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benminon benminon
Published on 07/07/06 at 19:01
Audience: Beginners
Made in China, this guitar, let us say from the outset, is superb considering the price (I bought 670 euros flight case included). The finish is remarkable, fittings dor is the best got with the natural color of wood. The knobs are made of wood, and the cache for the tension bar, on which it is engraved Custom, the most beautiful effect!
The handle is returned orn of pearl, which distinguishes it from some models lowest price.
Something rare enough to mention, there is no dfonce in the box, except the Oues. Indeed the only humbucker (neck) is floating it - say fix the handle at its junction with the body. When the two knobs (volume and tone), they are fixs the pickguard. This is also a little scary because everything is visible when cblage take a look under the plate ...
Warning for beginners, the bridge is floating, so be careful when changing strings! Ca me parat indeed quite laborious to change a single string, I think that we should all dtendre Unfortunately for ACCS to the small hole ...

UTILIZATION

This is one of the highlights of this guitar: the neck is a truly remarkable comfort! We feel that the coating is only the happiness of the eyes, no grip in the palm dplacements speed is smooth as marble! When the key is really the foot, phrass out on their own, the frets (22) are enjoyable trs Reserved ... My only comfort point of view is the nut, tr s blunt its extrmits, which does not fail to attack the ct index returns during rapid barr the 1st box in the upper strings ...

Being given the junction of the handle 14ME box, Access in acute is quite limited but nothing more than normal given the type of instrument.
The weight is more than reasonable, it almost felt like an acoustic in hand!

SOUNDS

The absence of dfonce in the box rvle strengths: no branch, it sends serious! The sound is full, harmonically rich, brilliant enough, gives a dj want to install a pizo ...
Once connected, it has the curious satisfaction of having done that a single micro assist a Tone that will encourage work on the guitar volume depending on the situation ... The rglage is subtle, halfway there adj good volume, but the sound is drier brighter, ideal for rhythm. Volume substance, mdiums arrive in force, prsence is increased, warm wishes, we feel we have a size for jazz guitar. In crunch or distortion lgre is enough clutter, but there are many notes ... But it is obvious that the sound remains clear his prdilection.Le SETTING THE Tone will qualify the game more than choosing a rglage unchanged. In addition, the two knobs are hand door, making it easier for changes song or solo. Be careful for those who play open palm, not playing down the volume!

OVERALL OPINION

I was looking for a guitar halfway between acoustic and electric and it russi. If its role is clearly to be Premire branch, I take much pleasure in playing it amplifies sound ...
Really nothing to say about this guitar's amazing, the report qualitprix fantastic, perfect finish and look, while classic, much less common than its cousins ​​double humbucker ... I really wonder if it is feasible to install a sensor pizo seen as its acoustic qualities, it could be an asset ... Whereas fantasize about a deuxime output to a sound amplifier, as Godin on Multiac (quite unaffordable going ...).
Do not hesitate in any case this guitar is a real bomb!
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