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Noguera YC 5 24 Frets
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Noguera YC 5 24 Frets

5+ string bass guitar from Noguera .

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Noguera YC 5 24 FretsPublished on 06/08/07 at 04:25
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Bass Luthier made to Cahors.
24 frets, maple neck attached to the head with a rosewood fingerboard.
Mechanical Noguera, badass bridge 5
Alder body with flamed maple table
2 micro Noguera single coil with two volumes, bass / treble separate asset + _ 15 db.
Natural finish or painted bright (several colors available)

UTILIZATION

The neck is excellent, not a highway hooks frets, the string spacing is 20mm.
Access to correct for an acute 24 cases.
Excellent ergonomics is the weight balance is really great for a 5 string.

SOUNDS

A lot of his huge scratch, no dead notes incredible sustain and a fat
sound in the lower midrange that allows an approach in all styles.
The......
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Bass Luthier made to Cahors.
24 frets, maple neck attached to the head with a rosewood fingerboard.
Mechanical Noguera, badass bridge 5
Alder body with flamed maple table
2 micro Noguera single coil with two volumes, bass / treble separate asset + _ 15 db.
Natural finish or painted bright (several colors available)

UTILIZATION

The neck is excellent, not a highway hooks frets, the string spacing is 20mm.
Access to correct for an acute 24 cases.
Excellent ergonomics is the weight balance is really great for a 5 string.

SOUNDS

A lot of his huge scratch, no dead notes incredible sustain and a fat
sound in the lower midrange that allows an approach in all styles.
The corrections are active hyper efficient, with a focus on the bridge pickup and a serious boost was a grain that competes easily with Jazz Bass (very hot).
The bottom two microphones was a slap in the unbelievable.
If the precision of serious (important for a 5-string) is perfect finger or slap.
This instrument is also perfect for the game in line, the superposition of harmonics is very good and does not rope in the shade to another.
Another plus, no need for screwdrivers to change the battery, think of all noguera.

OVERALL OPINION

I have this bass for 4 years, only one battery change, no adjustment handle for 3 years (no more setting was winter) I do the bass for over 20 years and I think I finally found my bass . Once connected hard to go unnoticed, soon everyone asks what's that low.
In addition to all the options are available to order so do yourself a favor and buy french, lifetime warranty and customer service assured.
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  • Manufacturer: Noguera
  • Model: YC 5 24 Frets
  • Category: 5+ string bass guitars
  • Added in our database on: 06/08/2005

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Other names: yc524frets, yc524 frets, yc5 24 frets, yc 5 24frets

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