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  • It plays all alone

    Martin & Co D-35Published on 07/13/11 at 04:28
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    American-made.
    Channel low profile satin and white binding.
    3parties rosewood back the most beautiful effect

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very nice. Not very different from the round of the 28p I had tried the day before in another store.
    The varnish of the table is very soft, I was surprised at the contact after a few hours of play, it does not slip, do not sweat it.
    The sound had not jumped to the ears on the first try, I did not attack enough strings. Then I attacked like a deaf man and took a slap. Phenomenal proportions between bass and treble pearls. Tried facing the HD28, the other seemed too flat, but certainly richer in mediums. I read that the guitar singers. There is......
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    American-made.
    Channel low profile satin and white binding.
    3parties rosewood back the most beautiful effect

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very nice. Not very different from the round of the 28p I had tried the day before in another store.
    The varnish of the table is very soft, I was surprised at the contact after a few hours of play, it does not slip, do not sweat it.
    The sound had not jumped to the ears on the first try, I did not attack enough strings. Then I attacked like a deaf man and took a slap. Phenomenal proportions between bass and treble pearls. Tried facing the HD28, the other seemed too flat, but certainly richer in mediums. I read that the guitar singers. There is certainly a place to take a voice in its media, we will form the coup may be the perfect couple and I do not want to let go of the past 3 days ...

    SOUNDS

    I allow myself a freer play, as it sounds, I feel for allowing me to more things, it plays almost alone ...
    His bass can get in serious tones.
    It gives a capo in his round and warm.
    Compared to my Washburn dreadnought laminate, forcing the gap is large, the sound rolls, rolls, runs, envelope, there is sustain, as well as high volume low.
    Agree or finger picking, the foot. As I play little mediator, I feel it allows me to find a good balance between projection and depth. With the attack of a mediator, it starts to get really noisy ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    She is beautiful, but simple, deep class, not bling bling. The white binding, back in 3 parts, its bass is said to be the lowest of the range because of its Martin Dam the thinnest of all Martin, all this makes me crack and furious desire to give back ...

    At the moment I'm in love and look forward to see how we go forward together ...
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