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Gretsch G5265 Jet Baritone
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Lord Wan Lord Wan
Publié le 06/28/10 à 03:03
Beauty Les Paul (single cutaway, tuners symmetrical 3 +3)
Channel 22 frets long fork (about 15 cm above a guitar)
Two humbuckers (not splitables)
Bigsby tremolo
1 volume + 1 tone + 1 selector 3 positions (1, 1 +2, 2)
Black varnish with glitter



UTILIZATION

Handle with heavy guitar handy. A book with big hands or bassist. The sound sort 'average' in a guitar amp tube.
The guitar is almost balanced and the handle and very pleasant.

SOUNDS

It is better to go through a pre-amp and an electronic effect to add chorus / tremolo in and out on a sound amplifier for the bass.
It can climb ropes to grant special baritone in Bb. For my part I have given in LA-SOL-DO-RE-MI-LA which is easier to integrate with guitars. We can give the lowest dificult with these strings without curling. It can also be given in low E as a bass in the amount of bass strings. This gives a six-string bass with tremolo!


OVERALL OPINION

Looks great, solid construction that allows bass strings. a very reasonable price for a Gretsch!
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