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COILY 335 STYLE VINTAGE SIXTIES, Hollow Body/Semi Hollow Body Electric Guitar from Univox.


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  • Manufacturer:Univox
  • Model:COILY 335 STYLE VINTAGE SIXTIES
  • Category:Hollow Body/Semi Hollow Body Electric Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 11/26/2009

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Univox COILY 335 STYLE VINTAGE SIXTIES user reviews

Average Score:4.0(4/5 based on 1 review)
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In Bear Suits08/05/2012

In Bear Suits's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" If you like the Garage"

Univox COILY 335 STYLE VINTAGE SIXTIES
Japanese guitar, made in the 1960s. Mine in 1966 and is a model "Custom" but by any name is exactly similar with the Coily.
Hollow-body guitar, shift drum, with two single coil pickups, tone and two flights and a three position selector if killed on the lower horn.
Easel unfixed, tremolo completely cheap (as on all the then Japanese?). Mechanical low quality, but takes pretty good agreement.
Channel three piece, which is perhaps better stability issue on a guitar with a build quality average (there was also a room with sleeves).
I'm not sure that the box is not plywood ... Maybe not the end.
She was manufactured in Matsumoku? Much of the Univox was ... This is not the crap, that's for sure, but it is not yet the years of excellence Matsumoku.

UTILIZATION

The neck is narrow, it is the most striking departure. You get used to the guitar necks vary widely, it is good to be able to adapt. The frets on mine are pretty tired, but it still plays for now.
The guitar is well balanced. Easy access to the highs.
I find it relatively comfortable to play, but this is NOT a motorway! We need to put the guitar in its manufacturing environment, it is the midrange of the 1960 Japanese ...
The mechanical and tremolo cheapos not bode well but are better than what we can expect.

SOUNDS

I play rock-pop garage. It suits me, even if it is not not my main guitar.
The neck pickup is very "microphone" and picks up outside sounds easily. With a distortion or fuzz means your vocals and drums through. It's pretty funny.
On the other hand, it is clear in his beautiful I think. Very very flashy, not too late, with the benefit of the roundness of the harmony of the offering "handle".
Surprisingly, the tone system is rather great, and the change in sound between 0 and 7 (almost) fine, with lots of shade. I like, especially on a hollow body, where there is a part of its acoustics.

OVERALL OPINION

One thing to clarify: my model is beautiful! Super well preserved, the binding still in place, paint like new (well what is bad enough there, too) carefully yellowed varnish. She is white with brown speckled plastic plates for the pickguard, the plate and trussrod on the whole head, whose shape is also very strange. It gives it a certain charm ...
I use it for a year, in the studio and on stage, on some tracks.
This is a guitar that is easy on Ebay, not too expensive. The price seemed justified on mine because it was a very nice copy, but it can be found for less.
He must love his garage, and enjoy working in a guitar body to find its strengths.
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