Yamaha Magicstomp Acoustic
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|pljosh||3:37am on Tuesday, October 26th, 2010|
|I needed to replace a larger center speaker with one that would fit in our new cabinet. The reason I purchased this speaker was for the size as I only had a small place and most of the other center speakers I was looking at would not fit.|
|phoenix11||11:43am on Friday, September 10th, 2010|
|I bought this center channel speaker because the Bose VCS10 was more expensive and highly over-rated in my opinion.|
|Tozetre||1:55pm on Monday, June 21st, 2010|
|Good for small space. This is a good center channel speaker if you have limited space since it is only 4" tall.|
|chainsaw_mayhem||3:21am on Sunday, May 16th, 2010|
|When I bought my plasma the Klipsch center channel had to go (to the bedroom with the previous TV).|
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Re: FA: Yamaha Magicstomp Acoustic
From: George Weston <geoweston@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> Date: Fri, 25 Jun 2010 11:40:30 +0100 On 25/06/2010 11:30, Jon Boyes wrote: http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=320553259151 Hi folks Decided to let this go as I do not use it much and need to raise funds for other gear. Don't like to post auctions here as a rule, but this pedal has been discussed here in the past and they are now very hard to get hold of. Someone here after one might like to know where this has been! I won't bother repeating all the details here, suffice to say its an awesome multi fx pedal for acoustic, solidly built (no Zoom plasticyness) and the software interface makes programming a breeze. Gigged a couple of times, but looked after and boxed 'as new' really. Cheers Jon
Just to add to what Jon has just said, these beasties are as rare as hens' teeth, having been stupidly discontinued by Yamaha. They are highly regarded (also the electricguitar version). George.
Tanglewood Sundance Pro Series
By Matt Blackett | August, 2005 Its not at all uncommon to see guitars that are designed in the U.S. and manufactured overseas. But heres a pair of guitars that were designed and manufactured overseasalthough the designing takes place in England before the instruments are handcrafted in China. Across the pond, the folks at Tanglewood have cooked up an impressive array of acoustic guitars in a line that features most of the usual suspects: dreadnoughts, jumbos, folks, parlors, a baby, and a bass. The two instruments reviewed here were put through a battery of strumming and picking tests in both live and recording situations. TW45DLX-FC4 The Sundance Pro TW45DLX-FC4 sports what Tanglewood calls a Super Folk body stylean appealing shape thats a little smaller than a dreadnought. The solid Canadian cedar top looks warm and inviting, and the mahogany back and sides are dark and rich. The finish on the 45 is especially smart: You get a slick, high-gloss look on the body, and a smooth, worn-in, semi-satin feel on the neck. The rosewood bridge and fretboard go well together. However, the dry woods looked just a tad out of place against the glossy body. A touch of lemon oil dressed them up nicely. The green abalone position markers and headstock inlay look great, and are tastefully rendered. Finally, the Grover tuners work flawlessly, and their gold finish sits beautifully with the cedar top. The TW45s frets are generally clean and well dressed. I spotted a couple of rough ends where the tangs stuck out a bit over the binding, but, to be fair, these were on the bass side where the neck meets the body, so they didnt really affect my playing. The frets themselves are nicely polished and evenly set. The TW45 has a nice ring when playing open chords, and the comfy neck makes first-position riffing a breeze. There is no scarf joint to attach the headstock to the neck on Tanglewood guitars. Instead, the neck is a onepiece affair with a cool volute on the back of the headstock. This contributes to this models solid feel and good sustain. Really digging into the TW45 produced some buzzesparticularly on the D and G stringsthat necessitated a trussrod tweak. Strumming big open chords produced good volume without much compression, but something in the midrange seemed a little incoherent. I had better results voicing chords in a more open fashion, say, with a bass note on the low E and the upper voices on the top three strings, rather than bashing all six. (This is admittedly a subtle point. Another tester didnt find anything amiss in the 45s midrange response.) Where the TW45 really seemed to shine was on single-note lines. This is a great acoustic lead guitarperfect for open-position bluegrass shredding and acoustic blues solos. Double-stops are mean and growly, and swept
arpeggios jump right out. The extended cutaway makes for easy access to the highest register, and those notes came through clearly and intonated sweetly. The Fishman Classic 4 pickup/preamp/ EQ system is a perfect match for the 45. It brings out the best qualities of the acoustic voice, and its a real no-brainer to operate. I was very impressed by how easy it was to get low end without woofiness, and brilliant highs without shrillness. Through a Hughes & Kettner zenTera (set to the Acoustic model), a Rivera M100, and a Yamaha Magicstomp Acoustic straight into a P.A., I had no trouble getting great amplified sounds. Depending on the part, you can crank the bass control for a walking bass line, or blast the treble and brilliance for chimey high-string parts or harmonics. Nice! Tanglewood has done a fine job with the TW45DLX, which offers good looks and musical sounds at a smart price. Gigging acoustic guitaristsparticularly lead playerswill find much to like about this guitar. TW15DLX In the dreadnought realm, Tanglewood presents the Sundance Pro TW15DLX. Although it comes from a more classic aesthetic, the 15 looks every bit as good as its sibling. It features all solid wood construction, and the abalone soundhole decoration is a beautiful touch that lends just the right amount of elegance to the top. The tortoiseshell binding on the body and neck is super cool. Its an unobtrusive way to add some flair and movement to the guitars outlinealmost like someone wrapped a big pick around the TW15. The gold Grovers look great and work smoothly. Smacking a big, fat E chord on the TW15 reveals its powerthis guitar can pump out some volume. The low end is rich and doesnt overpower the highs, and the overall tone is balanced and pretty, but with plenty of muscle. The TW15 sounded great for fast strumming, and it lent itself well to chunky rhythm work. And because the action was set a little on the high side, I could really lean into it for a huge clang with no buzz. Fingerpicked passages have good definition, thanks to the TW15s nice balance. The tight yet beefy lowend response also makes it a great detuning guitar. It sounded fabulous in DADGAD, and gorgeously complex in the Ani DiFranco-approved D, A, D, F#, G, D tuning. Its resonant and big and a lot of fun to play. I did some recording with the 15, and I discovered it to be a fine studio guitar, as well. Due to its stout bass response, aiming the mics a little further up the neck than normal seemed to work best. And, because the TW15 produces such different frequencies than the TW45, layering the two produced a stunning acoustic sound. (A third track using the TW45s Fishman pickup was probably gilding the lily, but I went for it anyway.) In a jam setting with another acoustic, an acoustic bass, and a drum machine, the TW15 could more than hold its own in terms of volume. The TW15DLX seems equally happy being strummed or fingerpicked, and it cranks out plenty of rich, musical sound. To sum up, this is a great deal on a beautiful, handcrafted acoustic.
Tanglewood TW45DLX-FC4 Whos it for? Acoustic/electric players who want a good-looking, cutaway guitar thats perfectly suited for lead playing. Kudos Nice aesthetics. Great upper-register access. Flexible electronics. Concerns Minor setup issues. Slightly unfocused midrange on big chords. Price $899 retail $699 street
Tanglewood TW15DLX Whos it for? Anyone looking for an attractive, great-sounding twist on a classic dreadnought. Kudos Cool looks. Clean craftsmanship. Loud and sweet tones. Concerns None. Price $849 retail $649 street
Contact Tanglewood Guitars, (866) 335-1352; tanglewoodguitars.com Specs TW45-DLX-FC11/16" nut width 25 3/4"-scale rosewood-on-mahogany set neck Solid Canadian cedar top Solid African mahogany back Laminated mahogany sides High-gloss finish on body/Semi-satin finish on neck Rosewood bridge and fingerboard Bone nut and compensated saddle Gold Grover tuners Fishman Classic 4 pickup/preamp system Factory strings: Elixir.012-.056 4.6 lbs TW15-DLX 1 11/16" nut width 25 3/4"-scale rosewood-on-mahogany set neck Solid Sitka spruce top Solid African mahogany back and sides High-gloss finish on body Semi-satin finish on neck Tortoiseshell binding on body and fretboard Rosewood bridge and fretboard Bone nut and compensated saddle Gold Grover tuners Factory strings: Elixir.012-.056 4.4 lbs
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