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Duesenberg Starplayer III

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Jawohl!

Duesenberg Starplayer IIIPublished on 12/14/11 at 09:39
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
New version of the Duesenberg Starplayer it appear different Starplayer its big sister the TV a flat body, it is available, for now, only two finishes "piano black" and "sparkle" while the TV is left dcline version without vribrato with optional microphone and a standard color palette. Besides these are the same dtails utiliss wood for the manufacture, handle with rosewood Saddle, table pica, in wicker covers back and Rabl. For those who had not seer is a semi-hollow guitar with central beam. Ms. config microphones on TV, domino race (type P90) and great vintage humbucker in bridge. All hardware is sign Duesenberg, mechanical locking, Bigsby vibrato type (amlior), bridge etc. ... Tone...…
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New version of the Duesenberg Starplayer it appear different Starplayer its big sister the TV a flat body, it is available, for now, only two finishes "piano black" and "sparkle" while the TV is left dcline version without vribrato with optional microphone and a standard color palette. Besides these are the same dtails utiliss wood for the manufacture, handle with rosewood Saddle, table pica, in wicker covers back and Rabl. For those who had not seer is a semi-hollow guitar with central beam. Ms. config microphones on TV, domino race (type P90) and great vintage humbucker in bridge. All hardware is sign Duesenberg, mechanical locking, Bigsby vibrato type (amlior), bridge etc. ... Tone volume and a 3 slecteur positions.Le as always mount in Germany, and so the bodies are dcoups in Asia!
Whew! It's over ....

UTILIZATION

Ds the grip you can feel the quality of the instrument, not a hoop that hangs, thank you for the "plekmachine" rglage the hair. The neck is fairly thin and not too round, D-shaped I would say it looks like the handle of my Start, so it's ergonomics standard nickel. The guitar is lgre, normal you say the body is hollow, it is in place and does not sting the nose.

SOUNDS

First, given the nature of the guitar it turns out to record jazz, pop, rock and blues rock and even though nerv Ted Nugent played a Gibson byrdland of course, right?
The config microphones is believed, because the guitar is versatile trs, the neck pickup can be jazzy and with overdrive it becomes very bluesy, with a plain reverb is beautiful, well rounded, ample , hot. The bridge pickup with a very hard greasy overdrive, it's perfect for rock pchu. Tone with clear bottom and it is slapping and gets softer ds that plays on this dernire trs always progressive.
The sound flat to me it's the least intermdiaire position, it is good, but not my prfre.Il might be taken by a micro volume to dose each of them, but the I quibble. 9.75 instead of 10 on this one l!!

OVERALL OPINION

Bought recently, I had a dj eye on the TV for a little over a year dj. And store the salesman said he would get a new dclinaison Starplayer of the III. It must be said that black is beautiful, she recalls the Gretsch vintage look in mind.
I wanted a semi-hollow guitar for another sound diffrent of solid body style Fender or Les Paul. Level of manufacturing quality not say is nickel, Exceeds nothing, nothing n'accroche while sliding, normal German is so strict!
The quality-price ratio is for me one of the best on the market given the level of the guitar. A purchase that I do not regret it.
Duesenberg is a brand that goes up, goes up ........
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  • Manufacturer: Duesenberg
  • Model: Starplayer III
  • Series: Starplayer
  • Category: Hollow Body/Semi Hollow Body Electric Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 06/17/2013

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