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  • Eagle 345Published on 10/25/06 at 00:52
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I left, I bought this guitar in 1977 and I had paid 300.
    It trs silent hard to find a guitar left the era.
    For years I used it, it has not moved I would say even that I feel it has improved. It has the default and the quality of the Eagle: It is heavy but it is very well done, even beautiful trs.
    The handle is longer than the current average strait, trs fast, enjoyable.
    I would like some precision on the MODEL, as I bought the era just blindly If someone has

    UTILIZATION

    I play a little bit of everything jazz or blues, it is best in blues.

    SOUNDS

    It's a bluesy trs, the deep bass but the treble lacks precision.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought an ibanez as83 LH, I'm happy but I......
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    I left, I bought this guitar in 1977 and I had paid 300.
    It trs silent hard to find a guitar left the era.
    For years I used it, it has not moved I would say even that I feel it has improved. It has the default and the quality of the Eagle: It is heavy but it is very well done, even beautiful trs.
    The handle is longer than the current average strait, trs fast, enjoyable.
    I would like some precision on the MODEL, as I bought the era just blindly If someone has

    UTILIZATION

    I play a little bit of everything jazz or blues, it is best in blues.

    SOUNDS

    It's a bluesy trs, the deep bass but the treble lacks precision.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought an ibanez as83 LH, I'm happy but I still have an attachment for my Eagle tural and I can not help myself Sparer despite "buttons below the elbow."
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