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  • kip'onkip'on

    heavy!

    Xavier Petit electro nylonPublished on 02/10/11 at 07:21
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Electro-guitar luthier nylon made in France.
    Finishing almost perfect, better finished all my guitars.
    The woods are of high quality: neck and mahogany body, ebony fingerboard, bone nut and bridge. Satin finish.
    Kluson Tuners, Fishman preamp. Mine has a 3 band equalizer, a brightness control, volume and phase reverse.

    UTILIZATION

    Where's interesting is that I'm pretty electric, and the handle is halfway between a les paul and a Start! So very end, and screwed to the handle. Another pleasant surprise is the heel that is ergonomically cut and smashes into the table (like a PRS) that allow a royal game in the top of the handle.

    SOUNDS

    Suffice to say that I am not an ex…
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    Electro-guitar luthier nylon made in France.
    Finishing almost perfect, better finished all my guitars.
    The woods are of high quality: neck and mahogany body, ebony fingerboard, bone nut and bridge. Satin finish.
    Kluson Tuners, Fishman preamp. Mine has a 3 band equalizer, a brightness control, volume and phase reverse.

    UTILIZATION

    Where's interesting is that I'm pretty electric, and the handle is halfway between a les paul and a Start! So very end, and screwed to the handle. Another pleasant surprise is the heel that is ergonomically cut and smashes into the table (like a PRS) that allow a royal game in the top of the handle.

    SOUNDS

    Suffice to say that I am not an expert in electro.
    We can get sounds very acoustic, but what interested me was to have sounds more "synthetic" type Godin to Sylvain Luc.
    It manages to get it by digging significantly mediums, and hooked up a sound system is the splayfooted, the sound is very good. I think the preamp does not have all the fantasies that Godin has to offer.

    Let me add a caveat that is not the least, the bridge was not working properly (or was wanton guitar?). Harmonics are not resolved on the wound strings and it's a bit false.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 6 months.
    I tried another model, quite different and 4 times more expensive, a Godin acoustic chambers, one can not really compare.
    The look is sublime, there is a guitar luthier very well finished, French (be a little chauvinistic!) And unique!
    Bought € 500, and almost not used (the seller had played 3 or 4 times on stage)
    If it all over again, I would do bah! From
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