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Contrabajo de Cartón!!!!!!In-cre-i-ble !

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Sinceramente con la tension que tienen las cuerdas que posee un contrabajo lo veo muy dudoso el asunto.

Pensa que un amigo agarro un bach gigante en capital y el contrabajo casi lo desnuca cuando se partio.

Habria que ver como esta tratado el asunto de la tension o que cuerdas usa.

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Las cuerdas no son cuerdas como uds piensan...No tienen la tensión de una cuerda de contrabajo obviamente...Ni creo que sean cuerdas realmente

 

Y es real porque el chabon los vende por internet y parece que funciona....hay varios tipos distintos que lo tienen...!

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Digamos que es un chiste,el tipo te vende una caja con un palito y unas cuerdas super blandas.Incluso el slogan es "abrazar el absurdo"o algo asi...

 

Ademas suena porque tiene un piezo,sino no sonaria...

 

 

Igualmente me siento muy identificado por el topic,si bien mis contrabajos son de madera,el que los toca es de cartón...

 

 

saludos

 

 

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Y las palanganas de los negros?

 

 

El washtub bass es un instrumento casi folckorico de los Afroamericanos...

 

 

 

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

 

 

The washtub bass, or "gutbucket," is a stringed instrument used in American folk music that uses a metal washtub as a resonator. Although it is possible for a washtub bass to have four or more strings and tuning pegs, traditional washtub basses have a single string whose pitch is adjusted by pushing or pulling on a staff or stick to change the tension.

 

The washtub bass was used in jug bands that were popular in some African Americans communities in the early 1900s. In the 1950s, British skiffle bands used a variant called a Tea chest bass, and during the 1960s, US folk musicians used the washtub bass in jug band-influenced music.

 

Variations on the basic design are found around the world, particularly in the choice of resonator. As a result there are many different names for the instrument including the "gas-tank bass," "barrel bass," "box bass" (Trinidad), "bush bass" (Australia), "babatoni" (South Africa), "tingotalango" (Cuba), "tulòn" (Italy), "laundrophone" and others.

 

The hallmarks of the traditional design are simplicity, very low cost and do-it-yourself construction, leading to its historical association with lower economic classes. These factors also make it quite common for modern-day builders to promote modifications to the basic design, such as adding a finger board, pedal, electronic pickup, drum head, or making the staff immovable.

 

 

saludos

 

 

g

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Sinceramente con la tension que tienen las cuerdas que posee un contrabajo lo veo muy dudoso el asunto.

Pensa que un amigo agarro un bach gigante en capital y el contrabajo casi lo desnuca cuando se partio.

Habria que ver como esta tratado el asunto de la tension o que cuerdas usa.

 

 

El sonido q tiene parece de cuerda floja, si tuviera semejante tensión se dobla la cajita :P

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