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Acoustic-electric Folk/Western guitar from Jm Forest

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  • von krapulaxvon krapulax

    Jm Forest A22EPublished on 07/28/05 at 13:59
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in Vietnam, with great care and delivered SETTLED nickel, short handle shaped auditorium oblige!
    Fishman pre-amp 4, good!

    UTILIZATION

    Channel nickel, very pleasant and facile.Tres grip, well balanced, its surprisingly powerful for such a small box!

    SOUNDS

    It should further picking, but the rhythm does not scare him!
    The sound is very accurate and pretty!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had 8 months and it sounds better and better, I love solo as arpege and rhythms!
    Very good tool that makes jealous!
    Q / p unbeatable!
  • YepafYepaf

    Jm Forest A22EPublished on 03/09/07 at 02:56
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - Not too much info, but apparently quite good ...
    - Pre Amp Fishman 4

    UTILIZATION

    - Manche quite nice to play
    - Access to acute difficulty, no cutaway (but hey, we know by buying it)
    - Exceptional ergonomics I find (for the use I make), since relatively small and lightweight, easily transportable
    - Sound great whatever the style of play ..

    SOUNDS

    - Very nice sounds, either treble, bass, ... For a style ranging from rock sound enough, quieter, in flat or finger picking ... In short, very versatile!
    - It's not a hip which is very good, and I use it mostly without amps
    - It has more beautiful harmonic ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    A purchase that I have neve…
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    - Not too much info, but apparently quite good ...
    - Pre Amp Fishman 4

    UTILIZATION

    - Manche quite nice to play
    - Access to acute difficulty, no cutaway (but hey, we know by buying it)
    - Exceptional ergonomics I find (for the use I make), since relatively small and lightweight, easily transportable
    - Sound great whatever the style of play ..

    SOUNDS

    - Very nice sounds, either treble, bass, ... For a style ranging from rock sound enough, quieter, in flat or finger picking ... In short, very versatile!
    - It's not a hip which is very good, and I use it mostly without amps
    - It has more beautiful harmonic ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    A purchase that I have never regretted in 2 years ... Even the sound gets better over time ... Too bad it has no cutaway.

    A truly exceptional value for money and nothing like compared with other brands in this price range (€ 350 new in 2004)

    The day I buy a guitar, I try again and JM forest! (They have a pretty good jumbo !!^^)
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