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  • BerzinBerzin

    Bee & Billy BBC-233CEQPublished on 06/27/05 at 05:02
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The BBC is 233CEQ an electro-acoustic guitar nylon string made in Korea. Its body is made of a beautiful maple, nicely flamed. She has 19 boxes and a camera cut. Its preamp equalizer offers three banns, volume control and presence. No filter or tuner. The microphone is a piezo under the bridge. The finish is quite nice, but the wood of the handle are not staggering.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is not a model of sweetness, but it is very correct. I think he is against a little thicker. The cutaway allows easy access to acute. It is relatively heavy. Battery replacement is easy.

    SOUNDS

    The sound is not that of a concert guitar. Treble and midrange are doing, but the bass is t…
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    The BBC is 233CEQ an electro-acoustic guitar nylon string made in Korea. Its body is made of a beautiful maple, nicely flamed. She has 19 boxes and a camera cut. Its preamp equalizer offers three banns, volume control and presence. No filter or tuner. The microphone is a piezo under the bridge. The finish is quite nice, but the wood of the handle are not staggering.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is not a model of sweetness, but it is very correct. I think he is against a little thicker. The cutaway allows easy access to acute. It is relatively heavy. Battery replacement is easy.

    SOUNDS

    The sound is not that of a concert guitar. Treble and midrange are doing, but the bass is too discrete. The overall tone is rather banal, even soulless. In electro, we get a sound very metallic, sometimes slamming, some distance from the sound of an acoustic classical guitar. To compensate for this, it is imperative to cut the treble on the amp and the bass boost, otherwise the sound does not play classical without raising the ire of music lovers.

    OVERALL OPINION

    The finish is beautiful, the handle relatively pleasant, but I think we should find better, especially in terms of sound (especially Eletro). Since we played little in the acute classic, I wonder if the cutaway is a good thing because it does not help the sound quality. It remains a proper guitar study. More than the sound, playing comfort premium in this case.
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