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Vipi Vipi
Publié le 04/29/09 à 03:30
Why the site builder explains better than me!

UTILIZATION

The handle is top, access to the lower frets are not that hard! Balancing the guitar is correct.
In terms of sound! I hung ba direct plug or not it is terrible! and with some effects in the ass a marvel for the price! Sustain an excellent but hard to manage at the beginning!

ps: the handle is really nice!

SOUNDS

It is quite versatile, ideal for the blues! punchy for rock! and nickel for the reggea!
I often play a Line6 Flextone III (repeated) and the house a Gretsch 5222 and eletromatic nothing to say ... especially on the tube gretsch mm 5 Watts's the fact!

OVERALL OPINION

Purchased on January 2 last few months I never left her!!
I love her face she is really nice and pretty well finished for the price!
I tried a few models from Epiphone among others, and each time I returned to the AK 95
Precisely because of its price / quality ratio!

I do it again without a doubt the purchasing mm!
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