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toden80 toden80
Published on 09/04/06 at 06:29
For features, I refer you to the site very didactic line 6
pretty decent Korean manufacturing
the violin is clean, even if the varnish of the handle is thick enough
the frets are smallish, but well placed round Surla
there is a lack of push-button selection of models, which prevents any custom backup in banks.
the vendor is accustomed to the Variax, and it is loaded in 5 minutes before even sell me
I add that the battery access door is very easy to open (no screws!)
Finally, the gig-bag offered is really nickel and very padded

The handle has a fairly flat profile, which was a bit confused, but it is nice and fast enough
the action is set low which arranges things
guitar light enough and well trained, pleasant to take control
the sounds are very easy to select, and the two banks are customs practices for quick access
a familiar problem: a place of understanding very average (if only one uses the tremolo) that being it is mounted with a draft which does not help low
therefore provide block
the cable sfournis are nickel (neutrik a lifetime warranty!) and the robust housing
this guitar is really not complicated to use, plug and you turn a knob ...
It's not a gas plant!

The sounds are rich and varied
for most, not knowing the original, I can not tell if they are faithful
in any case it is true to the idea that I'm this or that guitar (from the disk etc ...)
the nuances of the game are well made (vibrato, harmonics ..)
CA Larsen incredible but true even with some distortion and a les paul (moi ca me astonished)
for acoustic sound, drop the idea to use your guitar amp AC does not
this will work is full of good things even if it sometimes takes to be careful to detect the difference between such and such a model ... Maybe not I hearing fine enough?

This guitar is a very good model
it is fun to play physically, which is very important
it restores the game well
there are lots of different sounds and musical
I would advise against having only AC, but no more than it's been an investment excllent
is obviously confusing and sometimes forget some a priori but honestly this is not the monster or the shame that we described here and there ...
remember that 60 years ago there were no microphones on the guitar, then refuse progress past the stage of success like the frieze passeism
there is no reason to be haughty with those who love this guitar, it would be rather large for instrument makers, who themselves have a perfect violin, to match the diversity offered
in this sense, to another budget, the PRS 513 is another way, but expect the others?
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