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  • Anonymous

    My ES335 is back from the 60's sound, finally!

    Hysteric Bar Pickups Double BrunettePublished on 12/19/13 at 16:18
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Paf replica that equipped the first Gibson ES 335 & SG!
    Pickups custom made in the USA in collaboration with Japanese designer.

    I ordered these along with Paf covers aged nikel Area '59 under the excellent guidance of "Micros Boutique" to equip my Gibson ES-335 1963 50th originally mounted pickups Gibson Burstbucker 1 & 2 hair too modern, and too aggressive rights to my taste for this kind of beautiful violin.

    So far I swore by the Gibson '57 Classic frankly appropriate on an ES, particularly in dealing with Burstbucker mounted in series on most guitars that come out of the Custom Shop.

    I like balance, warmth, grain, precision and sustain Madness Hysteric these that give a......
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    Paf replica that equipped the first Gibson ES 335 & SG!
    Pickups custom made in the USA in collaboration with Japanese designer.

    I ordered these along with Paf covers aged nikel Area '59 under the excellent guidance of "Micros Boutique" to equip my Gibson ES-335 1963 50th originally mounted pickups Gibson Burstbucker 1 & 2 hair too modern, and too aggressive rights to my taste for this kind of beautiful violin.

    So far I swore by the Gibson '57 Classic frankly appropriate on an ES, particularly in dealing with Burstbucker mounted in series on most guitars that come out of the Custom Shop.

    I like balance, warmth, grain, precision and sustain Madness Hysteric these that give a whole new dimension to the instrument, to rediscover a sense. They do not sound metal in low like some other replicas.

    Obviously the sound is subjective and hard to describe, but in the context of replacement pickups on a guitar of quality, it is essential to think of Paf that hold the road and are in agreement with the instrument. These Hysteric perfectly fulfill their role!

    Fender Twin on my '57 is simply sublime!
    Absolutely everything that I like to hear, a sound woody, slender, friendly and accurate time ...
    Intermediate position appears a sort of "honk" subtle that I am particularly fond.
    The clean is great, the crunch is simply to die for!

    Like most pickups "boutique" is not given, but this is quality material tested and manufactured manually. Course quality comes at a price but frankly you will not regret it!

    Link http://www.micros-boutique-effets-guitar-parts.com/products-/hysteric-bar/
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