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    A nice folk and electronica that sounds pretty good

    Ovation CK047-FKOAPublished on 11/11/14 at 10:00
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in Korea (1996), a points finish too top (plastic rosette, some minor imperfections).

    Electro OP20

    Solid Koa table (simple designs on mine), high gloss, all very classy, ​​approaching 20 years, no problem wood, varnished or other materials. The instrument has aged very well.

    Crate Lyrachord is really sturdy, small bumps on it have no impact, big advantage over wood.

    UTILIZATION

    Comfortable handle after adjustment (Allen 3/16) and mounting 11/52. on the other hand, it must adapt to the body, especially playing up.

    Excellent access to acute thanks to the cutaway.

    SOUNDS

    I tried long ago a very good Ovation Made in USA, and I find that my "Made in Korea" …
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    Made in Korea (1996), a points finish too top (plastic rosette, some minor imperfections).

    Electro OP20

    Solid Koa table (simple designs on mine), high gloss, all very classy, ​​approaching 20 years, no problem wood, varnished or other materials. The instrument has aged very well.

    Crate Lyrachord is really sturdy, small bumps on it have no impact, big advantage over wood.

    UTILIZATION

    Comfortable handle after adjustment (Allen 3/16) and mounting 11/52. on the other hand, it must adapt to the body, especially playing up.

    Excellent access to acute thanks to the cutaway.

    SOUNDS

    I tried long ago a very good Ovation Made in USA, and I find that my "Made in Korea" does not come out bad, both in electro acoustic sounds .... rather well ... All styles go well, a guitar mat. A very enjoyable to play guitar. And honestly, it's hard to find a difference in sound quality with an American Ovation 1000 €.

    The tuner Led is practical and reliable. The different settings are simple and effective, the OP20 preamp does a very good job. The feedback we hang when the volume exceeds 3/4, but good, normal game I set the pot a little less than half and no worries. This home studio, I have not tested on stage ...!

    OVERALL OPINION

    A slight Verily nice guitar with Ovation LooK (I like it)

    Used for 350 € with his fly box Ovation (+/- € 100 new alone) difficult to find a rival ...
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