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  • Myamoto70Myamoto70

    A real bomb

    Levinson Garry LD-35Published on 11/22/14 at 05:57
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    American Guitar
    The LD35 Levinson part of Missouri Series.
    It is fully mass and quality wood made like the Sitka spruce selected for the table and Ovankol for the back and sides.
    His body is Dreadnought shape, so generous and able to deliver a lot of volume.
    Its sound is extremely rich because her body is solid ovangkol. This very sound wood has both the warmth of mahogany, ideal for fingerpicking and blues, and the depth and bass rosewood, for the good solid pick strums and waterlogged harmonics.
    The ovangkol delivers more gloss mahogany, and we gain in precision attacks and loosed notes.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is a "low profile". Finesse allows a grip and excellent pl…
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    American Guitar
    The LD35 Levinson part of Missouri Series.
    It is fully mass and quality wood made like the Sitka spruce selected for the table and Ovankol for the back and sides.
    His body is Dreadnought shape, so generous and able to deliver a lot of volume.
    Its sound is extremely rich because her body is solid ovangkol. This very sound wood has both the warmth of mahogany, ideal for fingerpicking and blues, and the depth and bass rosewood, for the good solid pick strums and waterlogged harmonics.
    The ovangkol delivers more gloss mahogany, and we gain in precision attacks and loosed notes.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is a "low profile". Finesse allows a grip and excellent playability.
    The care of the aesthetic detail is very thorough, with inlay of visual cues in abalonne the button, nets ivoroid, Vintage Chessboard stripe on the back, bone nuts, mechanical vintage well matched to the look of this boutique instrument .
    This model is a natural finish and gloss.

    SOUNDS

    And if you like the warmth of mahogany for fingerpicking styles but do not want to sacrifice full-bodied sound of rosewood Ovangkol is for you. The sound is warm is balanced with a softer attack than rosewood. It has more bite and brilliance you would expect with a guitar in acajou-
    The balance of the sound is just amazing.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have 3 months ago, I have a taylor 214 (laminated rosewood) of a wild goose Boucher Dreadnought (Rosewood), a Tanglewood (parlor) and a mahogany mahogany Esatmann. Level sound is best for me in front of the Taylor and Boucher.
    What I like the most out of playing comfort, that's powerful and balanced sound.
    Value for money 10/10 undoubtedly.

    Important little details. Bring the set to a luthier, since it is well regulated and the bomb with a new game (avoid Elixir) for this guitar in my opinion.
    Originally, I was a little disappointed with the sound setting. String height (too round and evil set) plus Elixir strings gave a sound that I do not particularly liked. I almost regret this purchase before it goes to my Luthier.
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