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PtiBiere PtiBiere
Publié le 01/17/10 à 10:08
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Channel 22 frets, bridge type tune-o-matic, stop bar tailpiece type

UTILIZATION

Ergonomics as good as 335 or drive. Channel really very good, like the rest of the violin also, very pleasant.

SOUNDS

Very versatile (3 positions microphones + 6 = 18 positions Varitone sounds very good and very DIFFERENT ....) Gnrale online. Very good and clean jazz sound (the best my opinion) very simpa distortion for hard rock, blues or other not by the mtal cons ...
A specific on that, ultimately, all positions are not really usable, but my taste may be others will love, at least we have a choice!

OVERALL OPINION

I've had 2 years, I did not pay so the price quality ratio for me! (Even from the argus carrment it is excellent!). It is a guitar that I would sell its 500th as data quality, but found much cheaper ... Otherwise j'ne completeent am satisfied the violin is really very good quality, finishes nikel, electronics is very good (no snoring, variatone knobs and effective ... - a little - the microphones handle that does not satisfy that half but a microphone, turns)
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