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  • jauffretjauffret

    breathtaking!

    Duesenberg Fullerton TVPublished on 08/01/10 at 05:33
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    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Half body / semi-hollow body, double cutaway
    22 frets-Neck Inlays points
    Scale Length 25.5 "/ 648mm
    Body Maple / Maple
    Sitka Spruce
    Neck Maple / Maple
    Rosewood
    configuring pickups: SH, 1x humbucker + 1x Singlecoil
    Micro Switch: 3-way toggle
    Selector settings: 1x volume, 1x tone
    Bridge / Tremolo: Bigsby Style
    Hardware: Nickel

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very comfortable, it is for me very close to the Lespaul.
    That's going the custom microphone DP90 in the neck position gives an authentic blues sound (amazingly net saturation) which combines beautifully with the vintage Humbucker in the bridge position.
    Access to acute with double cutaway makes you want to venture into …
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    Half body / semi-hollow body, double cutaway
    22 frets-Neck Inlays points
    Scale Length 25.5 "/ 648mm
    Body Maple / Maple
    Sitka Spruce
    Neck Maple / Maple
    Rosewood
    configuring pickups: SH, 1x humbucker + 1x Singlecoil
    Micro Switch: 3-way toggle
    Selector settings: 1x volume, 1x tone
    Bridge / Tremolo: Bigsby Style
    Hardware: Nickel

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very comfortable, it is for me very close to the Lespaul.
    That's going the custom microphone DP90 in the neck position gives an authentic blues sound (amazingly net saturation) which combines beautifully with the vintage Humbucker in the bridge position.
    Access to acute with double cutaway makes you want to venture into the last boxes.

    SOUNDS

    Super versatile!
    I actually seem to hear the choice
    a Gibson 335, a Gretsch, A Lespaul.
    I play a Laney Lionheart amp lamps

    OVERALL OPINION

    I play for 2 months and am impressed by:
    Light-weight and bulkiness,
    -Tuning its very specific and practical side of editing strings
    -Render many varieties of sounds produced by its microphones,
    -The incredible comfort of the handle and flush frets setting,
    -Its very convenient system for mounting the top rope as the bottom!
    His vibrato-that do not use the instrument out of tune
    -Finishes and the look

    I have had many guitars and this one is well with my complete
    Telecaster. I am totally conquered and charmed.
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