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Maurice Dupont Archtop  ATP17
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gibs67 gibs67
Publié le 01/13/08 à 11:06
Value For Money : Excellent
Made in France in Cognac, the guitar maker has a floating micro brand French: Benedetti.Le bridge, beautiful, is the Gibson L5.Le handle is very nice, ebony fingerboard, 14 boxes out caisse.Très pleasant main.c 'is a great Archtop type L5 with all the comfort and precision manufacturing of a luthier ...

UTILIZATION

Sure, it sounds wildly Jazz, with the micro side floating gives a more acoustic and more accurate than that Humbucker "Bavera" a little more ... The ergonomics are good, taking into account the dimension the fund. Nevertheless, we hold well against soi.Très good access to acute. This gives a very good sound and there is a direct knob ADJUSTMENT mounted Pickgard. (Tone or Volume)

SOUNDS

It is perfect for traditional jazz and his acoustic side, the Gypsy Jazz! Plugged into a good amp lamps, she sparks .. This guitar sounds great vacuum and allows the Gypsy even amplified ...

OVERALL OPINION

I have this ATP17 Dupont since 2006 ... bought new. Very good quality / price ratio that is a guitar luthier Dupont! not just any violin maker ... she is very beautiful and sounds very good. There is immediately a difference between a handmade guitar and another factory .. I will redeem this kind of guitar to be able to leave sounds too conventional and have the pleasure to see and play all day ...
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