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Fatoldsun Fatoldsun

«  Super scratch »

Publié le 01/18/11 à 03:29
Value For Money : Excellent
Made in Quebec, one piece mahogany neck, body and sides of solid mahogany, solid spruce.

UTILIZATION

The neck is wider than the average guitar, between a conventional and usual dread. This width is very comfortable, especially for the game in hand, a true highway through the semi-gloss finish. Finally I was surprised by the quality of mechanical seagull that hold the tuning very well and accurately. So question

SOUNDS

sound I was amazed. Powerful, oaky (the solid mahogany is less bright and dry as the Rosewood).
I love the dynamics of this guitar, nice bass, not too this, good midrange, can be a little lack of treble.

OVERALL OPINION

I have been using a good month and I really like this guitar especially for a game folk, for it's clean and simple and finally an excellent value for money.
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