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Acoustic-electric Folk/Western guitar from Squier

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  • DaftSystemDaftSystem

    Squier StratacousticPublished on 02/25/09 at 19:41
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    In what country does she makes?

    Made In China

    How many frets, what kind of microphone and their configuration?

    21 frets, Micro Piezo, prampli Fender Fishman CE 301.

    What type of bridge?

    Folk Rosewood bridge type.

    What rglages?

    Rglage a volume and a 3-band EQ (bass, mid, treble)

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is it pleasant?

    Yes very, very similar there is a handle of electric guitar, it is also very heavy, it's the same lment the heaviest of the guitar, which the desquilibre a bit.

    CASC to treble is it easy?

    Yes, with its shape stratode, nothing easier than to climb the 21th frets.

    Ergonomics is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)?

    For an electro-a…
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    In what country does she makes?

    Made In China

    How many frets, what kind of microphone and their configuration?

    21 frets, Micro Piezo, prampli Fender Fishman CE 301.

    What type of bridge?

    Folk Rosewood bridge type.

    What rglages?

    Rglage a volume and a 3-band EQ (bass, mid, treble)

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is it pleasant?

    Yes very, very similar there is a handle of electric guitar, it is also very heavy, it's the same lment the heaviest of the guitar, which the desquilibre a bit.

    CASC to treble is it easy?

    Yes, with its shape stratode, nothing easier than to climb the 21th frets.

    Ergonomics is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)?

    For an electro-acoustic guitar is asser heavy, but this is not Drang. The form is pretty original for an acoustic guitar.

    Do you get a good sound easy?

    May be the rub, APRS, saw its price should not s'tonner, but it remains very accectable. Without amplifying the sound is dry asser little inn run, the sound is not dreaming, I must say.
    That said, once amplified, the sound takes its full extent, he is rich, even sparkling, rather brilliant. I very thunder ft THE FIRST that I buy, what price I was expecting old sound, as worthy as that of a saucepan. And although not all, this guitar is surprising.

    SOUNDS

    Appropriate are your musical style?

    I play many different styles, the guitar sound as neutral and cold, it helps to play almost anything .... APRS rendering is something else ...

    What kind of sound you get and with what rglages ("crystalline", "fat ",....)?

    The EQ is amazing, it works pretty well. After all it is signed Fender. The cuts works perfectly, once frquence cut, we hear more, which can be made interesting. Conversely, a band setting background gives power and roundness of thunder. This allows her to have a very crystalline highs set back, or low power.

    OVERALL OPINION

    For how long have you been using it?

    2 years

    What is the specific feature you like best, the least?

    I like its shape, its look, color (I picked red burgundy). The sound it produces is his weak point, but quickly forgotten once amplified.

    How do you report qualitprix?

    Exelente, it can hardly do better, 150 euros for his guitar could be a toy ... yet his is not one ...

    With exprience, you do again this election?

    Yes, without hesitating ... For more CHRE take leave, I would take from another manufacturer, such as Ovation or Godin.
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