, the bassist who goes out to her with and not vice versa. I wonder

OVERALL OPINION

this for 8 years and a half, I could never sell it. I own several basses, Yamaha TRB (terrible as the first model), Peavey, Washburn Valley and blus ... Apart from the Yam nothing comes close to him. I know some Fodera owners who took a slap in listening Noguera (no name scales I hi-hi) after it is a matter of taste, there full of stuff very well too, but at what price. 2700 euros today it's still quite well placed for product quality, if Christian was working in New York can be double the price then ... Made in France for that nickel.
There is a trick that does not turn me on this bass when I saw her, is her dorsal horn that I find a bit unsightly. He told me to just plug it becomes completely ridiculous, anyway perfection is not so if we must sacrifice something ...
That said, make the election again? then no problem or for Mbappé model is the same except the shape is better.
I do not put 10 on the overall opinion because there may be low in the world better, and more if the bass note was the bass player ... one would measure the gap that we have to bridge to get to be worthy. Tip top caviar
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  • Manufacturer: Noguera
  • Model: YC 5 21 Frets
  • Category: 5+ string bass guitars
  • Added in our database on: 06/08/2005

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