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«  Exeptional! ! But ... »

Published on 01/03/13 at 05:12
Taylor 510 CE lefty finish "Honeyburst"
Passionate guitar player, a few years ago now that I have to support good numbers of singers on stage. I had to think seriously about changing my old Cort MR710. On the other hand, I thought the last few years to pay me a guitar except for my 40th birthday approaching slowly ... and when I did, I was determined to give me a GIBSON HUMMINGBIRD. But when the time came to order, problem: between 6 months and 2 years of delay in GIBSON! ! Especially in lefty! I let myself be seduced by the arguments of the seller guitars Taylor: More modern, more versatile, too expensive, rested in ANY left in 4 months max guaranteed! ! Is not available on the European stock, it took direct control in EL CAJON CALIFORNIA and 3 months later (!), I touched my guitar for 2500 euro! !

UTILIZATION

The guitar is strung with Elixir strings original medium, either 13-56. Always playing on the 10-47, ouch! Hard hard ptits fingers! After a month, I changed to the light, or 12-53. With a lower setting action, fun to play without getting tired is! The handle is exceptionally comfortable and super agreements as single notes. The guitar is very light and access to acute is easy thanks to the cutaway.

SOUNDS

Pure acoustic is "cathedralesque!" ! The sound is fantastic and much better than the HUMMINGBIRD. Much more versatile indeed. The bass is deep and warm, all the frequencies are clear and precise. The instrument vibrates, breathes life! It is a pure feast for the ears. Power is the appointment despite the transition to a smaller pulling strings. In picking or struming, it looks like the guitar is equipped with a compressor / limiter natural. It reacts to the slightest change in intensity. In front of a good studio condenser microphone is happiness ...
Connected on the other hand ... it's big, huge disappointment! The sound is ... I do not even know what to say ... I CORT 350 euros is much better than that! It's a shame, a scandal on a guitar of this price! And I'm not the only one to say ... The scope of mediums is ultra wide and impossible to treat ... I tried many things, combinations ... nothing to do. And when Taylor is connected with "expression system" is unmistakable and it is nothing like the sound of the instrument. It's "cheap" ... a kind of noise pan! ! Yuck! !
So, I went for a "matrix Ellypse blend" in Fishman piezo that combines micro and mini in the body of the instrument. And then: There! Finally! Connected sound almost as good as the studio mic and I weigh my words! ! Farewell Expression System! ! Fishman and thank you! Yet it was easy! Taylor why he persists in a system you almost universally recognized as bad? Anyway ... so I put a note against the five heart because of this ...

OVERALL OPINION

I really love this guitar. She is extraordinary and color "Honeyburst" makes me crack! My advice: Buy a Taylor electronics and do NOT install anything you want. I have all the photos of the installation of the system fishman I installed it myself if interested. And I think I will take a Taylor GS Mini ... certainly ...
Coming soon, pictures of the beautiful ...
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