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  • Ibanez Concord 691Published on 09/06/06 at 03:15
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This guitar in 1974, it t made in Japan.
    It has 20 frets to a pitch of 658 mm.
    It is a V-neck with rosewood keys bne.
    Mcaniques are the oil bath.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is enjoyable because it is closely and it makes the game
    Access in AIGS is limited since it is a Dreadnought.
    The guitar is a medium to heavy weight, the table is solid picea.
    The blanks are rosewood.
    The guitar is Fully painted, varnished and is fine and trsrsistant.
    The guitar is right and we get a good sound easy, even for the 1st box barr,
    because the strings are close to the handle and it does not frieze.

    SOUNDS

    The sound is excellent, the table is better with age.
    Clarity with good......
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    This guitar in 1974, it t made in Japan.
    It has 20 frets to a pitch of 658 mm.
    It is a V-neck with rosewood keys bne.
    Mcaniques are the oil bath.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is enjoyable because it is closely and it makes the game
    Access in AIGS is limited since it is a Dreadnought.
    The guitar is a medium to heavy weight, the table is solid picea.
    The blanks are rosewood.
    The guitar is Fully painted, varnished and is fine and trsrsistant.
    The guitar is right and we get a good sound easy, even for the 1st box barr,
    because the strings are close to the handle and it does not frieze.

    SOUNDS

    The sound is excellent, the table is better with age.
    Clarity with good brightness, the sound is powerful, balanced thanks to the rosewood
    against the table by picea dlivre less harmonic than other woods.
    The sound is deep and prcis the grves not rotate, it allows you to play Młoda of great clarity.
    His style emphasizes the blues, country, rock, seem most appropriate for this instrument.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Trs good quality finishing, reliable over time, since it is 32 years old. The shrinking t redone in 2000.
    C'tait my Premire j'tais era guitar and a student, I trusted the old salesman, and I was right.
    Today, I can compare a Guild or a Norman mid-range.
    This is my accomplice for 32 years, and I intend to keep it, even if I have been invested in hardware diffrent.
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