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Applause AE32Published on 07/05/03 at 12:18
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Made in S-Korea
The pick-up is a simple Piezo with tone-control+volume+4mm connector.
The neck is quite narrow so many people who have tried it compare it to the handling of an electric guitar.

UTILIZATION

The handle is tough enough to play.
The special shape provides a comfortable game trs Assia, by standing against the guitar tends to rotate because of its roundness.
The sound is quite unique in the cash Contents synthetic is not for nothing!
Nanmoins if it is for an instrument of class ca does.

SOUNDS

Despite an electronic frugal I think I can record better than micro made on other poorly made instruments. On the console you have to cut the treble a bit serious is voila.......
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Made in S-Korea
The pick-up is a simple Piezo with tone-control+volume+4mm connector.
The neck is quite narrow so many people who have tried it compare it to the handling of an electric guitar.

UTILIZATION

The handle is tough enough to play.
The special shape provides a comfortable game trs Assia, by standing against the guitar tends to rotate because of its roundness.
The sound is quite unique in the cash Contents synthetic is not for nothing!
Nanmoins if it is for an instrument of class ca does.

SOUNDS

Despite an electronic frugal I think I can record better than micro made on other poorly made instruments. On the console you have to cut the treble a bit serious is voila.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 20 years. The ratio q \ p is good. Maintenent it reaches the end of life. The frets are a spinal us, it was out of etuis are all the time, and my kids had fun ...
In the context of the era I would do the same choice.
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  • Manufacturer: Applause
  • Model: AE32
  • Category: Acoustic-electric Folk/Western guitars
  • Added in our database on: 04/11/2003

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Other names: ae 32, ae32

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