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SGC Nanyo Bass Collection 320 Series 5
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  • WabsbassWabsbass

    SGC Nanyo Bass Collection 320 Series 5Published on 07/29/05 at 06:44
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    SERIES a japanese brand that was fed up of hearing her say she was doing bass shit ... That's what I heard ... Is this true?
    Manufacturing japanese, 24 frets, active electronics (1 acute, 1 medium, 1 serious, 1 volume).
    Handle relatively large (a lot of space between each string)

    UTILIZATION

    I find this quite enjoyable round even though the space between the strings speed limit. Access in acute is easy.
    It is quite heavy, which is Gnant during long sessions.
    The electronic is effective which makes it easy to find the appropriate.

    SOUNDS

    I play with a Digitech BP200, HA 3500 head and cabinet Hartke 410XL home.
    I use this bass for pieces o sweet bass need to be…
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    SERIES a japanese brand that was fed up of hearing her say she was doing bass shit ... That's what I heard ... Is this true?
    Manufacturing japanese, 24 frets, active electronics (1 acute, 1 medium, 1 serious, 1 volume).
    Handle relatively large (a lot of space between each string)

    UTILIZATION

    I find this quite enjoyable round even though the space between the strings speed limit. Access in acute is easy.
    It is quite heavy, which is Gnant during long sessions.
    The electronic is effective which makes it easy to find the appropriate.

    SOUNDS

    I play with a Digitech BP200, HA 3500 head and cabinet Hartke 410XL home.
    I use this bass for pieces o sweet bass need to be round and warm, or attack and needs to be "zen".
    Personally, I love his acoustic ct. It really feels the wood of the instrument either in touch or sound, which gives it a sound so natural trs. For cons, the slap, it's really not that great. Even if all frquences go well, this bass is a little soft.

    OVERALL OPINION

    aa t Premire my bass. So did about five years I use it. Now I use it only on a few pieces of potato prfrant my Cort Curbow (as given in many plays slap).
    I do not know if I would do this choice, but when I do not even sell it, if only for the natural sound it gives.
    For résumé, I'd say this bass is excellent for playing pieces Zen. The sound is warm trs sound that can make you think a low cons.
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  • eldreeldre

    SGC Nanyo Bass Collection 320 Series 5Published on 05/03/07 at 14:46
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - 2 microphones CMS asset type J
    - 4 knobs, a pickup balance, treble, bass, volume
    - Handle well screwed wide, I do not know the wood, it's varnish is a light wood

    UTILIZATION

    This bass is not too heavy, especially if you Feel the fender clones before,
    and placed a bit above the centure we have a good grip of the handle that (m ') is fairly well balanced.
    I still have to press super hard on the button to have good sound, and also hard to go play the finger if you want to have a sound that is present a minimum (I play the rock).
    The access to acute is not optimum, came to the 20th box, it gets hot in the Tail of the boxes is not too small, I love a body Efile more on the…
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    - 2 microphones CMS asset type J
    - 4 knobs, a pickup balance, treble, bass, volume
    - Handle well screwed wide, I do not know the wood, it's varnish is a light wood

    UTILIZATION

    This bass is not too heavy, especially if you Feel the fender clones before,
    and placed a bit above the centure we have a good grip of the handle that (m ') is fairly well balanced.
    I still have to press super hard on the button to have good sound, and also hard to go play the finger if you want to have a sound that is present a minimum (I play the rock).
    The access to acute is not optimum, came to the 20th box, it gets hot in the Tail of the boxes is not too small, I love a body Efile more on the bottom to give way to my paste to move easily
    I love the spacing between the strings, perfect, we move fingers easily learned to make from time to time.
    Level slap, with the string spacing is right, and an adjustable ropes fairly close to the neck, it sounds fairly well, fairly slamming to the pulsating funk!

    SOUNDS

    It happens easily have a jazz sound very "cool", but soft.
    I play on a 30W amp to chezpasou, or a head now Gallien Krueger Backline 115 + bassman cabinet, I made a few small bars with the config is not too bad, we have a warm sound.
    I think that we should not hesitate to put the treble in your sound, this is the lowest it will a. Because the way to the grave, we lose too fast precision.
    Precision then? I just returned a string LaBella and I made a good Si, clear, clean ... in short
    On the salsa rhythm and blues, his sound is well established.
    A sound that fits in jazz, soul, funk, pop, but not enough rock, reggae?

    OVERALL OPINION

    I'm playing right now in a rock band with a good drummer (not deaf, but that will come soon;) and a guitarist, she does not have enough presence and punch for the power trio
    I join the opinion of the pieces for Wabsbass zen, it is very melodic in nicely.
    I have 6 years for the price it was not so bad, the 3000F has the time, so do it again, I do not know, I hesitated to buy a ibanez and ben ... seen the style I play finally, I take the ibanez ... but I put a note because it has its niche, and its sound is very honest, and I wonder if I should not just change the mic and eq ...
    hop, May 3, I put a string above the 8th, and acoustic at least it sounds terrible ... I wonder if I should not keep ...
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