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  • tjyderrientjyderrien

    Jim Harley Colorado CR30Published on 07/27/05 at 17:06
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It's an acoustic guitar at 20 frets made in China.
    The key is rosewood, I think. The mechanical oil bath.
    The key is rosewood and the neck ... good question.

    Wood and the frets have moved ....
    Repeat the frets on a guitar would be useless for this award.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is not very pleasant. The strings are a bit high.

    Access to acute is difficult because the pan is not cut. To go beyond the 11th fret chords, it's not possible. And for solos, no more than the 14th.

    The shape is good, but next time I will take a cutaway. The weight is good.

    You can have multiple sounds. To pick with the boys, it is little agreement. But with a good reverb, alone in a room …
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    It's an acoustic guitar at 20 frets made in China.
    The key is rosewood, I think. The mechanical oil bath.
    The key is rosewood and the neck ... good question.

    Wood and the frets have moved ....
    Repeat the frets on a guitar would be useless for this award.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is not very pleasant. The strings are a bit high.

    Access to acute is difficult because the pan is not cut. To go beyond the 11th fret chords, it's not possible. And for solos, no more than the 14th.

    The shape is good, but next time I will take a cutaway. The weight is good.

    You can have multiple sounds. To pick with the boys, it is little agreement. But with a good reverb, alone in a room cool, it can sound pretty hot, you can play with your fingers, it becomes very beautiful: '-)

    I noticed Jim Harley have a special sound. It sounds low-end with a pick. But the fingers, it sounds much better (in any case, since the game can be much more subtle for my taste).

    SOUNDS

    The sounds are great to play a little bit of everything. It is perhaps less well for the gypsy.
    on the other hand, it has a rather low average volume level. The Fender DG5 my friend sounds louder. But the Jim Harley démerder best quality level at a discount.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for some years. To address this problem of volume, I put a micro B-Band that can change the guitar with some manipulations. So I keep it. I will change when I have more time to devote to the guitar;)

    What I like most about this guitar is the sound that can sometimes creamy. And it is downright pretty. Green like that, it changes the traditional wood color.

    I think the wood has changed, the strings too high parraissent me. So, when you push a box to the 12th fret, it's another note that the box with an annoying volume. .... shame!
    and of course, the lack of cutaway does not rise the level.

    The value for money. I think it's good. This is not a bad guitar for beginners in the field of folk sound, but I still rage as wood moves. I have been offered so it's not embarrassing, but suddenly, I would not make that choice.

    It's a nice guitar but it is limited by time, and with the level. However, the microphone that I have grafted gives him one last burst of life while waiting for the next best choice.
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  • lonlevadelonlevade

    Jim Harley Colorado CR30Published on 08/11/07 at 09:14
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Acoustic guitar made in china
    20 frets
    round handle

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is a nice touch but should by no means a single player ... The last boxes are access virtually impossible, no cutaway forces (no chance). Otherwise, the comfort is generally honest, and feel normal for a guitar of this accabit. That said, I still had to sand the bridge that the strings are close to the handle. The sound is exceptional for a guitar of this range, and a lot of guitar worth twice can boast of such a sound. Excellent quality.

    SOUNDS

    The sound, though of good quality, but lack of picking fishing, for example. the sound is very dull on the lower strings, and the high E frieze slig…
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    Acoustic guitar made in china
    20 frets
    round handle

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is a nice touch but should by no means a single player ... The last boxes are access virtually impossible, no cutaway forces (no chance). Otherwise, the comfort is generally honest, and feel normal for a guitar of this accabit. That said, I still had to sand the bridge that the strings are close to the handle. The sound is exceptional for a guitar of this range, and a lot of guitar worth twice can boast of such a sound. Excellent quality.

    SOUNDS

    The sound, though of good quality, but lack of picking fishing, for example. the sound is very dull on the lower strings, and the high E frieze slightly since my DIY quoted above (that's my fault). Otherwise, nothing to report.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for almost two years, but I think for a change in electro-acoustics. I bought a friend without much me asking questions (given the price is normal) because I'm not an acoustic player. The value for money is staggering, but no luck, the brand does not dwell on the better guitars (the musicians are decidedly not content). In other words, a good buy for a beginner or even an amateur.
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