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Peerless SunsetPublished on 06/04/09 at 13:55
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Guitar made in Korea.
This is 1 / 4 of a box with cutaway, degraded red sunburst (nice), with two Epiphone '57 Classic, with two volume and two tones.
The acastillage is quite poor: the pickup selector has a quite disturbing, microphones (especially that of the bridge) are not quite in line strings (or was it vice versa? ), frets and all the gold metal seem to have "bad old" and have duties as well as the gray-green (oxidation), the two screws (with different heads: 1 flat and 1 round !) actually do on the pickguard DIY. And finally to top it all, the faux-lily on the head is slightly wrong!
The strings mounted on the new guitar, are of course out of service even before they were...…
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Guitar made in Korea.
This is 1 / 4 of a box with cutaway, degraded red sunburst (nice), with two Epiphone '57 Classic, with two volume and two tones.
The acastillage is quite poor: the pickup selector has a quite disturbing, microphones (especially that of the bridge) are not quite in line strings (or was it vice versa? ), frets and all the gold metal seem to have "bad old" and have duties as well as the gray-green (oxidation), the two screws (with different heads: 1 flat and 1 round !) actually do on the pickguard DIY. And finally to top it all, the faux-lily on the head is slightly wrong!
The strings mounted on the new guitar, are of course out of service even before they were used.
(I said that I had the guitar on order, and was, supposedly, verified by the store that sold it to me: fortunately ...)
This beautiful guitar is by far (check out the site!) Closely, it is quite another thing.
More, it comes in case with a small jack (FRO) and a key.

UTILIZATION

The handle is very nice, and the string action is very (too) low.
Access to acute, for this kind of guitar is done fairly well.
The guitar is pretty light and pretty well balanced.
It sounds pretty empty and it's more comfortable, it prevents plugging an amp when we scratch the itch.

SOUNDS

I received it before getting my amp (for the record, I am renewing my hardware) so I could not try the combination microphone-instrument making, and it is, I grant you very shame!
But since I wanted to return the guitar to the seller, I could not wait for the amp (if we wish to be reimbursed, the law gives seven days to make a return type).
And yes, it happens sometimes critical side of things.

OVERALL OPINION

I bought this guitar on the internet ... and yes, a beautiful co ......
But no sooner got home she went back to the retailer ...
From all the reviews I could find, the Peerless brand seemed to stand out and present products of large bill for very reasonable prices.
I am actually quite realized that the price was not justified and that we did not care a bit of potential buyers to know the official price of this guitar totaled nearly 740 €.
This type of guitar seems to suit me (1 / 4 body, cutaway and mash fine enough) even though I have not tried the microphone, but severe lack of quality that obviously I do not do it again this election, even at half price.
A salesperson told me it was well above the Greg Bennet RL3, a question comes to me now in a head: What should really look like RL3?
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  • Manufacturer: Peerless
  • Model: Sunset
  • Category: Hollow Body/Semi Hollow Body Electric Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 06/04/2009

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