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  • noreunoreu

    Ibanez AW85Published on 05/03/10 at 01:59
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    * The handle is it enjoyable?

    Difficult question, I will very well, but all human t dot hands and wrists DIFFERENT, so it's hard to respond. It is quite thin and do not get tired as some sleeves that are cramping after a quarter of an hour.

    Ergonomics is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)?

    Not much to say to it: lightweight, balanced ...

    The access to acute (desti- nations most recently freight) is it easy?

    The four desti- nations most recently are a little hard to achieve, but I'm not going to lie, I not used ....

    Gets it easy to sound good? ...dropoff Window

    This is the strong point in my opinion: no need to cling to the ropes, or support like crazy until getting…
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    * The handle is it enjoyable?

    Difficult question, I will very well, but all human t dot hands and wrists DIFFERENT, so it's hard to respond. It is quite thin and do not get tired as some sleeves that are cramping after a quarter of an hour.

    Ergonomics is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)?

    Not much to say to it: lightweight, balanced ...

    The access to acute (desti- nations most recently freight) is it easy?

    The four desti- nations most recently are a little hard to achieve, but I'm not going to lie, I not used ....

    Gets it easy to sound good? ...dropoff Window

    This is the strong point in my opinion: no need to cling to the ropes, or support like crazy until getting nicks in the fingers ...

    SONORITS



    * Appropriate are your style of music?

    I do not play guitar to record ect .. Just for fun, so I play a bit of everything, and I never really due in all styles (except if one seeks a guitar for rock and punk Mtal ... well, not good for the distortion, but it is not the purpose of a guitar as his ...

    What sonorits you prfrez, you dtestez?

    His dry and clear ... no more to say, I'm also no expert

    NOTICE GLOBAL



    * How long have you use it?

    can be two years now ....

    Have you tried many other models before acqurir?

    Yes, and I found some things that never suited me better, but it is a purely personal opinion.

    With experience, you do again this choice? ...dropoff Window

    Change can be good, so I do not think, but she deserves

    How do you report qualitprix?

    It's expensive, but we know why.
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  • loladogloladog

    good value qualitéprix

    Ibanez AW85Published on 09/08/11 at 09:40
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    acoustic dreadnought
    hardly painted!
    quite fragile
    Beautiful design and beautiful colors
    The wood feels very good!
    The mechanical oil bath are impeccable, it never goes out of tune!

    UTILIZATION

    flat handle, I like it but it's personal
    very good ergonomics to play sitting
    very light
    access to acute uncool but hey!
    Relatively easy access to my taste.

    SOUNDS

    is perfect for what I like to play or folk rhythms in the bass until the ninth cargo bars.
    I like the sound medium for their depth and treble down the sleeve.
    the bass are also interesting.
    Basically the sound is really warm and powerful even with old strings!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use t…
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    acoustic dreadnought
    hardly painted!
    quite fragile
    Beautiful design and beautiful colors
    The wood feels very good!
    The mechanical oil bath are impeccable, it never goes out of tune!

    UTILIZATION

    flat handle, I like it but it's personal
    very good ergonomics to play sitting
    very light
    access to acute uncool but hey!
    Relatively easy access to my taste.

    SOUNDS

    is perfect for what I like to play or folk rhythms in the bass until the ninth cargo bars.
    I like the sound medium for their depth and treble down the sleeve.
    the bass are also interesting.
    Basically the sound is really warm and powerful even with old strings!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this instrument for over three years.
    I did that in low-end instruments before it is rather a mid-range (except the cheap price) but my Charvel electric ....
    When shopping I walked into the store with an unlimited budget can go up high enough (not € 1500 anyway but hey ...). I tried 5 or 6 guitars and chose it without looking at the price. I then realized that I had hesitated between this and another (much better finished) to € 850 but in the end I actually preferred the sound of it, especially after having read the price difference!
    Ultimately, this instrument is of poor finishing but it is very beautiful and sounds great.
    I call it in excellent quality / price ratio.
    If I had to buy it back I would do without a doubt.
    I highly recommend if your budget is limited.
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  • rcriderrcrider

    Ibanez AW85Published on 11/14/07 at 05:32
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Then for the characteristics:
    - Table massive cedar
    - 20 frets (14 free)
    - Very little varnish (far)
    - Mechanical oil bath
    - Handle rather flat
    - Fairly light guitar
    It may be noted that the finish is rather poor (varnish poorly distributed, cole has seen some places ...), but good for a skyscraper at 290 € is not necessarily what recheche (it's not what I I look for in all cases)

    UTILIZATION

    Regarding use, the handle is flat and broad enough so special, I do not like too much, I prefer the V-neck that fill the hand well, but the game still is not difficult as long and for this price (€ 290) is not very important to remember, I take more account of the sound.
    A gu…
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    Then for the characteristics:
    - Table massive cedar
    - 20 frets (14 free)
    - Very little varnish (far)
    - Mechanical oil bath
    - Handle rather flat
    - Fairly light guitar
    It may be noted that the finish is rather poor (varnish poorly distributed, cole has seen some places ...), but good for a skyscraper at 290 € is not necessarily what recheche (it's not what I I look for in all cases)

    UTILIZATION

    Regarding use, the handle is flat and broad enough so special, I do not like too much, I prefer the V-neck that fill the hand well, but the game still is not difficult as long and for this price (€ 290) is not very important to remember, I take more account of the sound.
    A guitar relatively fragile because of its very few patent this, so it's not a guitar for Bourin with which one can do anything. So if you want to avoid ending up with lots of farts in a week, it is the Magna with respect .
    As I said above is a rather small guitar (flat handle, and only the table is massive).
    With regard to access to acute pan is not cut so it's hard, but it's not the kind of guitar solo that you type in a box the 20th so it's not a problem.

    SOUNDS

    Okay so for this feature that I chose this guitar.
    I needed a small guitar to pass the time waiting to buy me a small martin D35 (for this was ). So I was not looking for a guitar of my dreams with this budget.
    However, I tested between 5 and 10 guitar before making my choice, negotiated rates ranging from 250 to 400 €.
    I took this one because it was one that had the most character, which vibrated in my hands the most, and whose tone I liked the most.
    It has good projection, which allows for a nuanced playing with mediums can be a bit overwhelmed by the highs, but hey after all it has to adapt his game ..
    It may be noted that the sound is degraded from the 9th box (rather normal for a skyscraper that price), it sounds a little worse, but it's still acceptable.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this guitar for one day (not a lot of down), but as I already said I chose this guitar in premiums primarily on how the sound emanated, not for the rest (finition. ..) , cepandant we note that the general appearance of the guitar is successful, it is quite nice little class with ca ca table and not varnished wooden plaque.
    So for the characteristic I like most I think it's tone and good projection ca.
    For the characteristic I like least, I think it's the fragility of the instrument (it was quick to make a fart), but it is a good instrument and the instrument should be used with gentleness and respect The finish is really bad in some places too (but when you look quickly you can see not XD).
    I play the guitar for several years, I started with a classic, then I bought an electric last year, and finally I realized that my following item remained in the sound (it's not a living power, although it has advantages, ca does not vibrate as much as a sound or not), so for my first dreadnought folk I chose this little model to get familiar with this family and then to buy a guitar I would keep my life.
    7 of model I tested in a price range of 250 to € 400 this guitar, I tested an ibanez a € 400 (I remember the model) that had no character, poor projection, but certainly a better finish (with a ton of paint) ...
    Regarding the quality / price, if you do not worry about the finish, I think this guitar is very good (note I speak for money, I do not compare to an Ibanez € 300 models 2000 € 3000 to see at martin, gibson and companies).
    And so while not back (I buy my guitar before yesterday), I think I would do this choice
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