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WSL Guitars Play Me Hard 5Published on 10/30/07 at 14:28
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Bass French brand made in Korea.
Ash body with maple table scalded.
5-piece maple neck. Touche ébonal. Benchmarks stars.
WSL microphones positioned HH, active electronics.
A volume, a micro balance, a 3-band equalizer (treble, mid, bass)
Grover and Straplocks Warwick standard.
An unbeatable value for money. The violin is really of very high quality. Electronic clean. One may regret the lack of battery cover. The key is to ébonal, for the record this type of key is virtually indestructible. Benchmarks stars seem painted on the button, I'm afraid they disappear in time, it's pretty dommage.On appreciate the Warwick provided Straplocks series.

UTILIZATION

The handle is very......
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Bass French brand made in Korea.
Ash body with maple table scalded.
5-piece maple neck. Touche ébonal. Benchmarks stars.
WSL microphones positioned HH, active electronics.
A volume, a micro balance, a 3-band equalizer (treble, mid, bass)
Grover and Straplocks Warwick standard.
An unbeatable value for money. The violin is really of very high quality. Electronic clean. One may regret the lack of battery cover. The key is to ébonal, for the record this type of key is virtually indestructible. Benchmarks stars seem painted on the button, I'm afraid they disappear in time, it's pretty dommage.On appreciate the Warwick provided Straplocks series.

UTILIZATION

The handle is very nice, very sweet. It is relatively late for a 5-string bass, I was pleasantly surprised!
Access to acute course is optimal.
The ergonomics are optimal. The bass is balanced, very light for a 5 string and we know how important this is. The straplocks will reassure us if necessary.
The knobs are well placed and easily accessible.

SOUNDS

This gives us a true low-range sound thanks to its electronics.
3-band equalizer has much to do. It is a pleasure to be able to direct the sound of his bass with equal opportunity. First, it is to play with the balance between the pickups. Then just adjust the knobs for treble, mid and low to find the desired sound for the style or song you want. I work in a studio with several computers and various consoles generating a lot of waves, the bass is very insensitive to the airwaves (you must really be on top of these devices to capture a slight interference) is very significant So.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it extensively in the studio for several weeks now. It may seem small but as a bassist for a very long time I have seen a lot of instruments but few are chosen to point my attention. WSL is unfairly overlooked in the market for the bass. Play Me Hard 5 This raises the bar very high. The value for money is truly unbeatable. There are still some small imperfections but I do not doubt that they will be corrected in the future to near perfection (while relativizing the rest of the price range).
Mr. WSL keep it up!
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  • Manufacturer: WSL Guitars
  • Model: Play Me Hard 5
  • Category: 5+ string bass guitars
  • Added in our database on: 10/30/2007

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