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  • lechanteurlechanteur

    Not great new series

    Tanglewood TW28 CSNPublished on 12/03/14 at 13:41
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    the handle of the new series to slightly changed but not in the sense which made the interest of CIN was her extreme thinness ideal for small hands

    UTILIZATION

    fund varnish are slightly different, is easily recognized the new CLN 28 with a silver border around the head, the old series was lacking. for the rest it is still a pretty good grate with bad sound.

    SOUNDS

    This is the bottom hurts, the old series for the same price 160 euros was a beautiful deep in the grave, a fairly balanced sound I advised my students eyes closed. Since October I advised everyone to acquire both the new model is disappointing acute are screaming bass sound will soon, I believe it is now leak…
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    the handle of the new series to slightly changed but not in the sense which made the interest of CIN was her extreme thinness ideal for small hands

    UTILIZATION

    fund varnish are slightly different, is easily recognized the new CLN 28 with a silver border around the head, the old series was lacking. for the rest it is still a pretty good grate with bad sound.

    SOUNDS

    This is the bottom hurts, the old series for the same price 160 euros was a beautiful deep in the grave, a fairly balanced sound I advised my students eyes closed. Since October I advised everyone to acquire both the new model is disappointing acute are screaming bass sound will soon, I believe it is now leaking.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have among my acquaintances around 15 people using the TW 28 CLN 10 of the old series was replaced in September. They are all very happy the other 5 people who bought the new, trying to sell it to you to see ....
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  • Fred JYFred JY

    Ideal for beginners

    Tanglewood TW28 CSNPublished on 01/27/13 at 03:06
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    RAS

    UTILIZATION

    RAS

    SOUNDS

    RAS

    OVERALL OPINION

    Much to say right now: I do not consider myself as a guitarist, but I play a lot of instruments including the guitar. What attracted me immediately is its playability Finally, I find that I play a little better than I thought, I am open opportunities, compared to my previous guitar, Segovia on which any crossed was an ordeal.
    I tried other models, certainly more qualitative but more demanding in terms of the game Now I'm comfortable and that's what counts.
    The sound is pleasant, bright enough (the strings are still new, the sound will watch a little).
    The matt lacquered finish is quite nice, very pleasant …
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    RAS

    UTILIZATION

    RAS

    SOUNDS

    RAS

    OVERALL OPINION

    Much to say right now: I do not consider myself as a guitarist, but I play a lot of instruments including the guitar. What attracted me immediately is its playability Finally, I find that I play a little better than I thought, I am open opportunities, compared to my previous guitar, Segovia on which any crossed was an ordeal.
    I tried other models, certainly more qualitative but more demanding in terms of the game Now I'm comfortable and that's what counts.
    The sound is pleasant, bright enough (the strings are still new, the sound will watch a little).
    The matt lacquered finish is quite nice, very pleasant to the touch. For the rest, the presentation is going on everywhere. Mechanics seem solid and without hesitation, to see usage.
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  • MaulaireMaulaire

    A good scratching

    Tanglewood TW28 CSNPublished on 01/29/12 at 07:05
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Acoustic guitar (not electronic) format dread, 20 boxes without cutaway.

    Solid cedar top-solid
    -Back, neck and sides Mahogany
    -Rosewood fingerboard and bridge
    Mechanical-oil bath Chrome grover
    Natural satin finish-
    I think the nut is bone (not sure).

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is super nice, the strings are close to the neck but no frieze, the mechanics are far from bad.

    The guitar itself is light enough (which is a sound ...).
    The only negatives that I found (and this is purely subjective) is the rose a bit too simple for my taste and shape of the head is very flat above, having said that it is far from ugly .

    SOUNDS

    The sound limit amazed me.
    The cedar …
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    Acoustic guitar (not electronic) format dread, 20 boxes without cutaway.

    Solid cedar top-solid
    -Back, neck and sides Mahogany
    -Rosewood fingerboard and bridge
    Mechanical-oil bath Chrome grover
    Natural satin finish-
    I think the nut is bone (not sure).

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is super nice, the strings are close to the neck but no frieze, the mechanics are far from bad.

    The guitar itself is light enough (which is a sound ...).
    The only negatives that I found (and this is purely subjective) is the rose a bit too simple for my taste and shape of the head is very flat above, having said that it is far from ugly .

    SOUNDS

    The sound limit amazed me.
    The cedar top gives it a round, c'te scratches is well balanced.

    Basically, it suits me perfectly for what I play.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I grew myself was surprised by this grattoune, looking for a good sound I was trying a Yamaha, a Cort or limit a Fender, I did not know this brand Made in UK
    The only shortcomings of this skyscraper (for me) are the rose and the head, a little too simple for my taste. After the level of sound or the playability I recommend this acoustic guitar is for this price range just bluffante.J 've tried a few guitars (Two Cort, a Yamaha, Fender and a Lag I think) and I remained on the choice of the Tanglewood.

    That said, since it is new, I do not know how she gets older, I edit if it is improving or not.

    Wholesale value for money is excellent, I advise people who want to start guitar.
    And yes, if it breaks I think I do it again this choice without hesitation.
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