tiyoune 08/15/2007

Gibson ES-135 : tiyoune's user review


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A Gibson factory in the United States is the use for the brand. There are only instruments in the quality manufacturer and it is consistent with the RULES (no concern for sries made in Japan, Korea, Mexico, etc. ..) It is not a copy of itself. The handle is round, like a fretboard, what, there is nothing wrong, you get used to rev faster and it's a standard we can play all the guitars in the world when we have my sorting the l. Access in acute is very well for an ES (Electric Spanish), better than on my Strato. The fittings are chrome and did not prick the years (10 years all of the same!). The frets are large, as in her big sisters, comfortable and accuracy is perfect. In any case, it is the right choice, a Gibson and nothing else!


One connects and rings on all the amps, all simply. The microphone is acute and serious rock'n'roll trs trs jazz. (With P 90 but I tried with the MODEL humbucker, but quality is equivalent diffrent ) It's solid! APRS is history of gout and rglage amp. The Gibson pickups, they can be imitated, but they remain the references.
Getting started is easy when you come from a folk or classical guitar. The size of the box is of the same consquente. It is not dpays. MODEL This is not very sensitive to feedback and not "food" no batteries. It works all the time, through the seasons and years with no problem. Companion idalie what!


For blues, it's perfect. The warm sound of the neck pickup (P 90) sounds good on an amp lights a little saturated. The bridge pickup, it accepts a much more distortion.
In his clear is the happiness of an AER amp or a Roland, you get treble, sweet, soft notes las more strident by changing and moving the microphone and Tone on the guitar alone. Low level, do not worry either, it is the balance. Although only a quarter of cash, no amp, it sounds a lot too. It has nothing to envy MODELS certainly more sumptuously apprt, but much more expensive brand amricaine. So for the blues, rock and jazz, an ES 135 is well trs.


I use it for more than five years, there has never been a problem. I did rgler the handle by a luthier (the Previous owner had not done out of the store ...) and plays. I tried Japanese (Ibanez, Yamaha etc ...) but it has nothing to do. Often these are copies "cheap" by the prestigious Gibson MODELS (L4, L5 ES E175 etc ...) The finish is not height and tighten the price, the sound is not either (G Benson A model made to measure). The ES 135 does not have a pearl, gold or veneer wood but it is rare.
made and P 90 are inimitable. Its look is also indmodable, we feel that is not a "disposable gadget." The "Rican" are strong in their fields, it must be reconnatre.
So a super skyscraper whose rating is not usurped. Blessed are the nosy lucky!