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  • wargwarg

    Sherwood SH930CEQPublished on 10/03/06 at 07:56
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Place of manufacture unknown, and no site builder.

    - Spruce
    - Cash, in cutaway, arched synthetic (type copy ovation)
    - Channel natto satin varnish to 20 frets
    - Rosewood fingerboard and bridge
    - Mechanical oil bath chrome
    - Electo: 3-Band EQ-505 EQ (high, medium, serious + volume)
    - String D'Addario 12-53
    - Finish with two choices: * decor brown / black flamed + net + beige gloss
    * Setting tobacco / sunburst + net + beige gloss

    UTILIZATION

    - The handle is nice and slides it right
    - Access to acute no problem
    - Ergonomics is:
    - Average of the shape when you play standing
    - Proper weight in
    - Not good for the string height too high for my taste
    (I sol…
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    Place of manufacture unknown, and no site builder.

    - Spruce
    - Cash, in cutaway, arched synthetic (type copy ovation)
    - Channel natto satin varnish to 20 frets
    - Rosewood fingerboard and bridge
    - Mechanical oil bath chrome
    - Electo: 3-Band EQ-505 EQ (high, medium, serious + volume)
    - String D'Addario 12-53
    - Finish with two choices: * decor brown / black flamed + net + beige gloss
    * Setting tobacco / sunburst + net + beige gloss

    UTILIZATION

    - The handle is nice and slides it right
    - Access to acute no problem
    - Ergonomics is:
    - Average of the shape when you play standing
    - Proper weight in
    - Not good for the string height too high for my taste
    (I solved this problem by cutting the stillet 3 mm in height, it
    now exceeds 2 mm from the bridge and now it
    well)
    - For sound, I found it correct, by the rope against the original was
    too hard for my little mimine recovering the guitar, I waited
    6 months following the advice of the seller, to put EXP15 10/47 and won his
    in resonance.

    SOUNDS

    - It suits my style of music (blues, rock, ect ...)
    - In store, I tried it on two amps reference medium budget, the Marshall AS50R
    Laney A1 and multi-effects (which unfortunately has not yet had an opinion on this
    site)
    The sound is crystal with a good record medium / bass on these two animals.
    - Sound not connected, is OK for this size of fund and the harmonics are
    good, all of course for those who love the sound "box plastoc".

    OVERALL OPINION

    - I've had 8 months
    - The pros: The handle and look very nice
    - The -: Difficulty in finding a bag or hard case that fits this
    form without going to "Ov ...." € 120.
    I found the case in Elypse super balance at € 45.
    - Have played 30 years ago, on 6-string classical, folk, electric to finish on
    a 12-string Susuki, hence my preference for the strings near the neck, I was looking for
    this type of guitar playing again.
    - For a guitar I paid € 200 ≈, I find the price / quality ratio very nice,
    is the entry level, do not forget it.
    Also I will not compare with the very big brand that starts with an "O",
    because we do not compare a Porsche with a 2CV.
    - With the experience I would do the same choice knowing that it is a guitar
    transition before returning to power.
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