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Published on 09/29/07 at 07:57
Value For Money : Excellent
This is a Korean-made guitar
21 frets
4 micro Fisherman Classic
rglage (on edge) of the volume and 3 band EQ (High, mids, bass)

UTILIZATION

The neck is fast and enjoyable
CHAC is easy to acute until the 16-17me cargo
and it is lgre agrble
We obtain immediately a good sound but you have to pay attention to feedback from dparts lorqu'on played with an amp. apart quickly! It is good to have a rose farm in this configuration

SOUNDS

She does everything!
I play both rock and roll, as the folk ballad or with

OVERALL OPINION

has many years now I have and I do not regret it.
before that I had an electro-acoustic guitar and Fender sounded MUCH less while quoting more expensive! Fender thank you!

This guitar is not expensive, it is well produced and sounds great!
This is an excellent report that qualitprix dcevra not someone who wants a good guitar frankly cheap!

I tried a lot of MODELS (even CATEGORY manufacturing, price, look ...) and she tapp in oeuil and in the ear.

I do it again this choice without hsiter!
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