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Publié le 10/28/06 à 16:22
Little Korea 22 frets
2 single coil pickups but with a power greater than
usual (size pickups accordingly higher too).
are not those of the photo (the special semi hollow're only two microphones positioned as any telecaster)
The strings rest on an easel Special G & L which is superb finish,
and quality.
the settings are simple (volume, tone) Plus pickup selector (neck, neck bridge, bridge)

UTILIZATION

The handle is like all the G & L, super nice and fast.
The weight is nice, fairly light for its class (less than a good strat U.S.)
The sound is great and can be easily snapping adjustable soft-edged + one more distinction of having one up his "whooping".

SOUNDS

This is a guitar that goes well with the fast amp (Vox, Marshall ,...)

OVERALL OPINION

Its overall look is beautiful, more sublime varnish, it gives us an extraordinary personality of its easy and very good games.
Great quality / price as the full range tribute (I've tried)

Choice to advise and again without hesitation ...
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