-I believe this guitar was manufactured in Korea although it does not appear anywhere. It seems that a single factory guitars identical to this one are marketed under different brands: Peerless "Monarch" Vintage "Brooklyn" and Carlo Robella "Manhattan" ...
-22 Frets, jumbo rather, one type micro mini humbucker mounted in a floating gold.
-The bridge is rosewood (rosewood) massif.
A mini-button volume control and one tone control mounted on the pickguard.
-The neck is maple (maple) one piece glued to the body whose head is reported. It has a truss-rod.
-The handle is very nice, even with jazz chords mesh dish deep-draft (12-52). The movements are quick and easy.
The cutaway is well-indented and allows good access to an acute hollowbody.
-When I tried it for the first time it seemed lighter and his cash, though large, is completely forgotten once wedged under his arm. I felt good right away.
-The sound is very distinctive jazz, the way I wanted. For the rest I leave you to judge:
-It is ideal to use jazz standards, blues and even ...
-Plugged into my Fender Hot Rod Deluxe is the foot!
Its clean, with a hint of reverb and presence is that of happiness!
-What is currently difficult to manage is the frequent occurrence of Feedback on certain notes or chords, even in rehearsal. " Perhaps a little noise gate??
I put 9 because of the feedback.
-I have for several months.
-The design is beautiful, a copy of the famous D'Aquisto "New Yorker". The sunburst draws a little on the Wine color in bright light. The fittings are gold. The lifts are signed Grover.
"I previously owned an Epiphone Joe Pass (very good value for money, very versatile) and a DeArmond X-155 (the beautiful but bulky body and finishing of medium frets)
-The Vintage is located in the same price range (original price 900 euros in case), I hit 400 in perfect condition and I feel to have found a great jazz guitar!