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Tone Chamber System (TCS)

Discussion in 'Warwick - Custom Shop' started by xkomo, Sep 11, 2009.

  1. xkomo

    xkomo

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    First of all I would like to say hi to all warwick addicts!
    I am thinking of buying a custom shop 5 string jazzman with an extra thin neck, piezo bridge pickup and afzelia as front top wood. On the pricelist I have read about TCS. I ve never had the chance to listen to a "tcs bass".
    Is there anyone who could give me some information about this choice?
    Ah, and by the way what do you think about my CS project?
     
  2. ~SuperSkunk~

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    I have an infinity TCS. I think it sounds great...... Unfortunately I dont have any videos with that bass, only a recording:
    SINCE (TIME) - Where Is My Mind (Cover)
    If you are still interested maybe I can find the time for a video demo.
     
  3. xkomo

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    I would love it if you could prepare a demostration video of the bass. Thanks!
     
  4. Doog

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    I have a Dolphin SN with the TCS. That bass sounds great, but I can't what effect the TCS has since you can't get that bass without it.
     
  5. Grgzilla

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    From what I understand,the TCS gives more resonance while trapping,or accentuating certain frequencies,depending on where the chambers are located & their size.
     
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