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" A guitar character"

Applause AE28Published on 04/08/13 at 00:04
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This is a sub-brand of Guitar Ovation, clean look to the brand, arched back, straight neck, and sound.

There are several models with different crayon black, beige, red, gray etc ... it has a relatively narrow arched back but unlike the Ovation has the widest back.

The neck is thin and comfortable, close to the power which can make for some advantage as a disadvantage for others.

UTILIZATION

The sound is very good, as the finish of this guitar, very good mechanical accuracy and maintains very good agreement.

Access to acute is good with cutting the body, more accessible than conventional electro.

Electronic level is the simple can it be its weak point.

There is nothing......
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This is a sub-brand of Guitar Ovation, clean look to the brand, arched back, straight neck, and sound.

There are several models with different crayon black, beige, red, gray etc ... it has a relatively narrow arched back but unlike the Ovation has the widest back.

The neck is thin and comfortable, close to the power which can make for some advantage as a disadvantage for others.

UTILIZATION

The sound is very good, as the finish of this guitar, very good mechanical accuracy and maintains very good agreement.

Access to acute is good with cutting the body, more accessible than conventional electro.

Electronic level is the simple can it be its weak point.

There is nothing extraordinary about a tone and volume controls the internal microphone.

For electric guitar it will make you happy, you will not be disoriented, it is his strong point, it is very close to that of an electric acoustics.

SOUNDS

It adapts to any style if adjustment is made and appropriate, I used it in various style, afro jazz, classical, rock, traditional music, in brief various possibilities is she played her role perfectly.

She still has an advantage in a more Pop, Rock, Country because it has a metallic sound that can not be found in this type of guitar back arched and making it.

OVERALL OPINION

In short, this is a very good electric guitar I own since 1997, it is to say, it is always faithful to my needs, and I had the opportunity to play on guitar and various Ovation and elsewhere on the sound is not the same, let's goal, but it was not a shame given the price of 2.

So this is a very very good Value / Price of found difficult now, but if you found a used does not hesitate.
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Applause AE28Published on 11/13/04 at 12:36
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Korean made Ovation Licensed.
Cheap, not too labore at the Electronic: passive (no battery down ;-) rglages 2: Volume and Tone.
The body is sewn like Ovation guitars.
It is well built and well finished, mine never moves.

UTILIZATION

The handle is plutt enjoyable.
Regarding Access in acute, well ... is an electro-acoustic neither more nor less than others.
Despite the cash sewn, it is comfortable, even while sitting.
Without the plug, it sounds good dj.
Once connected, it does a good job but there will be no choice in terms of legalization.
Personally, I use a Boss AD-5 and it's really good.

In conclusion: an entry level guitar but Designed and manufactured goods.
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Korean made Ovation Licensed.
Cheap, not too labore at the Electronic: passive (no battery down ;-) rglages 2: Volume and Tone.
The body is sewn like Ovation guitars.
It is well built and well finished, mine never moves.

UTILIZATION

The handle is plutt enjoyable.
Regarding Access in acute, well ... is an electro-acoustic neither more nor less than others.
Despite the cash sewn, it is comfortable, even while sitting.
Without the plug, it sounds good dj.
Once connected, it does a good job but there will be no choice in terms of legalization.
Personally, I use a Boss AD-5 and it's really good.

In conclusion: an entry level guitar but Designed and manufactured goods.

SOUNDS

Plutt dynamic sound (see mtalique) but not dsagrable. I used it in a rock band for a few pieces ... Now I used a lot to work alone.
With AD-5, directly on a console, a trs sounds really good.

OVERALL OPINION

I have 4 years, I do not really regret: a good RAPORT quality / price.
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  • Manufacturer: Applause
  • Model: AE28
  • Category: Acoustic-electric Folk/Western guitars
  • Added in our database on: 10/04/2003

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