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Eshenbaugh black forest 5 33" acajou/erable
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  • tony poppinstony poppins

    Eshenbaugh black forest 5 33" acajou/erablePublished on 05/08/08 at 08:08
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
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    OVERALL OPINION

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    a monster of balance and comfort.
    the neck shows a gap of rope-standard but is very fine and very flat
    the bass is a incredible lightness despite this massive and impressive!
    fewer 3kilos500grammes

    the mixture of wood is ideal for a sustain a dynamic and important, the sound a vacuum spreads far and wide.
    ideal for jazz fusion and subtle fingers (the ghosts and harmonic notes are made as well as full notes) without a compressor ...

    the choice of dual coil Bartolini is perfect for her.
    the original preamp silhouette III meets the original sound, the corrections are mi…
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    UTILIZATION

    Ditto

    SOUNDS

    Ditto

    OVERALL OPINION

    Assets:

    a monster of balance and comfort.
    the neck shows a gap of rope-standard but is very fine and very flat
    the bass is a incredible lightness despite this massive and impressive!
    fewer 3kilos500grammes

    the mixture of wood is ideal for a sustain a dynamic and important, the sound a vacuum spreads far and wide.
    ideal for jazz fusion and subtle fingers (the ghosts and harmonic notes are made as well as full notes) without a compressor ...

    the choice of dual coil Bartolini is perfect for her.
    the original preamp silhouette III meets the original sound, the corrections are mild, and all combinations always give something interesting.
    the sound is already very passive dynamic and needs little editing to find a frequency balance

    noble work and rigorous stringed instrument on this reminds me that of Thompson and Fodera.
    the look of that character with the head so special (personal love) ...

    the sound is also of the same caliber, it's a draw you to tears so it's nice to hear a
    I love the grip and the grain gnrs by this type of wide flat frets.
    Cons:

    Price also suggests a Fodera and thompson .... 5000USD!
    quasi kifkif in euro currency, taxes and VAT.

    there is no mass of its models in France, it must be the only one that's a shame because this "family" of luthiers end of the school thompson representing the elite of violin bass world deserves to be known.
    and Huff, Browne and other guys are available, passionate and creative
    Here is my new piece as beautiful to look at as to play:
    on http://www.dhuffguitars.com/ WM custom in gallery

    groove was all good and full of good sounds
    ps: you can not put 12 out of 10?
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