Made in Korea
20 frets, micro? I do not know
volume settings + low + mid + treble + 1 LED battery level
handle seems a little at a standard Ibanez
The handle is a pleasure, not too thick, not too round,
Ergonomics is good, the guitar stands out nicely on the thigh
the sound is cool, but with a metal strand
do not hesitate to play with a little force to take it.
Well I'm not a pro, if the song is too tired I crossed, it's not a scratch electric ..
What is difficult is changing the battery, take off the ropes and go through the eye of rose, not really practical and hope that this does not happen if you practice in public!
I play blues and some jazz, goes well with the guitar.
I use a Roland Jazz Chorus amp, the two go well, but I
a little difficult to have "big bass" to the "fat", the guitar still tends
on the lens and clears a bit low.
For all the songs that sound is really clear in against suitable connected or unplugged.
I have about 10 years.
I had taken for its clear sound and look, I love it!
At the time I had compared to a Takamine and a standing ovation, the choice was quickly
did for jazz and blues, I did not like the sound of the other two, too ...
how to say "too clean, too well of themselves."
Now I do not know if I would do the purchase, it is great, but there is progress in and then the battery manufacturers to change ..... but I do not ask, I keep it as it can.
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