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Aria Pro II ES-500Published on 05/03/09 at 00:04
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Japanese-made guitar. The one I date 1979 (or 1980 I forget)
The bridge is the same as that of Gibson
The connectors are gold plated.
There are 2 volume knobs, two tone controls and an inverter (which does not really work on my guitar, which is not very serious)
The handle is screwed.

UTILIZATION

The neck is nice, with highs CASC is neither easy nor difficult.
The guitar is a bit heavy.
Readily obtained a good sound.

SOUNDS

It should be a style of music typ blues, jazz and even rock n 'roll 50's
I plug in either a small marshall or in my avalon u5 Behind with a simulation.
Is obtained directly snapping sound very, very typ blues.
It is not really versatile.
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Japanese-made guitar. The one I date 1979 (or 1980 I forget)
The bridge is the same as that of Gibson
The connectors are gold plated.
There are 2 volume knobs, two tone controls and an inverter (which does not really work on my guitar, which is not very serious)
The handle is screwed.

UTILIZATION

The neck is nice, with highs CASC is neither easy nor difficult.
The guitar is a bit heavy.
Readily obtained a good sound.

SOUNDS

It should be a style of music typ blues, jazz and even rock n 'roll 50's
I plug in either a small marshall or in my avalon u5 Behind with a simulation.
Is obtained directly snapping sound very, very typ blues.
It is not really versatile.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for several months. I got it secondhand for a mouth of bread with an amp. This guitar sounds very good, the finishes are not bad at all, she is almost 30 years has always shown a sign of quality. I have a concern about Varitone that do not work (or it will no longer, its effect is truly inaudible). What can I say that I have fun with normment.
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  • Manufacturer: Aria Pro II
  • Model: ES-500
  • Category: Hollow Body/Semi Hollow Body Electric Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 01/04/2007

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