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  • Sweet and Hot

    Art & Lutherie Wild CherryPublished on 04/13/12 at 03:41
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Fabrqiué in Canada.
    Easel, walnut fixed
    Handle, maple walnut button.
    Micor Piezo
    Preamp EPM Quantum EQ: 3 band EQ and volume

    UTILIZATION

    Channel Pleasant
    Ergonomic, lightweight but bulky (normal for an electroacoustic)
    Access to acute, not easy
    The sound is good but not strong (not connected)

    SOUNDS

    For walks, campfire music style, or Arpege crazy YES.
    Medium-pitched sound beautiful in acute low.

    OVERALL OPINION

    - How long do you use?
    about 1998, I have always

    - Did you tried many other models before buying it?
    Has made in the time I did not know very well play so reluctant to make a demo in the store, I asked the seller to test it for me to play guitar......
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    Fabrqiué in Canada.
    Easel, walnut fixed
    Handle, maple walnut button.
    Micor Piezo
    Preamp EPM Quantum EQ: 3 band EQ and volume

    UTILIZATION

    Channel Pleasant
    Ergonomic, lightweight but bulky (normal for an electroacoustic)
    Access to acute, not easy
    The sound is good but not strong (not connected)

    SOUNDS

    For walks, campfire music style, or Arpege crazy YES.
    Medium-pitched sound beautiful in acute low.

    OVERALL OPINION

    - How long do you use?
    about 1998, I have always

    - Did you tried many other models before buying it?
    Has made in the time I did not know very well play so reluctant to make a demo in the store, I asked the seller to test it for me to play guitar songs on each of my price range. about 5. I knew no brand has the time

    - What is the feature that you like most and least?
    + The sound is beautiful,
    -But it does not sound hard.
    It does not sound loud when they told me here, (while it's true) I wanted to respond and then it is an electroacoustic you want it louder OK branch.
    And such that vacuum sound is soft and warm, not slamming or glossy soft and warm. that's what attracted me.

    - How would you rate the quality / price?
    Good
    - With experience, you do again this choice? ...
    With this budget Franks 2490 yes I no longer have the invoice but the price and remain engraved. My first new one.
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  • Art & Lutherie Wild CherryPublished on 12/08/02 at 10:35
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Test MODEL "wild cherry" with Cutaway: The table, the sides and bottom are solid wild cherry wood, the handle button and easel Saddle dyed walnut (yes!). Perfect finish for the price (2500 CHF).

    UTILIZATION

    The handle (if well rgl) is enjoyable trs (trs soft key drowning), the frets are fine and perfectly polished and finished, all done in the style of North Am Rican (Norman or Seagull ...). The varnish of the body is hyper fine satin. The oil bath mcaniques prcises.

    SOUNDS

    The game is very easy in agreements. The guitar is powerful and trs trs projte out its sound spectrum well equilibrated: Bass deep well Dfine trs, trs mdiums warm, crystal-clear highs and Arians. The shape of......
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    Test MODEL "wild cherry" with Cutaway: The table, the sides and bottom are solid wild cherry wood, the handle button and easel Saddle dyed walnut (yes!). Perfect finish for the price (2500 CHF).

    UTILIZATION

    The handle (if well rgl) is enjoyable trs (trs soft key drowning), the frets are fine and perfectly polished and finished, all done in the style of North Am Rican (Norman or Seagull ...). The varnish of the body is hyper fine satin. The oil bath mcaniques prcises.

    SOUNDS

    The game is very easy in agreements. The guitar is powerful and trs trs projte out its sound spectrum well equilibrated: Bass deep well Dfine trs, trs mdiums warm, crystal-clear highs and Arians. The shape of the body is there for something (Dreadnought).

    OVERALL OPINION

    For the price this is a great value for money (attention even when it is not a taylor or martin old, do not push it). I insist on finishing superb and unusual trs this price level.
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  • Art & Lutherie Wild CherryPublished on 08/06/05 at 12:46
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Hand made in La Patrie Qubec / Canada
    Wild Cherry: Wild Cherry
    Table cherry wood strip (see website) slush fund rose painted (Economy)
    Channel Rabl (light mahogany complexion)
    Walnut fingerboard and bridge (too bright my taste: the Re-Colouring broux nut + linseed oil)
    Entry: no double net dco basic ...
    The guitar is original rgl
    The handle is trs enjoyable, the mcaniques are prcises
    It is well built for the price!!

    UTILIZATION

    Compared my Takamine (Japan) is super lgre!
    THE FIRST impression is an impressive volume Audible ds the first chord!
    The arpges are prcis: bass / treble balance well

    SOUNDS

    Srieux for the price, to find a dfault??
    versatile top!
    ...
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    Hand made in La Patrie Qubec / Canada
    Wild Cherry: Wild Cherry
    Table cherry wood strip (see website) slush fund rose painted (Economy)
    Channel Rabl (light mahogany complexion)
    Walnut fingerboard and bridge (too bright my taste: the Re-Colouring broux nut + linseed oil)
    Entry: no double net dco basic ...
    The guitar is original rgl
    The handle is trs enjoyable, the mcaniques are prcises
    It is well built for the price!!

    UTILIZATION

    Compared my Takamine (Japan) is super lgre!
    THE FIRST impression is an impressive volume Audible ds the first chord!
    The arpges are prcis: bass / treble balance well

    SOUNDS

    Srieux for the price, to find a dfault??
    versatile top!

    OVERALL OPINION

    25 years I play guitar, I reu this morning, I spend the day on: cleaning, finishing rglage, changing strings ...
    For the price of a bad trs Corenne or Chinese pay you a low-end made in Canada: they are a luthier and sounds!!
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  • Art & Lutherie Wild CherryPublished on 01/30/06 at 03:20
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Manufacturing hand Qubec (La Patrie & Princeville).
    21 boxes
    prampli Bass, Mdium, Treble, Volume.
    Cherry 50%
    Maple 33%
    Walnut 13%
    Spruce 4%

    UTILIZATION

    The body is impressive.
    Access to acute is difficult, not notches on mine but I rarely play beyond the twelfth box.
    Correct weight.

    SOUNDS

    I did that compare acoustic side has "takamine".
    Ben it sounds great. It is by connecting the diffrence in price is to be understood.
    I also think that the aesthetics and finish are better on most guitars Chres.
    But hey as long as I am going to sound. (Should not it be painted orange either!)
    The sound is warm, good sustain (a feeling the fire and the chalet du Qubec).
    ......
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    Manufacturing hand Qubec (La Patrie & Princeville).
    21 boxes
    prampli Bass, Mdium, Treble, Volume.
    Cherry 50%
    Maple 33%
    Walnut 13%
    Spruce 4%

    UTILIZATION

    The body is impressive.
    Access to acute is difficult, not notches on mine but I rarely play beyond the twelfth box.
    Correct weight.

    SOUNDS

    I did that compare acoustic side has "takamine".
    Ben it sounds great. It is by connecting the diffrence in price is to be understood.
    I also think that the aesthetics and finish are better on most guitars Chres.
    But hey as long as I am going to sound. (Should not it be painted orange either!)
    The sound is warm, good sustain (a feeling the fire and the chalet du Qubec).
    As the sound is warm, the highs are (my opinion) not crystalline, but with new ropes, we win when the same clarity.
    The "takamine" have more clarity but less heat, everyone's tastes.
    In short I love the sound.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had eight years.
    I said it all:
    I like the warm sound.
    The report qualitprix is ​​good.
    Yes I would do this choice.
    I did not put 9 or 10 for notes as I think that the guitars are more Chres better. But for my part in acoustics, I have not heard a diffrence just stamp of quality: can be less clear for this guitar but its warmer then it according to your taste.
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  • Art & Lutherie Wild CherryPublished on 08/18/06 at 05:36
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    What country does she makes?
    Canada
    - How many frets, what kind of micro as well as their configuration?
    24 frets I think I have an acoustic electric, the pramp is a godin (normal for an art that comes out of the same instrument making workshops)
    - What type of bridge (Floyd, Wilkinson ...)?
    ca I do not know is a classic bridge
    - What are the rglages (Volume, Tone slecteur micro ...)?
    rglage low, medium and treble, and volume
    - What type of race?
    classic, a button, and a freight road Tuss

    UTILIZATION

    So it's really the class is one of the best guitar I've tried, especially in this price range, once RULES is a rgal, enjoyable round , when you go from being very high......
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    What country does she makes?
    Canada
    - How many frets, what kind of micro as well as their configuration?
    24 frets I think I have an acoustic electric, the pramp is a godin (normal for an art that comes out of the same instrument making workshops)
    - What type of bridge (Floyd, Wilkinson ...)?
    ca I do not know is a classic bridge
    - What are the rglages (Volume, Tone slecteur micro ...)?
    rglage low, medium and treble, and volume
    - What type of race?
    classic, a button, and a freight road Tuss

    UTILIZATION

    So it's really the class is one of the best guitar I've tried, especially in this price range, once RULES is a rgal, enjoyable round , when you go from being very high in the neck (at the end if you want to go in the treble we buy has a cutaway), the sound is really class, once under control, the scratching sounds Fire Gods

    The only criticism to the model is the electro ACCS battery, then it's nimporte what must be scratching his dsaccorder completely to slide his big hand has the indoor of the rose ... It is a pity that even for much less Chres guitars, there are traps for small rcuprer battery without getting tired.

    SOUNDS

    Suitable for virtually all types of music, I play almost only with folks because I found these guitars and this versatile trs s'avre even more true on this ptite art and violin. I will say that it lacks a little low, but mdiums and treble are very good trs.

    Once a branch is trs good too (for once aileurs fbranche just rgler low and lil dsagrment cit above disappears)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I scratched the last 2 or 3 years, it really dmarque other guitars, because I took it in blue, the form may well be classic, I find her from 1000. It is a simple but quality guitar you can feel the first uses ds ... Really when I tried for the first time I sold all my stuff from the era to buy (model was more expensive when I bought it). In short, j'tais go to a music store to see what was happening now, but without any intention of buying, I won t. If this is your budget without hsiter take, if your budget is more important turn you into a seagull, an art and violin MODEL volumes or more good ptite takamine.

    A purchase that I do it again without hsiter
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