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Fender Blacktop Series Review - Fender Puts On a Spurt
Instead of launching the umpteenth reissue of a catalog instrument, Fender decided to innovate by mounting high-output passive humbuckers on a new series called Black Top. This new product range includes a Telecaster, a Jaguar and a Stratocaster equipped with the same pickup combination based on two humbuckers. The Jazzmaster gets a more original pickup combination with one humbucker (Hot Vintage Alnico Bridge Humbucking Pickup) and one P-90 in the neck position.
tjon901's review"Mellow sounding Fender"
coolzapp's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Very good guitar!"
Made in Mexico
22 medium frets
Nut Width: 42mm
2 humbuckers Hot Vintage Alnico
Thomann selector 3 positions
Buttons blunt kind of amp
I had seen on this guitar for some time and recently I bought used for 250 €
I tried lots of guitars, and this is obviously not the best I've tested, but for less than 600 € new one has a well finished guitar very well made, a PERFECT round (in all cases my hand), short SAR level violin.
At the sound, I was surprised by the bridge pickup that sounds wickedly good little go from blues to big sound. A pretty vintage but powerful and versatile sound. For the neck pickup is not the thunderbolt, I find overloaded bass, but good, not dégeu anyway. The clean sound is also good without being exceptional, again preference for pickup.
In short, the sound is good without being exceptional and damn versatile.
The big highlight for me is the violin, it's a good guitar with good mechanical, a good bridge and a perfect inning. Sound level, I think the upgrade with a pair of Seymour sh2-sh4 short term. I put my mind to day!
So we end up with not very expensive for a good quality guitar that damn worth it!
The price / quality ratio is excellent and I do it again this choice without hesitation!
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