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Danelectro '56 Pro Baritone
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    Danelectro '56 Pro BaritonePublished on 07/21/10 at 08:10
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Danelectro products are manufactured in Asia since the firm Evets Corporation began production of copies in the 90s. This production was suspended between 2001 and 2006, we are now witnessing the second resurrection of this friendly franchise.
    On the model I received I was happy to see that the bridge was fixed brushed steel bridges. For those who do not know very well the product Danelectro be aware that some models have only easels "floating" wood as the model presented above .. This is part of the charm of these guitars but make it very difficult to adjust properly. So mine looks like the attached picture.
    The neck has 22 frets fretted, is maple and rosewood fingerboard.
    The pickups a…
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    Danelectro products are manufactured in Asia since the firm Evets Corporation began production of copies in the 90s. This production was suspended between 2001 and 2006, we are now witnessing the second resurrection of this friendly franchise.
    On the model I received I was happy to see that the bridge was fixed brushed steel bridges. For those who do not know very well the product Danelectro be aware that some models have only easels "floating" wood as the model presented above .. This is part of the charm of these guitars but make it very difficult to adjust properly. So mine looks like the attached picture.
    The neck has 22 frets fretted, is maple and rosewood fingerboard.
    The pickups are typical of "Lipstick" has the following properties:
    Aged magnet. 4.0K ohms. Measurements: Pickup (tube only) length: 3-1/8 "/ Height: 1 / 2" / Mounting bracket (end to end) length: 3-1/4 "/ Mounting bracket width: 1 / 2"
    The body is so thin chipboard.
    The nut is aluminum and is screwed into the handle.
    The truss road is accessible by unscrewing the handle.
    The acastillage is of good quality (type Gotho) steel and brushed aluminum.
    A volume Knob another tone. So nothing like the model presented above 90 years which, through a system of "ring" you could adjust the volume and tone control for each mic.
    Selector handle pickups / neck-bridge (series) / bridge.
    The central position of the selector can have a "humbucker" part of the wiring in series (so) different example of what can be found in Fender.
    Biding The body consists of a strip of industrial paper ..
    The finish is generally correct, the handle is hooped, electronics is rather well done.
    So for the price paid I put: very good!

    UTILIZATION

    So there it goes bad ..
    I got this guitar with a round worse than concave or convex but rather "warped" .. So I have to hit me Schedule 'said handle and if it does nothing conclusive direction luthier.
    It's a shame because once connected it sounds pretty good (aficionados of twang you understand me).
    I was looking for an instrument to counteract the fact that I play in a band without a bassist. Is EX-AC-ly the sound I wanted! I can switch from one guitar to the twin peaks to deep bass sounds. It's great!
    So level its nothing to say but setting does not exist, not cool.

    SOUNDS

    You can not compare the incomparable. Sound is a sound Danelectro Danelectro. That's why we put it .. or not.


    OVERALL OPINION

    So here, the dilemma of the final grade. A good cheap product that provides what is expected of him but a quality control department not good. So the fact that the handle of the skyscraper may have suffered a number of reasons independent of the manufacturer. Carrier take precautions, storage conditions etc etc. .. infamous But anyway, I'm a little disappointed not resolved in a guitar factory.
    Very good product and good follow-up = not correct guitar.
    It's a shame.
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