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Jeff Willorun Jeff Willorun
Publié le 01/18/09 à 04:33
Manufactured in China, The characteristics, see notice prcedent.
The table is made of mahogany plywood and a lighter wood (seen by the West).
The bottom and are fishplates lamin.Le mahogany neck is mahogany and rosewood (probably in several parts of o painting.
For the interior light, one can say that the assembly is made srieusement, finishing and painting too, the look is original black paint and puts rsonateur value.

UTILIZATION

The original microphone gave her too "electric," I replaced by a 10/43 Schaller,
which gives a sound closer to what is expected of this type of instrument.
Without the plug, it sounds very WO "Resonator" and powerful enough (I only play slide, open IM) despite the small size of the box and I replaced the strings origin by Martin 13/56 and it still times mieux.Une Schaller branch with the microphone, the sound is very good, sounds good "Dobro", even if we play hard enough, there some predominant heterostandardized treble is probably the small size of the fund (held in a tui classical guitar). With the original microphone, the sound is okay, but a little agressif.Je directly affects the sound, through a triple pedal Morley who also prampli without changing the sound.

SOUNDS

Suitable done everything I was looking for (blues and folksongs).
It should perhaps be a little more bass, but the character of the instrument.
To conclude, this instrument has a `A veritable character and a quality-price ratio (300) remarquable.C is an example of guitar manufactures of the materials with" cheap "but that sounds good A bit like Danelectro.

OVERALL OPINION

I've had one and I use it often, it is a fair and reliable instrument.
I love her, just under the couleur.J 've tried before a dobro mtal the same mark-and-dear to me is far Swamp Stomper multimdia.
In conclusion, this instrument has a `A veritable character and a quality-price ratio (300) remarquable.C is an example of guitar manufactures of the materials with" cheap "but sound good A bit like Danelectro.Ce dobro well deserves 9 / 10 and I look twice before replacing it.
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