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grattimini grattimini
Publié le 12/13/06 à 12:29
Cort SF-1E model 2001.
Originally from China, hand made ... And it shows, beautiful finish for 300 Roros
It has a handle 20 cargo that is comfortable to play with a good glide. For he can not stand against the tie rope too high, ie 11-46 or less (I think). And wrong with the old time!
The mechanical honorably, they are pretty good tuning.
For the sound: Fishman classic4 (volume control, brightness, acute, low and medium) and under the micro bridge saddle. Again it's OK
on the other hand I do not know the woods used, but it must be close enough to other SF Price neighbors

UTILIZATION

For the handle, see above!
As a cutaway, access to acute is correct, up to 17 ° box are you after the damage ... hello for me anyway! ~ D
These measurements are pleasant (38-5-8, an hourglass figure!) Do not bother sitting as standing. But the guitar tends to swing to the side of the handle (perhaps normal!) Which created a slight inconvenience of play
His side:
In-acoustic, it sounds it! What's more, the sound is not very balanced (too much midrange compared to the rest!). Dice that tortures the strings the sound is disunited -> Horror. Accompanying it will and arpeggios are discreet.
-Connected is a pleasant surprise awaits you. The modest Fishman completed its function, we have a fairly varied range of sounds! I have a weakness for finger picking and bluesy rhythm!

SOUNDS

Overall yeah. For all that is accompanying song, unplugged (not too boot!)
Otherwise, I am not able to say it's good for the SRV or other, each with its own perception of sound and different tastes! for the rest see just above ...
The small is connected to a Blues Junior and it's pretty decent. No effects in addition
The sound is fat, warm but lacks personality. In a bit of fiddling Fishman, she can do everything in its register (no jazz or metal in order)!

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 6 years and I think change scratching soon! "Santa's Little Helper"
Most of this skyscraper is the handle, the less its disconnection. The problem is that I played a lot of models very correct (about 1000 euros more) and it suffers from the comparison.
This is a guitar homogeneous, which is great for those who want to start in finger-picking.
on the other hand, if I would choose it again over a lag spring is cheaper and better.
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