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Excellent 7-string saw the price!

Agile Interceptor Pro-B 725Published on 05/24/11 at 03:23
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Guitar made in Korea.
Floyd Rose licensed bridge.
Driver Channel 5 ply maple, pitch 25.5 ".
24 jumbo frets on the ebony fingerboard without inlays with radius of 350 mm.
Grover Die Cast Tuners.
Black hardware, volume, tone and a toggle switch 3 positions.
Seymour Duncan humbuckers active AHP1 Phase 2 Blackout.
Reverse head.
Flamed maple top on the body (archtop) mahogany.
D'Addario 56 - 42 - 32-24 - 16 - 11 - 09 in the factory.
9V battery with access through a hatch back.

UTILIZATION

The handle is a nice big round of 7 strings: quite round, thick, wide (21.5 mm / 22 mm square and the twelfth). Very close to that of Schecter 7 string. The back of the neck is just......
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Guitar made in Korea.
Floyd Rose licensed bridge.
Driver Channel 5 ply maple, pitch 25.5 ".
24 jumbo frets on the ebony fingerboard without inlays with radius of 350 mm.
Grover Die Cast Tuners.
Black hardware, volume, tone and a toggle switch 3 positions.
Seymour Duncan humbuckers active AHP1 Phase 2 Blackout.
Reverse head.
Flamed maple top on the body (archtop) mahogany.
D'Addario 56 - 42 - 32-24 - 16 - 11 - 09 in the factory.
9V battery with access through a hatch back.

UTILIZATION

The handle is a nice big round of 7 strings: quite round, thick, wide (21.5 mm / 22 mm square and the twelfth). Very close to that of Schecter 7 string. The back of the neck is just like the body paint. Another point in common with the Schecter Hellraiser example. It's pretty fast, the handling is easy (from the 6 strings), it is right at home! Access to treble is excellent because it is a race driver, and the ebony fingerboard is very nice. The radius of 350 mm is the fact that home anywhere on the handle, ideal for fast play. A (very) good handle for a 7 string, better than an Ibanez in my opinion. The key unmarked no problem! It will mark thanks to landmarks on the side of the handle is plenty.

The body is that of a superstrate: good handling, well balanced despite the size of the head (pretty stupid), body thickness in the standard, very correct weight (not heavier than some 6 strings of the same size) and position of the right hand very naturally with the profile arch-top body. The vacuum is its interesting, very bright with a nice resonance and good sustain. Pulling rope of origin is a bit light, but nothing bothersome.

SOUNDS

This section will fill up gradually in a short time. She will be tried in the coming days on a 6505 + head with a baffle Engl 412S. I'm not worried too big to play Metal, but it will probably not feel comfortable on the blues or jazz-fusion!

I'll quickly updater this section.

OVERALL OPINION

I have the last 24 hours, time enough to play for a few hours to empty.
The feature I like least is probably the tremolo, very steep. It is perfectly right, but it is very hard to handle, you really force it. I see the use. For the rest, it seems to me an excellent bill! The finishes are good, the frets well trimmed, nothing HOOK. Mine has a flamed table very discreet, with rather small veins which gives it a little later "used" by time. Nice looking and certainly less flashy than a PRS with a table AAAA! A very good guitar for new users because the 7-string pitch 25.5 ", the profile of the neck and the radius of 350 mm are no problem.

I'll quickly updater this section.

Otherwise 820 euros (postage + box fly-honest customs fees + + 19.6%) for that, hard to do better! The guitar currently costs $ 789 on the site www.rondomusic.com which is the distributor, and given the odds of the dollar right now ... Super value for money for a guitar that does not have to blush before the Schecter!
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  • Manufacturer: Agile
  • Model: Interceptor Pro-B 725
  • Category: Electric solidbody baritone or 7/8 string guitars
  • Added in our database on: 05/17/2011

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Other names: interceptorprob 725, interceptorprob725, interceptor pro b725

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