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  • Yamaha GCX31CPublished on 04/09/06 at 13:54
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - Made in Japan
    - Carastéristiques: (watch the eyes!) Solid spruce from europe / Back & Sides Solid Indian Rosewood / Mahogany / ebony / rosewood bridge / The lifts are of fantastic quality, never seen that! It exudes strength and precision. The buttons are of a material that evokes the ivory, but it must be a variety of bakelite, something like that ... The finishing of the guitar is flawless!
    - Preamp: micro piezo under-saddle of the bridge air + micro house. Volume controls, microphone mixing, 3 band EQ, midrange frequency control, phase switch

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very nice, easy ... Action / low profile flat, ideal

    SOUNDS

    The sound is very upscale. Immediately, it......
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    - Made in Japan
    - Carastéristiques: (watch the eyes!) Solid spruce from europe / Back & Sides Solid Indian Rosewood / Mahogany / ebony / rosewood bridge / The lifts are of fantastic quality, never seen that! It exudes strength and precision. The buttons are of a material that evokes the ivory, but it must be a variety of bakelite, something like that ... The finishing of the guitar is flawless!
    - Preamp: micro piezo under-saddle of the bridge air + micro house. Volume controls, microphone mixing, 3 band EQ, midrange frequency control, phase switch

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very nice, easy ... Action / low profile flat, ideal

    SOUNDS

    The sound is very upscale. Immediately, it snaps! The momentum is there, the grain too. The sound is very balanced, very defined, very precise. But it is also ... beautiful!
    This is a Japanese (and spruce), it is rather clear and bright as warm and flattering, but given the quality of the wood it should age well!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I do not have: I tried it at some length on several occasions, and I had to reference it! It is possible that I buy ... If I find the money! (About 1800 euros)
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