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  • hotstuffhotstuff

    Elypse Guitars SolsticePublished on 02/15/08 at 02:53
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Asian manufacturing, the solstice is therefore of cedar, the sides and bottom are in mahogany, maple neck with rosewood fingerboard. The essences of the table and the body are massive.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is nothing more enjoyable (it has something in hand), by touching against the back of the neck (satin finish) is not reproche.L access is very limited to acute Format (guitar). In summary this instrument, in terms of ergonomics is in the middle of dreadnoughs.
    The original strings combined with oxidized wood "prepubescent" already allow sounds promising.

    SOUNDS

    "Sold off" in MILONGA to 149 Euros, the sounds under the ridiculous price is daunting. The volume deliv…
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    Asian manufacturing, the solstice is therefore of cedar, the sides and bottom are in mahogany, maple neck with rosewood fingerboard. The essences of the table and the body are massive.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is nothing more enjoyable (it has something in hand), by touching against the back of the neck (satin finish) is not reproche.L access is very limited to acute Format (guitar). In summary this instrument, in terms of ergonomics is in the middle of dreadnoughs.
    The original strings combined with oxidized wood "prepubescent" already allow sounds promising.

    SOUNDS

    "Sold off" in MILONGA to 149 Euros, the sounds under the ridiculous price is daunting. The volume delivered by the gear is important (it is impossible for me to play with a pick at night when my children are asleep, that's all that ...). Also the sound balance of this guitar to me life much easier for fingerpicking, indeed, if the bass is relatively free and percussive, the acute prove delicate yet full. The mid frequencies are more discreet about it.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I own this little wonder for a week and do not always return the price / quality ratio demonic. Its solid construction requires me to the greatest serenity about his future sound.
    Jai ever had in my possession a Blueridge and a "good" cort that in no way make me regret my "hold-up" in Milonga.
    "Wrapped" by Freshman for some time and when I play this solstice, the acquisition of a FA400D in the near future appears to me more and more hypothetical.
    The price, indeed, are not the same.
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