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  • noudilanoudila

    Made KOBE said it all!

    Maya (guitar) F300Published on 12/01/13 at 11:35
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Mine in 1971. Solid spruce. Kobe made in Japan before the disaster trenblement land that has everything screwed down.
    This seems to me a copy of the Martin D40 not entirely consistent, they trimmed the decor, but Maya, at that time, it was cheap.

    UTILIZATION

    Nothing to say on the handle which is typical of this period Folks.
    The sound I speak after.

    SOUNDS

    then talk about the sound after a short preamble.
    This guitar is 42 years old in 2013. The table is solid wood. It was equipped with a shadow added by a former owner and I repaired because it was in a carafe.
    So, as all grandmas, she has a little belly, not too much.
    Sound:
    Either you 7000 Euros to slam i…
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    Mine in 1971. Solid spruce. Kobe made in Japan before the disaster trenblement land that has everything screwed down.
    This seems to me a copy of the Martin D40 not entirely consistent, they trimmed the decor, but Maya, at that time, it was cheap.

    UTILIZATION

    Nothing to say on the handle which is typical of this period Folks.
    The sound I speak after.

    SOUNDS

    then talk about the sound after a short preamble.
    This guitar is 42 years old in 2013. The table is solid wood. It was equipped with a shadow added by a former owner and I repaired because it was in a carafe.
    So, as all grandmas, she has a little belly, not too much.
    Sound:
    Either you 7000 Euros to slam into a dreadnough, 70 in a store for sale.
    You in terms of its THE SAME! Except that it has 42 pegs, it will not age worse than it is. The new 7000 roros, it can age badly.
    Sound Folk / Western course. This is not to play the picking in DADGAD, but a good old Crosby as the father or father Young.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had a year. When I play the Western Folk, I take that.
    Nothing to say.
    It's funny, when I was a kid, the Maya, it was considered shit for the poor.
    Now it is sought.
    I think the sound came over the years. In reality, the violin was excellent, but the woods were not always aged at the time and Deco were plastoc instead of pearl.
    Survivors in the form of Maya elite battalion.
    If you see one in a garage sale, go for it! But a small thing, change frets plastic m ... by bone nuts. You will have a "the guitar".
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