Mine, Korea, but it dates from 1981, and it depends on the year
It's an American brand in all cases
Channel Type C rather average, and pleasant
light weight, while plywood I think given the price (about 500 francs at the time: 80s)
No access to acute Because shape of the body dread and sheer hard
Its very good, a lot of bass, lots of projection, she is a freelance more great ... !!
Compared to my style, I consider myself a beginner, so large it is perfect
Must say that the blues is top, hot and greasy like a fryer.
The wood has aged really well, so that the guitar was not formed (stored in a garage for years, with hot and cold temperatures): the least we can say is that it's SUPER HEFTY!!
For cons, the chord of E minor is out of order, I will not hesitate to invest in the luthier for surgery of the bridge, because it makes a sound instrument East.
I have over 25 years!
This is my first guitar. She burnt fingers because as often, the seller, and yet it was a luthier, a true, did not set the handle!
I gave up the guitar for years because of that, and it's a shame.
Today, well regulated, it is very nice, and sounds like an old American. It's great to have kept.
What I like most: his age and his.
What I like least: its side a little "cheap", but that's normal considering the price.
Value for money: invincible: but we must still wait 25 years for the sound of a real vintage, or find one that has aged well.