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Little Darlin, Dreadnought Steel String Guitar from Custom77.


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Custom77 Little Darlin tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Custom77
  • Model: Little Darlin
  • Category: Dreadnought Steel String Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 11/12/2013

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Custom77 Little Darlin user reviews

Average Score:5.0(5/5 based on 1 review)
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dimikuchen03/23/2014

dimikuchen's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Ideal for demanding broke!"

Custom77 Little Darlin
French brand guitar (Lyon) but made in Korea
It is also a dreadnought model form lighthouse at Martin & Co


the rest is what we find on the site http://www.custom77.com/html/Little_Darlin-546-prd.html

- Table massive cedar (cedar)
- Dos mahogany (mahogany)
- Sides mahogany (mahogany)
- Mahogany neck (mahogany)
- Rosewood fingerboard (rosewood)
- Dam scallopé
- Mechanical oil bath MH1 (diecasting)
- Synthetic Bone
- Bridge Synthetic Bone
- Rosette in nacre (Mother of Pearl)
- String Set D'Addario 12-54
- Weight: about 2kg

UTILIZATION

Side use ergonomics is that all without dreadnought cutaway. This means that for a child 10 years it is not top ... otherwise you get done quickly no worries. Regarding the handle is very nice. I suspect Custom77 use the same profile handle for all his guitars, I probably am wrong but in any case it does not shock at all and it is unglazed so no worries perspiration.

SOUNDS

It sounds so good. However I suggest you to try several types, there is little chance that you will be disappointed by the little darlin but it is true that it does not sound ultra slamming but in the curves, the fault table cedar known more for its sweet than anything, more the latter is coupled with a mahogany back and sides producing beautiful low medium but with a "deadlock" in acute. However in the competition, mahogany is often substituted for lower quality wood tell that agathis, nato, sapele etc. ... or even the laminate.
It is a matter of taste at least bias roundness is clearly stated without aberrant compromise quality wood.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it now for two years, Paravant I had a rather disappointing Ibanez but this was my first. I tried various pattern before and since, and it is true that many of the guitar outclasses but never less than 600 700 € and very rarely all solid wood (against less than 400 € for this little darlin), the report value for money and amazing! I think it is very difficult if not impossible to find better at this price point.
In my opinion there is little reason for such a price that made by:

1 - The guitar is made in Korea with a single point of sale other than Internet.

2nd - The finish is OK but not amazing and the guitar is not painted, so she scratched and dirty easily, but nothing unmanageable it enough to be careful and maintain it properly.

3rd - And above the table is cedar spruce rather than much cheaper. The table is the most important part come into play for the sound of the guitar, it is what will determine the greatest features of the overall sound of the instrument. Spruce is brighter than the cedar, the latter having a reputation for giving softer sounds. After it is trying recess. to note that Custom77 offers a slightly more finished version of this guitar almost similar except that the soundboard is made of spruce for the double price ... to see ...

To summarize it in a guitar that is far from being ridiculous, completely solid wood which is becoming a rarity, which is ideal for beginners and advance as well as for casual gamers or suit those who want a guitar to take everywhere serenely .
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