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«  L5 disguised »

Publié le 03/01/11 à 09:29
Superb replica of the Gibson L5 The fund has Antoria Ibanez equipped with mechanical and electronic gibson. Sound identical to the Gibson L5 Gibson 57 Humbuckers Tune -0 - Matic Mechanical Grover Gibson upscale tortoise pickguard Gibson.
1979 - Equipped Gibson replica of the legendary Gibson L-5, manufactured in the workshops of Ibanez in Japan for the English market in the '70s under the name Antoria, violin making has nothing to envy the guitars made in Kalamazoo. The guitar has been fully equipped Gibson. It has the same sound as the old vintage Gibson L-5, Size 17 "Same as L-5 Equipment: - Humbucker Gibson 57 - Tailpiece Tailpiece Gibson L-5 Gold and Chrome - Genuine 5 ply pickguard Gibson - Tune -0 - Gibson gold or wooden matic Bridge - Grover Gold - Mother of Pearl buttons encrusted - Channel fine and enjoyable to play -
Perfect replica of the Gibson L5, for a price far more affordable.

UTILIZATION

The handle is solid and quick and the end of a march es-175, the shape is that of an L5, access to acute impeccable. The perfect balance. Mine support ropes 0.13 jazz without flinching and I did not correct the quest of the handle. Although it set a real highway!

SOUNDS

The L5 is a antoria same equipment same weight even his
Its mellow jazzy neck pickup and fat, micro acute brightens the treble, which makes sense and adapt to any situation.
For could try and compare a real Gibson L5, an es-175 and Antoria, except for a difference in power probably to the fund, the sound of 3 guitars is almost identical. Question Weight Gibon L5 or L5 Antoria ditto es-175 is lighter.


OVERALL OPINION

say that again, L5 or L5 Antoria Gibon, that's about the same. Ibanez has nothing to prove to the point of view Jazz Guitar, Gibson either. The big difference is in the purchase price I got my Antoria for 1850 € a Gibson should turn in the 7000 €, and in the 3000 Ibanez L5 € if it is found!
If you find Antoria L5, purchase, you will not regret it, at least if it was me I would do it again!
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