« Good, but expensive »Publié le 08/24/10 à 13:10
ebony 19 frets
refined spruce top, cutaway at 16 cargo, black edging
Bubinga back and sides
Preamp: Fisherman Prefix ProBlend
Heavier than the version Condes, the handle remains the same, pleasant, slightly narrower than a classic, it still remains balanced.
Access to acute is easy.
Without amp, because the table is fine, the projection is excellent. I selected 3 sets of strings that enhance its character bossa: GENWTA Giannini, D'Addario Pro Arte ej48 and Rotosound. And crystal clear treble, deep bass, the "spectrum" is broad.
I have not made great because I use the preamp with a small amp (quiet neighbors ....
The final report of the Bossa predestined for the classic it is doing pretty well despite its Latin.
I acquired it for 1 year to replace a 2008 model rosewood. She was sent to emergency replacement under warranty. She was still full of sawdust and although planned for a new series of 120, the house has not had time to dial! I do not think ultimately that the series has been completely edited (to verify). It's a good acquisition: the sound is very pleasant, uneventful ergonomics, quality workmanship revised upwards (and incidentally his signature Lavillier is nice).
Shortly after receiving the Blues Valley and has announced more than 1000 euros, but the ad has a very short time period. It's still very expensive compared to competition.