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omeglass64 omeglass64
Publié le 04/22/06 à 01:13
Made in USA
Electro acoustic guitar to the sleek look and the perfect finish
Shallow crate
pica massive table
key bne
20 frets
easel bne
Slimline with sensitive micro rglage
rglage volume of 7 successive stages with increasing attack

UTILIZATION

Channel trs fine and fast with a very nice touch and fluid
Guitar lgre handy thanks its small size
In the acoustic sound is correct. (Lack can be a little low because body size)
Amp on that branch of it was the sound IMMEDIATE

SOUNDS

Tres guitar balance
I play on Fender Twin and The VOX Tonelab.

The sound is powerful, treble and bass are mdium dtours very well, and rhythmic slap well prsence extraordinary note note
The rglages on the guitar are the limits of the volume and it suits me well because very simple.

OVERALL OPINION

High-end guitar that is affordable opportunity
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