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DeArmond X135Published on 11/03/09 at 17:42
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
electric guitar / acoustic "hollow body"
manufactured in Korea in late 1990
1 microphone (neck) double b. Vol. tone.
I can not say what woods are used, but it looks sturdy ...
'm floating bridge
beautiful tailpiece
finishes are correct!
mechanics are very average, I'll change them directly, the instrument is better than that!
The varnish is a bit thick maybe ...
but overall it's very very good

UTILIZATION

the handle is very nice, kind of basic electric guitar now.
with a truss for the setting.
very easy to adjust, even with very low action.
it is well balanced as it sat jumbo acoustic guitar and upright is a bit thinner than a sound so it's very comfortable.
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electric guitar / acoustic "hollow body"
manufactured in Korea in late 1990
1 microphone (neck) double b. Vol. tone.
I can not say what woods are used, but it looks sturdy ...
'm floating bridge
beautiful tailpiece
finishes are correct!
mechanics are very average, I'll change them directly, the instrument is better than that!
The varnish is a bit thick maybe ...
but overall it's very very good

UTILIZATION

the handle is very nice, kind of basic electric guitar now.
with a truss for the setting.
very easy to adjust, even with very low action.
it is well balanced as it sat jumbo acoustic guitar and upright is a bit thinner than a sound so it's very comfortable.
Cutaway ....

SOUNDS

Connect:
(It is equipped with a microphone DeArmond)
it keeps sound very acoustic, very defined and very well balanced.
super!
I think we can play very different styles of music with the microphone.
jazz, rock, 50's of course, but not necessarily typed stuff, since the notes are very well defined, it lends itself a little while depending on the needs ...

Acoustic
very pleasant surprise, it sounds!
strong enough for this type of guitar (much better than the Gretsch in this range widely as well as beautiful Gibson)
the sound is balanced well, great for the old blues.

OVERALL OPINION

I have this guitar recently.
but I will update my review if defects appear ...
money incredible ....
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  • Manufacturer: DeArmond
  • Model: X135
  • Category: Hollow Body/Semi Hollow Body Electric Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 02/23/2003

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