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Epiphone Masterbilt AJ-500RE
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Epiphone Masterbilt AJ-500RE

Acoustic-electric Folk/Western guitar from Epiphone belonging to the AJ series.

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Epiphone Masterbilt AJ-500REPublished on 06/16/08 at 07:00
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Assembled in China with the matrial and SPECIFICATIONS luthiers of Epiphone / Gibson and control the United States for a purchase price o really gun for a guitar of this quality.
The matrial is the high-end finishes and vintage impcables.esthtique trsrussie
Picea-table from StiK massif.
Clisse-back and solid Indian rosewood.
Mahogany one-pice, rosewood fingerboard, 20 medium jumbo frets.
Easel rosewood, bone nut.
-Grover, trs good performance of the agreement.
Micro-piezo under the saddle, Bagg LR-prampli without qualiseur or volume, small weak point of the guitar. (Which I think is a first acoustic)
- Another small default: the sensor is placed under the saddle without......
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Assembled in China with the matrial and SPECIFICATIONS luthiers of Epiphone / Gibson and control the United States for a purchase price o really gun for a guitar of this quality.
The matrial is the high-end finishes and vintage impcables.esthtique trsrussie
Picea-table from StiK massif.
Clisse-back and solid Indian rosewood.
Mahogany one-pice, rosewood fingerboard, 20 medium jumbo frets.
Easel rosewood, bone nut.
-Grover, trs good performance of the agreement.
Micro-piezo under the saddle, Bagg LR-prampli without qualiseur or volume, small weak point of the guitar. (Which I think is a first acoustic)
- Another small default: the sensor is placed under the saddle without the groove depth t is the nut so that the nut engaged n'tant enough that it tends to lg rately at an angle. (I changed mine to have APRS regroove the groove and everything is back to normal.)

UTILIZATION

Channel Profile plutt c end (43mm at nut) the action is low enough original and the game is enjoyable trs.
Access in acute is the limit when all of a guitar without a cutaway. (with pan shot, I put 10/10 ...)
weight to a lightweight template infrieur just that of a dreadnought, as "sewn shoulder."
Acoustic sound is amazing, although electro that the system is of good quality, it takes a little play on SETTING THE amp to compensate for the absence of qualiseur because the sound is naturally a bit dry.
I must say that I chose this guitar mainly for its acoustic qualities, using the microphone qu'occasionellement.

SOUNDS

This guitar just suit almost any style of music, blues, rock, pop rock and folk biensr, play with fingers or mditor.
trs rich sound spectrum.
low both deep, almost dark, warm and beautifully Dfine with a grain that gives it a unique characters (sound of rosewood) crunchus of mediums and full of harmonic and crystalline highs this with hope a super sustain and projection for a thunderous guitar using a template.

OVERALL OPINION

Bought a few months ago with United States, in consultation with the APRS criticism logieuses (amricaines as nonexistent in France) I t really sduit by its sound and its ease of playing, its just that we still amlior (in addition to the action of time) by installing a saddle rack and handle Tusq: you win still sustain and crunchy, the spectrum is better balanced and the bass a little less forward.
I tried several occasion and brands MODELS: Takamine (not enough characters) ovation (not packed in the crate rsine) Guild, and even Martin (nice handle less ), I still had the memory of a Gibson J45, which had scotch and we are frankly in the sprit for a purchase price divided by 3.
a guitar with superb tone and trs enjoyable to play, that sounds REALLY like a guitar 3 times CHRE. (Purchase price around 700 euros in France) I urge all lovers of acoustic forcment is not breaking the bank.
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  • Manufacturer: Epiphone
  • Model: Masterbilt AJ-500RE
  • Series: AJ
  • Category: Acoustic-electric Folk/Western guitars
  • Added in our database on: 06/10/2008

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