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  • VasFaireDuSonZozoVasFaireDuSonZozo

    Aria Pro II TA-60Published on 06/15/03 at 14:50
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This is basically a Gibson ES335 table but without the curved wooden block which is under the microphones of the latter.
    Manufacturing 1981-1984
    The finish is very correct with nets on the body and the key.
    Wood, mechanical and electronic good. (No one cares about mine who has more than 15) Channel 22 frets - 2 humbucker pickups like PAF
    2 volume / 2 tone / 1 3-position selector.

    UTILIZATION

    Handle easy, well balanced and light guitar
    For access to acute, not the guitar Jeff Beck ... Access to the 19th box effortlessly anyway.

    SOUNDS

    Neck pickup: that happiness. Not very powerful (normal for this type of guitar) but a lot of sensitivity Ideal for playing the …
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    This is basically a Gibson ES335 table but without the curved wooden block which is under the microphones of the latter.
    Manufacturing 1981-1984
    The finish is very correct with nets on the body and the key.
    Wood, mechanical and electronic good. (No one cares about mine who has more than 15) Channel 22 frets - 2 humbucker pickups like PAF
    2 volume / 2 tone / 1 3-position selector.

    UTILIZATION

    Handle easy, well balanced and light guitar
    For access to acute, not the guitar Jeff Beck ... Access to the 19th box effortlessly anyway.

    SOUNDS

    Neck pickup: that happiness. Not very powerful (normal for this type of guitar) but a lot of sensitivity Ideal for playing the game with a bluesy sound that goes from light to come and nothing but crunchy touch. Many body. A little too serious can be, the balance might be a bit better (but I play finger and I do not like markers!)
    Also allows for superb large and dynamic full distos well spent in a Mesa Boogie for example.

    Pickup: A little too late. One wonders, or pass the resonance of the hollow body. Merit can be replaced. (Again this may be my taste. I do not like the pickups sharp!)

    8 because of that micro

    OVERALL OPINION

    Although 15 years of loyal service. No worries. The handle does not move.
    498 in a small pickup and would be perfect.
    I love the center console box without giving it a well full.
    In my small collection, it is not the star but in the end, I very often solicits record for its full well.
    Price or we must find today (It's not a Rican) deserves its 8 / 9 I'll put 9
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  • NaykoNayko

    Aria Pro II TA-60Published on 06/26/04 at 01:54
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    A fourth body Asian enjoyable to play.
    2 humbucker pickups that are the case (the upper deserves to be changed over time).
    Channel 22 screwed to the 15th fret box. short scale
    Volume and tone with microphone.
    It has a size smaller than ES 345/335

    UTILIZATION

    The profile of the handle can be tiring in the long run (I do mostly rhythm) but it is nice to go especially for small blues solos.
    With a handle screwed to the 15th fret, spent the 19th must be made Contortions digital but it's enough.
    The balance of the guitar is perfect and its weight is forgotten when the strap over.

    SOUNDS

    A vacuum it already sounds (hollow body forces) which is a good sign. Once c…
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    A fourth body Asian enjoyable to play.
    2 humbucker pickups that are the case (the upper deserves to be changed over time).
    Channel 22 screwed to the 15th fret box. short scale
    Volume and tone with microphone.
    It has a size smaller than ES 345/335

    UTILIZATION

    The profile of the handle can be tiring in the long run (I do mostly rhythm) but it is nice to go especially for small blues solos.
    With a handle screwed to the 15th fret, spent the 19th must be made Contortions digital but it's enough.
    The balance of the guitar is perfect and its weight is forgotten when the strap over.

    SOUNDS

    A vacuum it already sounds (hollow body forces) which is a good sign. Once connected the sound is very correct, perfect for blues and rock. A deep sound and plenty of heat. I plugged into a JTM 30 and it sounds "blue".
    I love his grave by micro against acute I changed the microphone to put a Seymour Duncan SH-1 '59 in order to have a little fishing on the solos and some rhythm.
    The distortion goes smoothly. She feedback easily, but it's still musical and controllable.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It is a favorite guitar and it is especially my first. In 6 years I never did ais of infidelity ...
    It has the look. Mine is white ... dirty from my luthier friend.
    I paid 2000F at the time and I would do the purchase easily.
    The ratings are based on what I wanted from a guitar in this price range
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  • kesan-de-kaskesan-de-kas

    Aria Pro II TA-60Published on 11/30/07 at 15:25
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Everything is already said; CF other opinions. I find a comprehensive way that the quality of the guitar is good for the price paid.

    UTILIZATION

    Good ergonomics, the guitar is light and enjoyable to play. Settings via the knobs are well defined. Nothing to say on that side. The handle is also quite nice too.

    SOUNDS

    This is where I really like this guitar. The pickups have been changed to the real Gibson USA. Frankly this guitar is the thunder once equipped with these pickups. I get all the sounds I want. Whether it is a clear lens, or with many mediums such jazz, it's perfect. ... What about distortion? The sustain of the guitar itself is excellent (japanese manufactur…
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    Everything is already said; CF other opinions. I find a comprehensive way that the quality of the guitar is good for the price paid.

    UTILIZATION

    Good ergonomics, the guitar is light and enjoyable to play. Settings via the knobs are well defined. Nothing to say on that side. The handle is also quite nice too.

    SOUNDS

    This is where I really like this guitar. The pickups have been changed to the real Gibson USA. Frankly this guitar is the thunder once equipped with these pickups. I get all the sounds I want. Whether it is a clear lens, or with many mediums such jazz, it's perfect. ... What about distortion? The sustain of the guitar itself is excellent (japanese manufacturing) and with microphones it's great. She did not appear, but the treble can totally blow the whistle without forcing too much on the treble, just with the rich harmonics. In short, this guitar really great. The neck pickup is excellent for the coup of the blues and also sounds good crunch. And if you want to play on the bridge pickups to make good in the treble solos, the festivities are open. Its very hot and very good answer. Even without the Gibson USA, I remember the sound was already typed Blues, Crunch, but less dynamic.

    OVERALL OPINION

    You can find this guitar costs included for a price between 160 and 250 euros generally occasion. You do not have that opportunity, it was manufactured by the factory Matsumoko in Japan in the 80s. Frankly very very good. And I honestly think, for the price of any guitar sold new to him now come to the ankle. If you find a cheap try there, let yourself fall in love! paid 200 euros, I do not regret my purchase for such quality.
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