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Published on 03/26/07 at 08:52
Value For Money : Excellent
Made in Korea, 2005 model, the version that the model Jazzy Wine.
Tune-o-Matic / Stop bar
Two Seymour Duncan humbuckers caches Golden SH55N4C series (neck) and splitable SH55B4C (bridge) splitable.
Carved Mahogany body
Flamed maple table
Set Mahogany neck

Without proper finish, but ask a guitar of this price?

UTILIZATION

Channel fabulous comfort, access to acute so much nicer than my strat US ... very good ergonomics, its a little but incredibly typed password everywhere (that's why I bought it).
In addition it is light and ... beautiful.

SOUNDS

This guitar is PO-LY-VA-SLOW.
Purists will find him little or no character, but simply set correctly and it is quite impressive.
The quality of the microphones is not debatable, no hum, no parasite, a rich, full, split effective.

I bought it to make a great guitar parts - &-or a guitar in the studio ready for any guitarist.

I preferred the 55 to the wine for its subtle sonorities. Matter of taste.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for two days ... it fulfills its role.

Most:
- The look
- His weight
- Its good quality microphones
- Versatility

The -:
- Perceptible finish (according to this price range the stress)
- Versatility that can be equated with a lack of character.

This guitar has a very good value for money.
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