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Publié le 05/10/06 à 08:35
Manufacturing USA
21 frets
Electroacoustic transducer
volume, bass, treble

UTILIZATION

Channel enjoyable
Easy Access in acute until the cargo 16ime
grip
a typical acoustic gibson: a blues sound, a sound folk, a nice ring to it!

SOUNDS

I jou picking, broad agreements with the top of sleeve, mid-handle or solo voicing it with me for 10 years!
Amplifies a Roland AC 60
This is not a Takamine, Yamaha is described above ... it's a Gibson: I do not ask him to be another guitar!

OVERALL OPINION

In 10 years it took to take care of it takes no wrinkles in the passages rgluiers maker ... it's like for your teeth if you want to keep smiling!
I had an Epiphone 1968 before you buy
I jou on Godin, Martin, Takamine and other less desirable but practical on the street.
Question qualitprix report, a guitar, even small, will always be more valuable than electronic machine that dprecie unbelievable speed
Or remorse or regret ... c'tait again if I do it again, the exprience I just learned that it takes time ... Gibson as a one: it gets better with time ... unless it is the guitarist ... going to know?
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