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sinse68's review (Yamaha - SVC-50)

By sinse68, 07/06/2006
I use the cello for the past one year, the handling is very fast and reminds one of a viloncelle acoustics.
This grip is both a quality just as it is one of those pincipal defects. An electric cello for me for a different use than the classic. A sleeve-type Ns Design Demanche longer permit the most important.
But the real problem is not its ergonomics, it comes from the seagulls and the rising tide ... Indeed, I have a very good amp and I had the opportunity to play different sound system and it appears that the cello is heard a noise, that of the sea .. An electric cello that can not play loud?? why bother?? I therefore recommend to all lovers of cello, it is almost impossible to play hard, great nan?
May be the salvation will come from the addition of a noise reducer which will reduce (anhilerai?, Nuke?) Those horrible background noise ...
The only strong point is its price relative to competition ...

Viloncelle lover, go your way, put money aside and a special Zeta or Ns Design ...
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sinse68's review (Yamaha - SVC-50)

By sinse68, 07/06/2006
I use the cello for the past one year, the handling is very fast and reminds one of a viloncelle acoustics.
This grip is both a quality just as it is one of those pincipal defects. An electric cello for me for a different use than the classic. A sleeve-type Ns Design Demanche longer permit the most important.
But the real problem is not its ergonomics, it comes from the seagulls and the rising tide ... Indeed, I have a very good amp and I had the opportunity to play different sound system and it appears that the cello is heard a noise, that of the sea .. An electric cello that can not play loud?? why bother?? I therefore recommend to all lovers of cello, it is almost impossible to play hard, great nan?
May be the salvation will come from the addition of a noise reducer which will reduce (anhilerai?, Nuke?) Those horrible background noise ...
The only strong point is its price relative to competition ...

Viloncelle lover, go your way, put money aside and a special Zeta or Ns Design ...
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Andysan©'s review (Yamaha - SVC-100)

By Andysan©, 21/01/2004
I bought this electric cello to play quietly without interfering in other people advantages or night etc ...
It is a Russianness for a.
In sound, it's okay from a cello equivalent is - say a low-end acoustic 3x more expensive but is anything but fantastic in sound.
on the other hand, at the cello in his same, there is a good game acoustic cello especially if you play it without the headphone. Indeed, a stepfather may bizarre, it's like playing a guitar without electric hook but I often do because my ear was actually costs requires accuracy, the bowing and so on. .. I think it's a trs good tool because it is not with this instrument that I'm happy but I ds bump well on the one (plus it is harder to play the acoustics) and I found the acoustics, it is a rel happiness. I redcouvre the cello all the time.
It can also be used as electronic instrument and plug for direct recording without a microphone. I will test and I have put my apprciate APRS.
He rendered many services and trs "lightweight", casually, not ngligeable because it is enjoyable trs (3/4Kg) from the sarcophagus that lug around to protect these small instruments dlicats (10Kg) and I'm not complain over bass ;-) . Another advantage is its solid. I'm not saying you can play with punching bag, but if he falls, it has not 300 min of Repair Tool for a small cut because it is not full of cuts
I referrer this choice because it's always EMBT (to be polite) in the surrounding environment of any kind (for example, people like and sometimes love cost you but they do not like you heard work !!!).
In addition, it allows you to work hard and to be able to mticuleusement lcher 400% on acoustics, if we have a very good sr.
So it's all good!
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jiveh's review (Yamaha - SVC-100)

By jiveh, 10/04/2003
Have you dj wanted to throw you on your instrument littralement rope, trs late at night? If so, may be have you heard a sweet voice you remember that children are lying, or that the film is much more exciting tl your prlude Bach ....
The range of the silent-strings is to finally be able to satisfy your needs.
If Aesthetics is questionable, the sound through the supplied headphones, is not at all!
You will find the touch, the sound of a cello trs good quality for a price well infrieur.
I confess that I bluff t littrallement despite my rticence vis a vis hardware "modern" unorthodox .. I did not even when redcouvrir cello, APRS 33 years of instrument! ..
Well yes, what a pleasure to play "without Drang" a Bach suite with a surround sound type church (Grace mini rverb intgre)!

However, the output connected via a DI sound, does sound reproduction also Fidler, and this may be the only thing of shame.
The manufacturer will tell you when he just buy the pre-amp "spcial silent-string" but it increases the hint of nearly 3000F ...

So our sound engineer is forced to dployer tons of ingniosit to twirl with the various rglages of frquences to restore an acceptable sound.

Finally, I would not say one thing ... try on ..
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