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  • nonozinonozi

    Guild GAD-30EPublished on 10/25/08 at 00:55
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Chinese manufacturing
    Fishman
    no rglage on the guitar (there is no evidence that it is electro!)
    the guitar is really nice and the finish is good.
    Comes with a very nice vintage hard case.
    I had a clown opinion made-in-the china I came back.

    UTILIZATION

    Channel pleasant but not exeptional. I find it a bit wide.
    CASC to acute not easy but it did not pan shot.
    It is trslgre and small (it very pleasing).
    Action is correct.

    SOUNDS

    In acoustics:
    It has a well caractristique I find (after you had other Takamine guitars, Martin HD28, standing ovation). Sure it is not martin HD28V I had but the sound is good and well balanced. Given the small box I thought no…
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    Chinese manufacturing
    Fishman
    no rglage on the guitar (there is no evidence that it is electro!)
    the guitar is really nice and the finish is good.
    Comes with a very nice vintage hard case.
    I had a clown opinion made-in-the china I came back.

    UTILIZATION

    Channel pleasant but not exeptional. I find it a bit wide.
    CASC to acute not easy but it did not pan shot.
    It is trslgre and small (it very pleasing).
    Action is correct.

    SOUNDS

    In acoustics:
    It has a well caractristique I find (after you had other Takamine guitars, Martin HD28, standing ovation). Sure it is not martin HD28V I had but the sound is good and well balanced. Given the small box I thought not having such a good record but it sounds!
    In Electro:
    I tried to "electro" on my table and amplifies yamaha speakers HK Audio and AC pte! (I think Fishman is for sth ...)
    For rock, blues, country guitar that AC does!
    I think it has nothing to do with a standing ovation: the sound of the gad 30E has the character, not like the ovation (my opinion)

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's been a week since I have. The report is very good qualitprix I think. I bought for 500 euros and this price is more than correct.
    My goal of having a silent electro for group play and also itches in my living room acoustics without necessarly rendering very powerful but frankly it's more than enough powerful acoustic and electro ca d Chiri and even when the price is good. It's small, lightweight AC is pleasant (too bad there is no possibility of putting a strap to play standing up).
    I had tried that in qq silent "in love" with her GAD 30E and I snapped, not by trying dcu so yes I will ever be the choice.
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