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Yamaha BB-N5A

5+ string bass guitar from Yamaha belonging to the BB series

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Published on 02/16/08 at 22:35
Value For Money : Excellent
Low factory in Japan
alder body with maple table ondbr /> 24 frets, 2 microphones PAVS Yamaha AlnicoV enough rapprochs the bridge
Solid brass easel
volume, balance microphones, severe, acute and medium 3 parameterizable switch positions
3 pieces maple neck screwed wide 6-point rosewood fingerboard

USE

The handle is neither end nor thick
acute medium access
very good ergonomics, anatomical and pleasant shape, weight a little heavy
very great ease to find a sound, the switch is medium gnial

SONORITS

I play all styles and this bass is astounding versatility
it has more grit her pretty and very present, a strong personality due to the excellent yamaha high impedance microphones and instrument making treats (his rather round, wood, ax lower medium, medium sweet and sharp little )dropoff window
I play on a Markbass 121 and also a modified Roland DB500
She can spend big sound reggae funk sound of a phone switch, it is also a sound approach pastoriusesque eg for a solo and the bass is nice grain
it has a particular sound very full slap
if my Parker Fly is a Formula 1, this bass is a big Mercedes in his plush

NOTICE GLOBAL

I have had the opportunity to, I was looking for some time, knowing the reputation of this bass is version a little less luxury BB Nathan East (BBNE)
For DIYers, the preamp being the weak point that it is at the very best, we can change the 4 TL062 op amp's preamp for TLE2022 and above all capas tantalum by quality of electrolytic, change of guaranteed more dynamic and even more elegant stamp ...

qualitprix good opportunity report, a remarkable instrument with a versatile sound and strong personality
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