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Solejkushao Solejkushao
Publié le 07/11/10 à 04:09
See Opinion of the specs for dobeulrom without the "tuning machine" (?)
Guitar made in China, produced in homage to a former president of the firm Ibanez.

UTILIZATION

The body is slightly smaller than average for an electro-acoustic folk style. The handle is quite comfortable to play, pulling through high frieze advised otherwise it ...


SOUNDS

The box is shallow, the sound is rather bright with a grain kind of nice.
I manage to get away as well for arpeggios that sound for power chords once connected, it's a versatile guitar with a microphone more than up. EQ bass / treble and volume control on the guitar like a lot of Elecro-acoustic.

OVERALL OPINION

I did travel a lot since 2004 and she holds the stroke well, light and strong (as far as reasonable!). I had tried a lot and I chose it for its size, its look (it attracts attention by its appearance that is both simple and original), and the sound that came out. It seems to me that I had paid around $ 400 CAN Montreal (~ 300 € at the time), but very safe. It is a captivating guitar, no regrets for me!
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