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Applause AE26Published on 10/27/08 at 13:08
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Manufacture under license Corenne ovation (Kaman) of very fine quality back with "deep bowl" in lyracord alas too smooth. A basic pizzo Kaman rglages with two basic: gain and tone. The handle end is very pleasing. The cutaway allows perfect ACCS to high notes. Trs: Mechanical perfect without play beautiful satin black lacquer on the fretboard. Cordier simple style ovation.

UTILIZATION

The acoustic sound is good probably because of the deep tank. For cons, the piezo wanders over to the fund which causes noise dsagrables. Branch, the piezo proves very "dry" (as all piezzos basic) and ncessite a correction to bring the "round" sound. The location of the jack is not wise to 2 / 3 of the......
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Manufacture under license Corenne ovation (Kaman) of very fine quality back with "deep bowl" in lyracord alas too smooth. A basic pizzo Kaman rglages with two basic: gain and tone. The handle end is very pleasing. The cutaway allows perfect ACCS to high notes. Trs: Mechanical perfect without play beautiful satin black lacquer on the fretboard. Cordier simple style ovation.

UTILIZATION

The acoustic sound is good probably because of the deep tank. For cons, the piezo wanders over to the fund which causes noise dsagrables. Branch, the piezo proves very "dry" (as all piezzos basic) and ncessite a correction to bring the "round" sound. The location of the jack is not wise to 2 / 3 of the back which is sometimes Gnant. I loved that guitar until my forty years since I had a relatively flat stomach! Dsormais with the belly of the fifties and it becomes impossible to play up! The box runs consistently on my belly. Ms. seated lyracord very smooth grip offers no sre; must jam the guitar under the chin!

SOUNDS

The handle end ncessite fingers rather thin! Prs strings very easy of handle bars provided without curling. Strangely it has a nicer sound than acoustic branch, the pizzo does not render the subtleties of sound.

OVERALL OPINION

I have this guitar for 25 years! She has not moved a hair. The table has a little yellowed it! The biggest complaint is that damn rounded back and it requires a perfectly flat stomach to play! The deep bowl does not help ... In the era of mfiant me back plastic, I ordered a jasmine wood edge well but alas, y 'had more! I was instead sent it to the 2000F with tui ovation, please! So a report qualitprix excellent. If c'tait again I will not go back round!
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  • Manufacturer: Applause
  • Model: AE26
  • Category: Acoustic-electric Folk/Western guitars
  • Added in our database on: 07/08/2005

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