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surprising ...

Morris W-061SPublished on 05/22/12 at 19:41
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Korean manufacture, handle V, body & mahogany neck, spruce top, rosewood fingerboard, mechanical oil bath.
The "S" model for "sunburst"

UTILIZATION

Personally, I find the handle crap, it's hard to play a log; for ergo: well it's a fairly large dreadnought but I have big arms, acute episodes I've seen worse but it is not that great anyway ...
on the other hand, good for her she go out of tune!

SOUNDS

Other than that, it sounds serious!
It's round, it's warm, resonant sound, good projection.
For strumming I see no better, very nice to also lead by picking against the side of the penalized log a bit.

OVERALL OPINION

My father bought it in 78, I play over the past ten...…
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Korean manufacture, handle V, body & mahogany neck, spruce top, rosewood fingerboard, mechanical oil bath.
The "S" model for "sunburst"

UTILIZATION

Personally, I find the handle crap, it's hard to play a log; for ergo: well it's a fairly large dreadnought but I have big arms, acute episodes I've seen worse but it is not that great anyway ...
on the other hand, good for her she go out of tune!

SOUNDS

Other than that, it sounds serious!
It's round, it's warm, resonant sound, good projection.
For strumming I see no better, very nice to also lead by picking against the side of the penalized log a bit.

OVERALL OPINION

My father bought it in 78, I play over the past ten years and I intend to keep it at eternam vitam ...
At the time, it was a decent mid-range, so either it is enhanced or the guitars of today are really shovels! The price of day did not make much sense today, the instruments were expensive in 1500 balls 78, it is not the current € 250 ...
I try regular guitars in all price ranges, to see, it outperforms many existing, expensive even after I have not had enough hands for vintage look.
I have long served as a guitar track, now that I know she is mahogany, I rather regret for having dragged on the sand in the sun ...
For what it's worth right now, if you Unearth one, go for it!
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  • Manufacturer: Morris
  • Model: W-061S
  • Category: Dreadnought Steel String Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 05/23/2012

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Other names: w 061s, w061s, w 061 s, w061 s

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