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Publié le 08/25/07 à 11:59
Table in curly maple.
Mahogany back and sides.
Mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard.
Mechanical oil bath chrome GROVER
Cutaway.
Finish: Sunburst
mic and preamp EGUIS mid / treble / bass volume and presence

The table is beautiful.

UTILIZATION

The handle is very big, much like a Gibson.
Access to acute is average but for me this is not essential for this type of electro.

Ergonomics is really excellent, the guitar is very well balanced.

The sound is warm but sorely lacking power. The agreements are great, however. So consider getting an amp to enjoy the beauty.

SOUNDS

This is a good electric guitar for bluesy ballads and other tunes. Basically the top to play the songs from Guns and Roses November Rain or style Do not cry. I play an Ibanez acoustic amp (fairly crappy), but the sound immediatly becomes rounder and deeper. We feel that this guitar has a punch. The réglagles are very precise. Nothing to say for electronics. Finally, it smells really grill and tequila, and good old blues.

OVERALL OPINION

I have this guitar for 4 years. I never tire of yet, it sounds really good. It is very comfortable. I was always takes to train on new tunes. This guitar is that of happiness. In addition the price is very attractive so if you can find this model do not hesitate a moment. It is terrible ...
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