This guitar was manufactured in Japan in the 80s (most?) Just have to see the picture, to recognize the standard type 335.
The neck, maple / mahogany, glued! Ebony, landmarks pearl / abalone ...
Body: solid maple table! multi background, with maple ondé.Poutre int.d one end to another of the fund.
Positive first impression
Sleeve, slim profile in C, medium frets, easy to play, sliding property, one of the best I had in my fingers ... good access to acute (better than 335)
Slightly below the body 335. The beam int. weighs its weight, of course;
Sound, it depends on what one seeks, see + below ...
Intended to blues, jazz ..
Its usually quite mild, not for the hardcore! Style 335, with a different grain (but very nice) Very good sustain!
17 years since I fiddles. Manufactured in 1983; Channel Extra, full, round, at will sustain ... Very good rap.qual money! And when I read the symbol argus, I am surprised! such a skyscraper, at this price, given c .. Aria, good models manufactured at the time, C was such a pearl, this is probably no longer the same nowadays, I have, among other things, a gibson 335 for 1973 but I keep the Aria! (Code unreal) one who looks a model, pr play blues / jazz, I highly recommend, especially at this price ... (I mean the TA 100, TA not 40.60 ... not to compare)