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Epiphone FT-145 Texan
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Epiphone FT-145 Texan

Dreadnought Steel String Guitar from Epiphone belonging to the FT series

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Epiphone FT-145 TexanPublished on 05/15/07 at 02:24
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Guitar factory in Japan in the 70's, acoustic form dreadnough at Bolt.
plastic bridge saddle height adjustable on the bridge of origin, Nut head bone.
body and handle in a mahogany suspect, probably a bad quality mahogany can be stained lgerrement plywood.

sr is like a, Premire view, it's shit, and it is true that a is what, 250 euro.

moreover, for its 250 euro worth an 8, especially with its forty years, she took a vintage patina trs enjoyable.

UTILIZATION

The handle is wide plutt, it is not an electric, but it's enjoyable to complete a chord without stifling two notes when you have big fingers. Access in acute impeccable, since the handle is screwed and does not heel.
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Guitar factory in Japan in the 70's, acoustic form dreadnough at Bolt.
plastic bridge saddle height adjustable on the bridge of origin, Nut head bone.
body and handle in a mahogany suspect, probably a bad quality mahogany can be stained lgerrement plywood.

sr is like a, Premire view, it's shit, and it is true that a is what, 250 euro.

moreover, for its 250 euro worth an 8, especially with its forty years, she took a vintage patina trs enjoyable.

UTILIZATION

The handle is wide plutt, it is not an electric, but it's enjoyable to complete a chord without stifling two notes when you have big fingers. Access in acute impeccable, since the handle is screwed and does not heel.
it is not super balance, leaning a little of the head, but it's not the most important thing my taste.

it's a guitar that 'sounds' not in everybody's hands: we must learn to know, she has a lot of default, but these defects are easily transformed into high quality.

SOUNDS

Low fuck you on the ass.

I bought for 400 euro two years ago a cort: acute slamming too, not enough bass, guitar exactly the kind of balance I too do not like.

here: it's bold, it's bass and treble dominant that open their mouths without snapping too, has sometimes borders, that's exactly the sound I like, although roots.

true perfection Has To Be Imperfect: this guitar is not balanced, a little frieze, a treble that seem weaklings (Bolt not sustain) ... n'mpche it is enough to play a little to control these defects and l. .. Bass is breathtaking, impressive power: even in choked on the palm of your hand, you feel that power.

OVERALL OPINION

This is my first guitar, I use it for 2 years, and I find it perfect.

First prize is a base, and now a MRIT rglage and some repairs, but it has that sound, beautiful, gnial.

I met many people on the net that the possdaient, all converge on one point: first prize is a guitar that makes you a slap.

it sounds like a large.

if you come across on ebay one day, Do not hesitate a minute, she went generam 200 euro you get for your money.
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  • Manufacturer: Epiphone
  • Model: FT-145 Texan
  • Series: FT
  • Category: Dreadnought Steel String Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 08/11/2006

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