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Epiphone Dave Navarro "Jane"
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  • DarkMachinDarkMachin

    A love 6 strings

    Epiphone Dave Navarro "Jane"Published on 08/08/13 at 03:33
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in Indonesia

    Dreadnought
    Cutaway
    Solid spruce
    Background in solid mahogany
    Sides Mahogany
    Mahogany glued
    Ebony fingerboard
    Inlays Abalone & Pearl
    Scale: 648mm
    Nut Width: 42.7 mm
    Microphone preamplifier with eSonic

    UTILIZATION

    Not particularly heavy, but not light, it offers, in the form of a very good access to acute.

    the built-in tuner is very effective! Note the presence of a stage button that apparently allows to transfer the worries of buzz, but I have not been useful. The eq has a bass adjustment and effective treble. However, I regret the lack of a middle setting that will have been well worth ...

    touch is very nice, but in the bends, I hav…
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    Made in Indonesia

    Dreadnought
    Cutaway
    Solid spruce
    Background in solid mahogany
    Sides Mahogany
    Mahogany glued
    Ebony fingerboard
    Inlays Abalone & Pearl
    Scale: 648mm
    Nut Width: 42.7 mm
    Microphone preamplifier with eSonic

    UTILIZATION

    Not particularly heavy, but not light, it offers, in the form of a very good access to acute.

    the built-in tuner is very effective! Note the presence of a stage button that apparently allows to transfer the worries of buzz, but I have not been useful. The eq has a bass adjustment and effective treble. However, I regret the lack of a middle setting that will have been well worth ...

    touch is very nice, but in the bends, I have a strange feeling, as if the key was "rough", not annoying but special, I had never felt that no power on.

    SOUNDS

    I usually officiates in the deathcore and other pranks granted under brutal, but it's been a while that I want a electro acoustic to examine me again of the things Mimi, record my acoustic parties without VST and leave aside for my plectrum work only with fingers. Well I think I found one that will accompany me during the next 20 years!

    A cutaway to enter the small solo to Tenacious D, good bass accompaniments to these agreements, I have everything I need!

    Once connected, the microphone does its job well, without dulling the sound. The eq is very effective and does not gadget (not like other models I tested). is lime, sweet, pleasant and enchanting. Coupled with a chorus that is nirvana! free word games of course ^ ^

    OVERALL OPINION

    I tried other models from Yamaha and Fender in this price range, but nothing that I have transcended ... I rubbed granny for signature Ovation DJ Ashba ... dung without a name! a touch on the edge of the digital breach of the Geneva Convention, using a microphone hidden misery for his acoustic deplorable ... all the money was spent in the decor (very nice by the way) and the signature ...

    None of that here! For the record, it is the aesthetic side that pushed me to try (merchandising kill us all ^ ^) and I took a slap!

    She is beautiful, sweet pleasant to grip, well balanced and sounds of the fire god.

    Only small downside, the paint scratches easily and abide with the imprint of your paws with pleasure ^ ^ and also the famous middle knob missing but surely I quibble.

    A value for money, very honest to me, an aesthetic to cry Apollo himself (I'll probably marry pickgard shortly) accompanying a warm and pleasant sound, with or without amplifiers.

    Not a gadget, a real instrument, I hope you learn to cherish like me ^ ^

    I redo this direct choice closed if my poor darling had to be stolen or damaged eyes.


    Thank you for reading me.
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