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- then it is a koréene
he is a tune o matic bridge a
handle fairly fine but not the c jackson or ibanez nan more (and thankfully)
the pickups are Seymour Duncan TB4 bridge and SH1 in the neck
a volume and a 3 position toggle
basswood body maple table
perfect if it is only binding pitit handle would have been perfect but I quibble
bolt on neck (as the one set neck would have been preferable but hey phil .. c who decides and his word is sacred!)
and yes .. provided in a beautiful box crocodile!
- the handle is super nice
the varnish is dull and it's super pleasant because the hand does not catch
24 cases so many possibilities
form even if it remains "gibsonniene" is very ergonomic
that the lower horn is thinner and allows access to sharp acute easier and I find that the general form has more mouth than the original gibson (this is a very personal opinion)
weight is very correct (this is not what a les paul ..)
the sound of live violin making very good quality painting and table are beautiful flamed
have not felt avir a skyscraper at 800 € in the legs
ca is plutots at ranges to 2000 €. it is very good agreement too!
but hey is not that the aesthetic must be sound and also the c or I'm getting ...
- then its good ...
I currently play in a group of DEATH METAL.
I toujour preferé guitars called the old school super eternal form stratabound with floyd rose and emg for this type of music.
I am a mega fan of motorhead since my childhood
So I thought .... go testing ca
So I was received in MI
plugged into a Laboga Mr Hector and a Marshall JCM 800 1987
for cleans in MI:
this is not my area of predilection ...
So for me the clean are very hot right or slamming under the microphones ... I brief dwell on it because no c not my thing ...
for crunches in MI:
then the JCM was happy!
the guitar has a warm and punchy crunch has both
the neck pickup is a treat for the bluesy sound and microphones easel and is pretty sharp and aggressive
for distos in MI:
the c 'was the turn of Laboga to be happy
the microphone stand is an absolute pleasure it is accurate but keeps himself sharp and bold side at a time
the microphone handle is a little behind but nothing serious yet
against by the sonnorité brings back a lot of acute predict therefore a little lower the amp's EQ
I then put in my 0.74 strings luthier for a acordage in SI (I love the strings very hard)
The run was set point and it supports strong tensions
I pass the test for scratches and given in SI disto
So I had already pure as the Seymours do not follow the tuning as low comparré has an EMG ....
bah I'm well planted
AC is accurate, the sound is defined and mega dynamic is pretty amazing
I attack as much as possible and go pretty high tempos and ca ca is not drooling right and it's really great
the neck pickup still loses a little precision and definition
and this still remains acute
So c not because it's a guitar hardeux it can not send the puree!
- Overall Opinion
- I use the guitar for 1 year already!
I had a lot of hand between the model: Dean, Ibanez, Vigier, gibson, jackson ...
but this one my delight of his first test!
what I like most about this grate:
already signing phil because here is .. STONE DEAF FOREVER!
very dynamic mics
what I like least:
value for money is the ultimate and I recommend you go there with eyes closed
I would do this choice rather than two times since I'm going to buy a second ... see me to make a CS
here I hope it was helpful!
- Made Asian country.
Channel 24 Boxes (not 22 as he cried a bit everywhere on the net?), Medium frets.
Nut Tusq black.
Humbucker Seymour Duncan (TB4 in chavalet and Sh-1 in the heats).
Two-way adjustment rod.
Channel Maple (Hard Rock Maple), screwed.
Table flamed maple body with black net and ivory basswood body acajouen.
1 Volume, Pickup Selector 3-position.
- The handle:
perfectly pleasant, very flat impeccable form (mix between a Jackson and Ibanez) not bulging at the back, in weight no worries, no heavier than a jackson so.
The tastes and colors ... the shape is perfect, better than a gibson for me, the horn of the guitar is much more aggressive being thinner and more pointed, so much thinner than the gibson guitar making "the taste of the day" to form at least if I may, of course the guitar is absolutely balanced course, so no worries to play standing (with a very slippery nylon strap if you want).
CCAA treble is simple, knowing that there is still a top, has refined its junction certainly, but still there.
I stand for the following: 27 or 28 years of metal in the fingers (guitar teacher among others),
I play on a Hughes & Kettner Switchblade 100 Combo and a rack for the Chameleon Roctron.
Course is suitable for the metal as manufactured for ..., that said the sound of this guitar there is still very special I must admit, I was very surprised at the power of TB4 (TB4 for Trembucker Many harmonics, warm midrange and treble bright, high output with sustain), very powerful so I had to ride my noise reduction (I did that with this guitar, I had Dean , ESP, Gibson, Ibanez, Jackson, Kramer, ect ... with none other then).
The sound is crystalline and very fat, the bends are extra (a lot of sustain) the gameplay is excellent (the ebony is what is beautiful thing, its always creeps) I understand why Phil Campbell never parted ...
- Overall Opinion
- For value for money:
There is nothing to say is a "real" musical instrument and more "out" from home Lag, believe me, faith is a musician's gear.
loves most, the least?
Most: the shape, balance, sound, black and ivory mesh body, especially one button (volume) and well placed.
The Minus: The sound of Sh1 which lacks presence and overlay key that is too "vintage" to my taste, but so is a signature.
I have therefore in recent months (4 or 5, as the info I Series No. 00085) I used every day in my neighborhood one has 3H (for lapping) I believe makes smoke, as you saw I play a long time and I had a lot of guitars including 3 that I kept for life, my Ibanez Jem77 collectibles, my super Jackson WRMG TBK, and .... Lag my Signature ...... Phil Campbell.