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ironbull ironbull
Published on 11/25/06 at 23:53
Made kore
24cases Seymour Duncan sh2 and sh4
easel type les paul
a volume, a split tonalitée +
set neck

UTILIZATION

It is a light guitar, normal, it is dug. Great ergonomics, we forget when we played, nothing to say.

SOUNDS

We can address all kinds of music except the most extreme trash, his favorite is the good old hard rock, Thin Lizzy goes perfectly the above, all sonnoritées are good, tell me with difficult seymour to be over .... clean sounds are beautiful, carved box has a lot to ...

OVERALL OPINION

The finish for this price is simply amazing, it is magnificently beautiful, the handle is one of the law I've seen so far. One can find slight defects in the scrutinized, (small drop of varnish here, drooling slightly tint the binding there, but really under the microscope). It is a captivating guitar, you play and you fly away without realizing it ... she just needs a little aging, so that the wood a little more assertive, I use it for a year and I regret not buying, very good guitar! comes with good accessories and flight case ..
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