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  • solo84solo84

    Hohner EBCE EbonyPublished on 07/12/07 at 09:21
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Electro-classical guitar cutaway.
    Top: solid spruce
    Sides & Back: striped ebony, ebony fingerboard, mechanical golden ebony buttons, rosette pattern "striped" with alternating pearl and ebony.
    Supplied in hard case sky dark brown, rather class!
    Preamp: Shadow P7 EQ with integrated antilarsen.
    The finishes are very neat but not perfect. A few minor flaws here and there, but must put the nose on it, nothing really annoying.

    UTILIZATION

    Access to acute no problem, cutaway oblige! The handle is correct, no barriers .. For cons, I would say that this is not necessarily an easy guitar! ... She does not forgive the approximation. No, I do not want to exaggerate: I am doing ver…
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    Electro-classical guitar cutaway.
    Top: solid spruce
    Sides & Back: striped ebony, ebony fingerboard, mechanical golden ebony buttons, rosette pattern "striped" with alternating pearl and ebony.
    Supplied in hard case sky dark brown, rather class!
    Preamp: Shadow P7 EQ with integrated antilarsen.
    The finishes are very neat but not perfect. A few minor flaws here and there, but must put the nose on it, nothing really annoying.

    UTILIZATION

    Access to acute no problem, cutaway oblige! The handle is correct, no barriers .. For cons, I would say that this is not necessarily an easy guitar! ... She does not forgive the approximation. No, I do not want to exaggerate: I am doing very well with when I'm a guitarist 3rd order! But left hand side, as soon as it strays too far frieze freight lower and right hand side, we must learn to balance between the finger and its end. I think it's a good guitarist will love the precision that will give him the guitar, the minute nuances and it shows. Not recommended for a beginner!

    Note: Although the mechanics did nothing extraordinary, it is given! Sometimes I go out of his wallet after one week and I hardly need to correct the tuning! Nice ...

    SOUNDS

    I tried a Takamine to 700 euros: it is slightly more accurate, but the Hohner rounder, warmer. Prudencio Saez I tried one at 635 euros, it had personality, but the sound while medium does not really competed with it ...

    It has a balanced sound, this full-spectrum, except that the high-acute lack a bit of shine. Mediums are MA-GNI-cific, with a full sound, a subtle woody tone, with a grain very musical and very "end", especially good at it! I've never tried a skyscraper that had the stamp. In arpeggio in the media, it does GRAVE. The bass is crisp, full ... The highs are more crystalline, but a bit veiled yet ... This is a guitar you need to know to get the best!

    The amp is powerful (with Shadows Q7 volume, sub-bass, bass, med, treble, presence and antilarsen). The electro sound is good, the roundness of the mediums and clarity of the stamps goes well with amplification.

    Added after 1 year of use: Very good electro sound, because the preamp magnifies the treble when they lack a little unplugged. Top Notch: a condenser microphone in front of the cash out + electro, sending all on two different tracks are obtained taken very professional, ie:
    - A sound that has its own emotion
    - But staying clean and well-defined
    - Above that mixes easily!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it now for four months. In addition to carastéristiques mentioned above, I liked this look vaguely African (ebony, tigrures) ... The back is beautiful, chocolate-colored ... This guitar has character, I think.
    The value is in my opinion very good.
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