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  • francois.flourensfrancois.flourens

    Hamer USA MonacoPublished on 02/28/10 at 01:57
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Manufactures hand in the USA

    Tone Pros TOM Bigsby
    Channel Les Paul Honduras mahogany, rosewood fingerboard.
    Seymour duncan pickups 22 frets custom in bridge and neck
    spars two volumes, one tonalie button and microphone selector

    USE

    The sleeve is a Les Paul style, so a little thick, but the frets are very soft and protges binding on the cts.
    Hollo a guitar body in The paul, thus more lightweight and very balanced.
    The access to acute is no problem.
    The sound is. Ideals of microphones for blues, rock and rockabilly and jazz.


    SONORITS

    Handle, the velvety sound is extraordinary in the clear. As soon as one selects the neck pickup can feel the difference with this lit…
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    Manufactures hand in the USA

    Tone Pros TOM Bigsby
    Channel Les Paul Honduras mahogany, rosewood fingerboard.
    Seymour duncan pickups 22 frets custom in bridge and neck
    spars two volumes, one tonalie button and microphone selector

    USE

    The sleeve is a Les Paul style, so a little thick, but the frets are very soft and protges binding on the cts.
    Hollo a guitar body in The paul, thus more lightweight and very balanced.
    The access to acute is no problem.
    The sound is. Ideals of microphones for blues, rock and rockabilly and jazz.


    SONORITS

    Handle, the velvety sound is extraordinary in the clear. As soon as one selects the neck pickup can feel the difference with this little crunchy that makes the difference. I tried a gibson es 3335, and there is no comparison. No doubt that the massive table epicay is something. Any fawn as says Hamer USA

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    For several days

    so much
    What I like the most is the sound, the less the color of the screws around the cache, but that's a detail.
    As my father, but either fawn is less than a gibson chre and sounds much better.

    I would do this choice without hesitation.
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  • francois.flourensfrancois.flourens

    Hamer USA MonacoPublished on 02/28/10 at 01:57
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Manufactures hand in the USA

    Other Tone TOM Bigsby
    Neck Les Paul Standard Honduras mahogany, rosewood fingerboard.
    22 frets Seymour Duncan Custom in bridge and neck
    spars two volumes, one tone knob and a selector micro

    UTILIZATION

    The sleeve is a Les Paul style, a little pais, but the frets are very smooth and protects the binding on the sides.
    Hollo body guitar Les paul format, and therefore more lgre very balance.
    CASC is done without the acute problem.
    The sound is l. Microphones Idaux for blues, rock and rockabilly and jazz.

    SOUNDS

    In round, the velvety sound is extraordinary in its light. Ds we Selects the neck pickup you can feel the difference wit…
    Read more
    Manufactures hand in the USA

    Other Tone TOM Bigsby
    Neck Les Paul Standard Honduras mahogany, rosewood fingerboard.
    22 frets Seymour Duncan Custom in bridge and neck
    spars two volumes, one tone knob and a selector micro

    UTILIZATION

    The sleeve is a Les Paul style, a little pais, but the frets are very smooth and protects the binding on the sides.
    Hollo body guitar Les paul format, and therefore more lgre very balance.
    CASC is done without the acute problem.
    The sound is l. Microphones Idaux for blues, rock and rockabilly and jazz.

    SOUNDS

    In round, the velvety sound is extraordinary in its light. Ds we Selects the neck pickup you can feel the difference with this little crunch that makes the difference. I tried a Gibson ES 3335, and there is no comparison. No doubt that the massive table in epicay has something to do. At any rate as stated Hamer USA

    OVERALL OPINION

    Since a few days

    so much
    What I like most is the sound, the less the color of the screws around the cache, but it is a dtail.
    As my father said, but any fawn is less than a gibson CHRE and sounds much better.

    I would do without this choice hesitation.
    See less
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