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" Wes (not) dull"

Yamaha CV820WBPublished on 10/03/12 at 23:27
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Alder body, maple table, rosewood handle 24 boxes, tremolo system with finger clamp, single coil pickups format double coils semi-splittées ...
Settings: volume, tone and 3-position selector.
More on sale now ...
I takes only 8 because I would like real humbuckers with a push pull to split the case and especially a ...

UTILIZATION

The shape of the guitar is a sort of hybrid between all existing models, very original. Found pell-mell of the Telecaster, the Les Paul, The ES-335, and especially the Starcaster, original drawing of the head, and jet black finish binding class. It exudes quality.
The handle is excellent becoming asymmetrical bottom to facilitate access to the......
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Alder body, maple table, rosewood handle 24 boxes, tremolo system with finger clamp, single coil pickups format double coils semi-splittées ...
Settings: volume, tone and 3-position selector.
More on sale now ...
I takes only 8 because I would like real humbuckers with a push pull to split the case and especially a ...

UTILIZATION

The shape of the guitar is a sort of hybrid between all existing models, very original. Found pell-mell of the Telecaster, the Les Paul, The ES-335, and especially the Starcaster, original drawing of the head, and jet black finish binding class. It exudes quality.
The handle is excellent becoming asymmetrical bottom to facilitate access to the latest cases, a model of comfort.
In terms of ergonomics, the angle between the splint and the table is a little bright, which is a little painful sitting game, forearms resting on the guitar.

For what is sound and well .... very surprising!
Let me explain, I was expecting a shovel devoted to big sounds and I was very surprised to see that she excelled in the blues, jazzy sounds very clear and velvety neck pickup in short, a great versatility. Probably half the size box.
With large saturax course it rocks!. Small detail the way, the beautiful is suitable for low tunings through a deep draft, there are indeed blocks spare nut to accept large strings ... In a word graouh!
Vibrato is an example of reliability in terms of keeping Agreement, the baton in every sense and you do not lose tuning. The finger clamp is a brake against the top of the handle and requires little adaptation.
It allows many exentricités and agrees well effects, great for creating unhealthy climates or others. A real tool for experimentation.
Records in the vintage sounds, it also provides. In short, a great versatility.
In unplugged, we feel the wood vibrate, the sustain is pretty good (despite the vibrato).

SOUNDS

It suits my style of play, she accepts small errors, not really his fault level. It breathes modernity and vintage at the same time, a little sum of both worlds.
It can attack many records convincingly, but his look is surprising. Its only flaw is perhaps also its high quality: his feeling with a modern sound that can ogle the next vintage. Therefore a little confusing.

OVERALL OPINION

I'm using it for four years now, reliability is very good, I got some scratch before (Telecaster, Les Paul, Sheraton II) and has its own personality. Now we like it or not, but once past the look, and seeing beyond registry Wes Borland with "soft cakes," she will inspire you.

Quality fittings, a vibrato and finger clamp that allows you to change the strings without tools, it is practical.

For cons, I throw on the oprobe Yamaha had the meanness of not providing the guitar in a case (just a cardboard pourrave even Jim Harley would not be the beautiful and its particular form does not fit all cases of trade. For my part I found hard case for acoustic ...
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  • Manufacturer: Yamaha
  • Model: CV820WB
  • Series: Signature Guitars
  • Category: Hollow Body/Semi Hollow Body Electric Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 11/14/2011

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Other names: cv 820wb, cv820 wb

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