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  • jules_thjules_th

    Maurice Dupont NomadePublished on 04/04/06 at 05:02
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Guitar manufactured by the workshop Maurice Dupont, France, Cognac prs.
    techniques for dtails see the site of Maurice Dupont: www.acoustic-guitars.com
    The goal is to have a gypsy of range, not too CHRE (about 1200 euros, or about half the price of Selmer MODEL).
    The handle is screwed - which is never a problem.
    The guitar is lgre (all guitars are from lgres MD, is a pleasure).
    book with hard case.
    I put 9 out of 10 n'tant perfection not of this world, but the ratio quality price is good trs.

    UTILIZATION

    Channel enjoyable, the sound is equilibrated (it's a gypsy, even when, eh, but the bass stand out well). I have not tried ropes Argentina, but those found in MD (Galli…
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    Guitar manufactured by the workshop Maurice Dupont, France, Cognac prs.
    techniques for dtails see the site of Maurice Dupont: www.acoustic-guitars.com
    The goal is to have a gypsy of range, not too CHRE (about 1200 euros, or about half the price of Selmer MODEL).
    The handle is screwed - which is never a problem.
    The guitar is lgre (all guitars are from lgres MD, is a pleasure).
    book with hard case.
    I put 9 out of 10 n'tant perfection not of this world, but the ratio quality price is good trs.

    UTILIZATION

    Channel enjoyable, the sound is equilibrated (it's a gypsy, even when, eh, but the bass stand out well). I have not tried ropes Argentina, but those found in MD (Galli blue package) go well with trs. I had the opportunity to touch the hair of one fourth of rglage dvissant the handle and then by inserting a tiny wedge - assistance tlphonique qlq'un by the workshop. I do not do that with the gypsy, but also jazz.

    SOUNDS

    I asked the lectrifier in fact a micro nut, the era (2002) micro "Django" did not exist. You must use a good EQ in this case, but the sound goes to scne. In the studio, a microphone in front is better.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's been three years since I played with, qlqs songs on a disc (Alain Sourigues, "(two)") and scne. The guitar is right, it will say "he only needs a" but ... I am not a 'djangoiste' mdiator crazy and that I use is not 3 mm thick as I once read on a website, so I will not believe ct gypsy style beef for 3 hours. But the game is easy, the sound DGIG front is all you need. I know another professional guitarist who has gained for qlqs records without wanting to break into this style. This is certainly a good guitar (it's a Dupont), compared prices impeccable quality, the choice I would do unless I found over 1500 euros ...
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  • casaniscasanis

    Maurice Dupont NomadePublished on 02/11/11 at 10:18
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    this guitar is really weird for a gypsy. there is no fret 0, the rosewood fingerboard is like the bridge, but not on the ribs of rosewood. of mahogany in the neck ...
    all this done, with the big mouth that it sounds a little gypsy, but not too much!

    UTILIZATION



    SOUNDS

    Yeah me playing blues on the gypsy, AC can do

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have tried tons. I tried a secondhand and cheap just now and I was tempted, but not assigned. a je ne sais quoi that prevents think it's great violin, in some ways is almost same as disappointing as the crap I hesitate to gallato
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    this guitar is really weird for a gypsy. there is no fret 0, the rosewood fingerboard is like the bridge, but not on the ribs of rosewood. of mahogany in the neck ...
    all this done, with the big mouth that it sounds a little gypsy, but not too much!

    UTILIZATION



    SOUNDS

    Yeah me playing blues on the gypsy, AC can do

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have tried tons. I tried a secondhand and cheap just now and I was tempted, but not assigned. a je ne sais quoi that prevents think it's great violin, in some ways is almost same as disappointing as the crap I hesitate to gallato
    See less
  • casaniscasanis

    Maurice Dupont NomadePublished on 02/11/11 at 10:18
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    this guitar is really weird for a gypsy. there is no fret 0, the rosewood fingerboard is like the bridge, but not on the ribs of rosewood. of mahogany in the neck ...
    all this done, with the big mouth that it sounds a little gypsy, but not too much!

    UTILIZATION



    SOUNDS

    Yeah me playing blues on the gypsy, AC can do

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have tried tons. I tried a secondhand and cheap just now and I was tempted, but not assigned. a je ne sais quoi that prevents think it's great violin, in some ways is almost same as disappointing as the crap I hesitate to gallato
    Read more
    this guitar is really weird for a gypsy. there is no fret 0, the rosewood fingerboard is like the bridge, but not on the ribs of rosewood. of mahogany in the neck ...
    all this done, with the big mouth that it sounds a little gypsy, but not too much!

    UTILIZATION



    SOUNDS

    Yeah me playing blues on the gypsy, AC can do

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have tried tons. I tried a secondhand and cheap just now and I was tempted, but not assigned. a je ne sais quoi that prevents think it's great violin, in some ways is almost same as disappointing as the crap I hesitate to gallato
    See less
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