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Publié le 03/17/11 à 03:51
The Hohner SE 400 is a jazz guitar. True.
Channel pleasant quality, with a head a bit small, which makes the discrete model.

UTILIZATION

No more commonplace, good ergonomics, provides a setting very low ropes.

SOUNDS

Jazz sound is typically a remarkable quality.
Very surprising that this model is not known. Try it.
I have twenty guitar, cheapest to most expensive. the SE 400 is part of the peloton head for a very low price yet.
Exellent for guitar sounds like Barney Kessel.
I would have preferred a model natural color. But the sunburst going very well. The rest is a matter of taste.

OVERALL OPINION

I use this guitar for four years, in concert as the show.
It concurence my Gibson ES 165 that is much more expensive, as this is not what it's worth the price that matters but the price it cost.
I think he changed his tailpiece and pickguard, too trivial for a guitar of this sound.
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