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FlyingJack FlyingJack
Publié le 06/06/06 à 09:48
SERIES Artwood
Made in China
Frets: 20 (cutaway)
Finish: Natural
Fingerboard: Rosewood, included "tree of life"
Top: Solid Spruce
Body: Mahogany
Hardware: Dorbr /> Micro: Fishman Sonicore
Pr-amp: AEQ SS (4-track equalizer, volume, phase, state of the battery indicator)
Power supply: 9V battery
Accessories: Ibanez guitar comes with a cl Allen (tension bar of the handle), a saddle bridge and an ankle replacement and
two rubber shims.

UTILIZATION

It's been a while that I was flying so I reminds me more too, but in my memory stick silent rather thin and comfortable (in the words of Previous commentator), and much more ergonomist than the Ibanez Talman I have right now ...
I had the pan so I got shot down pretty low, but my amateur empch me to be able to fully exploit this particular feature ...
On a good template (I The Talman is much thinner), reminds me I have had a little trouble standing up to play ... But like I said, I beginners, and I needed to watch my round the era ^ ^
Otherwise, RAS, a rgal same ...

SOUNDS

Playing only the acoustic guitar that I liked, especially when I pass over in Elixir, tiran way reminds me much if I ...
Its fairly crystalline origin, mdiums hair on top, but (in my memory forever ...) the rich sound of bass and treble coming up any a. ..
I have not had a chance to test it on the amp, I Intgr my group that later ... (P ***** thieves ... 500 dpenss a jewel for me to fly APRS 4 months ...)

OVERALL OPINION

Well, for all I rcappter prcdemment said I could use it only four months ...
I had had in total to 500, with house, cover, fast freight, med, metronome, mthodes, strings, tuner, etc ... What the total ^ ^
This sduit me most is the finish ... Dor pearly etc ... Trs beautiful view ...
And once in hand, the sound I was finally choose the DCID ...
It does not seem to have hold of ngatif point, if not the constant fear of damaging ... But did not;)
I tried many guitars before (Cort, Ibanez and Yam), but I stayed indcis.
Too new to guitar to be able to choose on the technical side, I opt for Aesthetics!
Quality price, who can afford it, it's a good buy trs I find ...
And now that the bank account again smile at me, I will redeem myself trs certainly the one taking the new MODEL, with PreAmp and XLR ...
I will certainly support the purchase by that of an amplifier Ibanez Troubadour TA35, I would say that a given!
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