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  • You can't be wrong with it

    Yamaha SA2200Published on 05/01/19 at 23:45
    Yamaha SA2200 is definitely one of the best semi-hollow body guitars in the market. It does not matter where one starts, from the production perspective, i.e. technology, materials, labour, or from the guitar players' perspective, it is very, very hard for other brands to bid this one - made in Japan by Yamaha. The finish is flawless and electronics are uncomplainable. Wood and materials are of a high quality grade similar to those used by Gibson to make their ES models. I have not found any issue with the structure of the guitar. Yamaha uses ebony to make fretboards for the SA model and more expensive guitars. It gives more high ends, more crunchy sounds and more sustain. Gibson uses......
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    Yamaha SA2200 is definitely one of the best semi-hollow body guitars in the market. It does not matter where one starts, from the production perspective, i.e. technology, materials, labour, or from the guitar players' perspective, it is very, very hard for other brands to bid this one - made in Japan by Yamaha. The finish is flawless and electronics are uncomplainable. Wood and materials are of a high quality grade similar to those used by Gibson to make their ES models. I have not found any issue with the structure of the guitar. Yamaha uses ebony to make fretboards for the SA model and more expensive guitars. It gives more high ends, more crunchy sounds and more sustain. Gibson uses rosewood that gives more low ends and warmth. Tone is a personal preference. However, using the tone control knob with Push-Pull Coil Split, I can produce sounds that are more similar to a Fender Strat. Ebony is denser and harder hence more solid and durable than rosewood. The feel is so smooth and very comfortable when playing the guitar the first time. Surprisingly, Yamaha SA2200 has a much lower price than Gibson ES models. So if I had to choose between Yamaha SA2200 and a Gibson ES as free gift, I would take the Gibson then sell it to buy the Yamaha.
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  • Yamaha SA1200 or SA2200

    Yamaha SA2200Published on 12/13/11 at 06:50
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    yep

    USE

    cool

    SONORITS

    it makes the

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Hello I have the opportunity to purchase a Yamaha His 1200 or Yamaha SA2200 is to roughly the same price but I do not know which to choose, is what anyone knows these models? Thanks for the lights!
  • how to live without it?

    Yamaha SA2200Published on 09/05/14 at 00:17
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    Set neck
    Fingerboard: 24 3/4 "(628.7mm)
    Ebony fingerboard, mahogany neck
    Radius 13 3/4 "(350mm)
    22 frets
    Laminated maple body
    TOM bridge Bridge
    2 Humbucker Pickups Alnico V
    Miros selector 3 positions
    Controls: Volume micro sleeve, bridge pickup volume, neck pickup tone, bridge pickup tone, tone knobs are equipped with a "push-pull" to switch from single to double coil on each pickup

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is a treat for me: you can play for hours and hours without effort. Or too thin, not too thick or too wide or too narrow ... The action can be set low. Try this guitar, you'll love it immediately.

    Note that the set neck gives excellent sustain to the instrument,......
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    Set neck
    Fingerboard: 24 3/4 "(628.7mm)
    Ebony fingerboard, mahogany neck
    Radius 13 3/4 "(350mm)
    22 frets
    Laminated maple body
    TOM bridge Bridge
    2 Humbucker Pickups Alnico V
    Miros selector 3 positions
    Controls: Volume micro sleeve, bridge pickup volume, neck pickup tone, bridge pickup tone, tone knobs are equipped with a "push-pull" to switch from single to double coil on each pickup

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is a treat for me: you can play for hours and hours without effort. Or too thin, not too thick or too wide or too narrow ... The action can be set low. Try this guitar, you'll love it immediately.

    Note that the set neck gives excellent sustain to the instrument, but this (as often on Archtops to set neck) flexibility: when tuning, do not grind the head like a pickaxe handle in penalty of false agree!

    For a hollowbody, this Yamaha surprised by its weight: it's not really light. But his balance is excellent; whether standing or sitting game weight is therefore fairly quickly forget.

    Access to the treble? Like all kinds hollow ES-335! I am a bad judge: I rarely play on the last frets. Surely much worse than a Strat or SG.

    You do not get the sound: it was from the start! The knobs are very progressive and allows for a blend the drive and tone. A treat!

    SOUNDS

    This is a very versatile guitar. Imagine an ES-335 with sounds a little less "vintage". For my use (jazz, blues, rock too violent), I find it sails very well in all these genres. Lovers of jazz-rock that sounds like the kind John Scofield and Larry Carlton will be filled!

    The neck pickup gives much fuller sound, even "woody" with a nice sustain rather fat - less than a LP however. It reacts well with overdrive pedals and distortion (or pushing the gain on the amp) and you can even get long and creamy sound.

    The bridge pickup is edgier (normal!) But keeps in the background a "silky". It does not, in his clear, this impression of sound that seems very narrow as it can sometimes hear for example with ES-335-like or even ES-335. Hard to describe sounds with words, but I want to say we feel again the wood in the sounds of the microphone.

    Position in inter, we really obtain a balance between the two characters of each microphone: heat, wood, teeth and even massive.

    The pickups seem to have a fairly high level of output and use the gain on the amplifier allows fast enough to have a great crunch.

    I do not like the sound with single coil pickups with splitted: the marriage of his "woody" and crystal coldness microphones does not turn me too: there is something unusual, artificial in these sounds (especially inter position with 2 microphones splitted). But it's probably a matter of taste some love. Personally, I'm too used to the single coil sounds Stratocaster or Telecaster kind of to me to other singlecoil sounds!

    Of all the amps with whom I play, it sounds: Egnater Rebel, Laney CUB12 "Design", Hughes & Kettner Tubemeister 18.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for six months and quite intensivement- it is such a treat!

    Like other guitars I acquired this Yam 'for herself, without trying to compare: the violin is beautiful (this guitar is remarkably well finished), superb sound, it provides incredible playability Du. happiness!

    Bireli Lagrene has appeared many times on stage with this guitar. This seems to me talking ...

    The pros:
    - Build quality
    - Aesthetic
    - His
    - Gameplay
    - Makes perfect agreement

    The -:
    - The form of buttons knobs does not make easy gesture to make during the game the "push-pull" to switch to single coil
    - The jack on the table of the guitar (a matter of habit?)

    Value for money? Really excellent! How did I live without this Yamaha so long? !!!
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  • class, may be too much?

    Yamaha SA2200Published on 08/22/14 at 17:43
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    Mentioned

    UTILIZATION

    Perfect inning, with a radius of 13.5, low frets and fingerboard very smooth ebony, this guitar is incredibly easy to play, why I do not play it too much, otherwise I suffer when I go on a strat .

    Ergonomics? Cumbersome as all quarters of cases of style.

    SOUNDS

    It is suitable for a style of music I find quite elegant. I feel pretty comfortable in a jazz blues record, something quite silky, soft, at least not in too punchy style. It is less powerful than a Les Paul for example.

    I'm not a fan of splits so no opinion on that, I only use the natural sound of the humbuckers.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Very good value for money
    Beautiful finish
    Very easy to......
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    UTILIZATION

    Perfect inning, with a radius of 13.5, low frets and fingerboard very smooth ebony, this guitar is incredibly easy to play, why I do not play it too much, otherwise I suffer when I go on a strat .

    Ergonomics? Cumbersome as all quarters of cases of style.

    SOUNDS

    It is suitable for a style of music I find quite elegant. I feel pretty comfortable in a jazz blues record, something quite silky, soft, at least not in too punchy style. It is less powerful than a Les Paul for example.

    I'm not a fan of splits so no opinion on that, I only use the natural sound of the humbuckers.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Very good value for money
    Beautiful finish
    Very easy to play

    + All the

    The - it is beautiful, we do not want to bully, and splits because I think it's stupid, it reduces the volume and not as a typical micro strat a strat.
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  • guitar which I dreamed

    Yamaha SA2200Published on 06/07/12 at 09:57
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    UTILIZATION

    while nickel. The best guitar I've ever had

    SOUNDS

    The sounds are superbes.Je found them just a bit too soft and velvety: Custom so I mounted the microphones to the max in order to have a bit of potato and a treble booster (there are pieces of wes montgomery with a well sour). It took me 12-52 to get good bass, but as the action is very low we can hardly feel.

    The neck pickup gives a warm and rounded tone perfect for jazz but also for various styles: There roundness and smoothness for jazz, the power and momentum for the truck (I play a lot in shuffle) and sustain for solo blues to BB King. It is incisive enough with the microphones......
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    UTILIZATION

    while nickel. The best guitar I've ever had

    SOUNDS

    The sounds are superbes.Je found them just a bit too soft and velvety: Custom so I mounted the microphones to the max in order to have a bit of potato and a treble booster (there are pieces of wes montgomery with a well sour). It took me 12-52 to get good bass, but as the action is very low we can hardly feel.

    The neck pickup gives a warm and rounded tone perfect for jazz but also for various styles: There roundness and smoothness for jazz, the power and momentum for the truck (I play a lot in shuffle) and sustain for solo blues to BB King. It is incisive enough with the microphones mounted max. When I want a softer sound I use the push-pull for the microphone splitter and found the sweet, melodic, warm tone with slightly bent down but nice with a crystalline tone to the bottom that fits well I play funk. Of course when it splits you lose some volume, but I have a volume pedal for that.

    The bridge pickup delivers a good sharp sound good loud that I play the old rock'n'roll to chuck bery. Again with the split found sounds more crystalline and which are reminiscent of a little slap my strat. So very versatile with the sounds I must say are excellent.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had it a month and I play one to two hours per day over so I feel good and I love her so much.

    Before here I had a Gibson 335. This is supposed to be a guitar legend but it pleased me unless the yamaha that has nothing to envy or to or for his violin. I could not find my style has me on the 335. Its too comes in for my jazz, a little too soft for my blues, too rich for my funk where I prefer the sounds stratovolcano. I think splitter to the microphones when I tried this yamaha. And I found the guitar whose personality suited me.

    I also had a Godin Flat Five X for a month but she really missed the potato for my taste. I tried to mount the pickups but there were extraneous sounds, and it caused problems on the volume of the piezo's on this guitar.

    When I was at the store I took the opportunity to try Gibson (Lucile, 335, midtown, and others I forgot the number), ibanez artist, godin montreal and all quarters of cases there had for sale. And I tell you that this little yamaha suffer without complex comparison with much more expensive guitars. The choice is only linked to my tastes in terms of sounds.


    My only regret is that yamaha is not a legendary brand that played on my idols.
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  • MA rve guitar ...

    Yamaha SA2200Published on 12/08/11 at 08:46
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    MODEL its a product from the 70s (SA2000) which incorporates the dune SPECIFICATIONS Gibson ES-335 in amliorant the concept. So we have a semi-hollow beam with central body Flamm Saddle Mahogany 22 frets, touches bne, adopted wholesale pearl, pitch 24 3 / 4 "neck and body binding, Derri reinforcement re the head, two humbuckers (and split), 4 knobs (2 tone push / pull, 2 volumes), wide enough and flat frets, Tune-o-matic, plastic pick-guard.
    Mine is fvrier 2011 (just before Fukushima!) Violin Sunburst and color (honey actually).

    Everything is clean trs, trs the Japanese are strong All woods are fitted, no traces of glue, no wolf. Extreme precision. The bindings are superb and......
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    MODEL its a product from the 70s (SA2000) which incorporates the dune SPECIFICATIONS Gibson ES-335 in amliorant the concept. So we have a semi-hollow beam with central body Flamm Saddle Mahogany 22 frets, touches bne, adopted wholesale pearl, pitch 24 3 / 4 "neck and body binding, Derri reinforcement re the head, two humbuckers (and split), 4 knobs (2 tone push / pull, 2 volumes), wide enough and flat frets, Tune-o-matic, plastic pick-guard.
    Mine is fvrier 2011 (just before Fukushima!) Violin Sunburst and color (honey actually).

    Everything is clean trs, trs the Japanese are strong All woods are fitted, no traces of glue, no wolf. Extreme precision. The bindings are superb and rguliers, the flame is beautiful, the varnish is applied trs end. T Nothing has been left to chance on the violin. Cest of great art. Ct fittings, all is well adjusted trs trs: TRS mic though poss, adjustable bridge to the hair, mechanical sensitive enough (may be a little weak on the view hard).


    UTILIZATION

    The handle is lnorme highlight of the guitar. The profile of the neck is thin enough, pretty standard and wide dune dun radius of 13.75 ". Cest near Gibson dun slim-tapper but thinner and faster. The feeling of gliding and Comfort is bluffing. Ntant not rev up, I am well on trs typs sleeves fender and much less on typs Gibson outside the slim-tapper. Lbne the key, laction, the frets, the binding of the handle, finish any contest comfort. Cest especially on this point that jai made my choice. Indeed, a sound is always correct, but s we must fight on linstrument or comfort the nest not pleased either (in the worst case a handle non-adapted morphology or type of game CRER little tendinitis). The frets as low laction is extremely low also RULES. It rises in t 12-50 Thomastik flat nets. Not a frieze, the rglage has t done at Guitar-Village. Cest the very first time I just make sweeping with 12-50 I think I will ascend above the 13 or 14, so cest easy.


    SOUNDS

    Well, I'll be prcis on this point: I do not play quen clear sound (a little crunch). I will therefore no description Retailer positions easel or split because I do not play. I only play jazz and the sound I'm looking for is approximately one Dadam Rogers (go on Youtube to give you an ide of the man).
    Yam on the micro takes a serious law and the trs prcis but warm. Not enough wood to turn back Tone for a more dark. I find it fairly low in the overall imaging mdium. No normment Daiga, few medium high but not too low. A voice that trs enjoyable diffrent dune ES-175 that will be more medium and high spades. What strikes me cest the purity of sound, this righteousness. A note is a note and not another. The agreements dtachent trs really well.
    The Tone knob of trs is progressive and efficient trs. You can spend the dark sound trs Martino a more acute kind Burrell. on the other hand, there will be no such acute typical ES-175 and compressing natural dune jazz-box. In my opinion, an amp would suit her perfectly lamps plutt quune transistor to compress the sound a bit. Its not a typical jazz sound (Wes), but cest trs DEFINITIONS a beautiful sound for jazz. With a big rverbe cest super springs.
    Saturation on the bridge pickup, the grain is quite ar and less saturated fat dune mtal no feedback dplorer. In crunch, the sound is sublime on the micro serious. Submitted trs trs warm. The split positions are more but I find that the decrease in level as it creates a little lost lintrt. I havent adapted to the directory the positions of all the fawns so I remain cautious in my comments. I prfre far down the volume on the guitar or rhythm to refine the overall sound. The volume is dailleurs trs progressive and keeps all its acute up more than half of the race. I prcise I do not play a quavec to find my place in the group. Volume for comping 5-6, 8-9 for solos or even 10 when others exagrent ;-) In any case, the top cest. In crunch, it returns to its clear lgrement lowering the volume: the top. A clear / dark dun making RVer lamps amp worthy of the name


    OVERALL OPINION

    APRs have tried a number of guitars without any a priori, I can say that the quality-price ratio is pretty amazing. Find a dj or a semi-hollow with a touch bne in 1500, cest impossible. May be the DAngelico nen Excel but I've never tried. In addition, the made in Korea against the made in Japan Jai made my choice.
    This silent guitar much more comfortable than any Gibsons that jai had in my hands (ES-335, ES-339, ES-137, ES-175) except custom MODELS (Lucille or Les Paul Custom). Gibson in 3000 or more we leave it there and so far all of TRS Ibanez excluding Japan The Scofield that I have never test is similar in design but score 700 or 800 more.
    Incommensurate with The models in its price range, the only MODELS on which jai find a degree of finish and comfort are identical: Gibson Les Paul Custom, 3000 Lag Imperator, ESP Eclipse, Gibson Lucille, Ibanez GB10. Cest all. on the other hand, anything under 2300

    Balance sheet
    I really think you have found linstrument quil I needed in terms of comfort. I wanted plutt an ES-175 for its jazz but I glimpse over the trial that the form which suited me very silent the 335. It was a surprise to me, do the NCESS dessayer moult guitars! Then jai t really fix a key bne. This really not the same nest at the top of the touch EST. Then the candidates ntaient trs many more below 2000 it had quune ny! The day o jai tried Yam, jai t really VERY impressed. Jai tried a real ES-175 the next day and I said, tin, cest not possible, I prfre the Yam! I rve! . I do not speak well of sr, but the violin, the handle and comfort.
    As they say on Harmony Central: if I am the stole, a jen Rasht in the second. Well Obviously, if I flew the one I macht Ibanez low end since jai waited three years before allowing me to cowardice.
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  • Yamaha SA2200Published on 03/30/06 at 06:12
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    - In which country was it made? (United States, Japan, Mexico, France ...)
    I think handmade japan
    - How many frets, what kind of micro as well as their configuration?
    Heuu .. 22
    - What type of bridge (Floyd, Wilkinson ...)?
    ?? like a 335
    - What are the settings (volume, tone, micro switch ...)?
    volume, tone
    - What type of race?
    nice ...

    UTILIZATION

    - The handle is it fun?
    It depends on the style you are playing well but I like
    - Access to acute (recent freight) is it easy?
    I never played, by the way I'd have to bump ca
    - Ergonomics is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)?
    impec 'must love the big body, well balanced
    - Gets it easy to sound good? ...
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    - In which country was it made? (United States, Japan, Mexico, France ...)
    I think handmade japan
    - How many frets, what kind of micro as well as their configuration?
    Heuu .. 22
    - What type of bridge (Floyd, Wilkinson ...)?
    ?? like a 335
    - What are the settings (volume, tone, micro switch ...)?
    volume, tone
    - What type of race?
    nice ...

    UTILIZATION

    - The handle is it fun?
    It depends on the style you are playing well but I like
    - Access to acute (recent freight) is it easy?
    I never played, by the way I'd have to bump ca
    - Ergonomics is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)?
    impec 'must love the big body, well balanced
    - Gets it easy to sound good? ...
    oh yes, I am the only guitar that passes easily between the jazz rock sound.

    SOUNDS

    - They are suitable to your style of music?
    This guitar suits me perfectly, jazz, funk, rock, blues and it works everywhere
    - With what (s) amplifier (s) or effect (s) do you play?
    I have not a fender amp but it's the ball. my pod is very good even in groups
    - What kind of sound you get and with what settings ("crystalline", "bold ",....)?
    I cut a little the tone of the pickups and have a good record in the clear as saturated
    - What are the sounds you prefer, you hate?
    all is well

    OVERALL OPINION

    - How long have you use it?
    Two months and my ultra deluxe strat is in the closet ...
    - What is so special that you like most and least?
    Well finished, but there's Yamaha, it sucks ...
    - Have you tried many other models before buying it?
    yes, elitist epiphone, ibanez, ... I was looking for a 335 in 1500 €, and that price is the best.
    - How would you rate the quality / price?
    really well especially since I took it to OCCAZ (950 €).
    - With experience, you do again this choice? ...
    More ways than one
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  • Yamaha SA2200Published on 12/18/06 at 03:36
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    Guitar Made in Japan
    22 frets: mdium.
    These are two good big humbuckers, I do not remember the brand ...
    Without vibrato bridge, shame!
    SETTING THE Volume and Tone for each indpendant humbuckers
    Flat handle black and silver, with fretted mdium

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is trs enjoyable to play even if a little daunting to beginners, it is quite a flat and wide and allows any type of musical expression.
    CHAC is very easy to acute for a half box but you need to reach the long finger frets Most recent internship on the strings (though rarely a part in the traditional no- and other virtuosos).
    The interface is okay, we still matter even a semi-hollow, it is quite heavy (less......
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    Guitar Made in Japan
    22 frets: mdium.
    These are two good big humbuckers, I do not remember the brand ...
    Without vibrato bridge, shame!
    SETTING THE Volume and Tone for each indpendant humbuckers
    Flat handle black and silver, with fretted mdium

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is trs enjoyable to play even if a little daunting to beginners, it is quite a flat and wide and allows any type of musical expression.
    CHAC is very easy to acute for a half box but you need to reach the long finger frets Most recent internship on the strings (though rarely a part in the traditional no- and other virtuosos).
    The interface is okay, we still matter even a semi-hollow, it is quite heavy (less than a Les Paul but a stratocaster), by standing against the game is trs enjoyable pass this first hurdle, the game is sitting without much difficulty even if the guitar tends fit in the palm of the flare.

    SOUNDS

    This guitar should my style of music because it is versatile trs even if I tend to always use the same humbucker (but it's more a habit than anything else), we can play jazz, blues, funk, soul and hard rock, it also sounds good in the game model agreement or folk-pop song. It is more difficult for violent games like thrash.
    If using the neck humbucker prs more we tend to have IDAL crystalline sounds for playing soft instrumental crbral (JFlix Lalanne, for example), or accompanying voice.
    If using the bridge humbucker plud prs, the sound will be warmer, ideal for exploring the range of jazz, blues of all types (Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughan to the best known), and all drive of rock (from classic rock to hard rock)
    The slecteur also allows the configuration or using the 2 humbuckers at the same time, we get a versatile IDAL for its Entran and learning music from the Torah, but I find a little impersonal.
    I love the blues-funk, rock, punk, garage, soul-jazz, dirty or matris lightweight and evanescent. I hate to sound cold, technical, or pchus and hollow.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it intermittently for almost four years, and I play many hours (sometimes 8 hours a Journe especially beginners).
    The particular feature I like most? Difficult to say ... May be its versatility while providing sound and identifiable prcis I love his warm, velvety ct.
    The particular feature I like least? A sound that combines hard and deep range ... (Or I'm not good enough!)
    Before I tried to buy a Fender Telecaster (too typ and a Gibson SG Standard (too typical, too) for the price I wanted a guitar that allows dessayer of all genres and I d j a Squier Stratocaster that allowed me to have a set typ.
    The quality-price ratio honnte is a good deal, the Japanese are a little cheaper than amricaines same level of benefits even if the Amricaines have a personality more marks.
    If I had to do it again, I m'achterais probably a good guitar more suited to his garage rock trs marked for "castagne music" grunge, punk and garage because I can be a bit lost in trying matriser all genres, so I excel in any of my music lacks a bit of characters, and I'd try something else Submitted, something stronger more "ancrquot;.
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  • Finally ....

    Yamaha SA2200Published on 12/22/10 at 08:12
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    UTILIZATION

    The Neck:

    My satisfaction is essentially what point.Le handle is nice and I would say that you think and your fingers "slip" and yet I have tried other particular scofield jsm100 I was aiming for (I have 200 not found ) for the sound and yes, there is nothing to say the pitch is perfectly balanced, the sound is there but .. but ... stick to my little fingers ale. I'm not big and it is rather scofield with large paws that must be it so I try the same but with a handle that respects the grain of my skin ... and there's magic. when you are listening music when you play a musician with the sa2200 we both (that handsome and copyrighted).

    Access to......
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    UTILIZATION

    The Neck:

    My satisfaction is essentially what point.Le handle is nice and I would say that you think and your fingers "slip" and yet I have tried other particular scofield jsm100 I was aiming for (I have 200 not found ) for the sound and yes, there is nothing to say the pitch is perfectly balanced, the sound is there but .. but ... stick to my little fingers ale. I'm not big and it is rather scofield with large paws that must be it so I try the same but with a handle that respects the grain of my skin ... and there's magic. when you are listening music when you play a musician with the sa2200 we both (that handsome and copyrighted).

    Access to acute:
    Metheny in the cantaloupe island, the highest note: yes stratospheric.

    sound:
    335 in better

    SOUNDS

    style:
    Jazz, blues, funk, fusion is done for.

    amp:

    fender blues junior, Proco Rat, marshall compressor, so I put a chorus. yum yum

    OVERALL OPINION

    how long?
    She leaves the store.

    Other?
    Oh yes I did the tourist pigalle

    feature + -
    it roots (I took in my group of jazz standards and rock it is in the sound, and very well done, plus it sounds by multiplying the configurations of my pedalboard and simulation software, in short no disappointment.'s Certainly it is not made for guturale but for all other styles she is pro.

    value?

    I will warn that "choose", it will do much to save,
    335 2 times cheaper.

    A remake?

    you are at least middle, with small hands, you love the beautiful warm notes with real grain, tube amps, analog effects, ready to sacrifice half the budget of a gibson? ready to negotiate with your bride, then three times yes but I'm not closed if I could find as good or better and cheaper pas.mais I say do not dream. it seriously made my promise
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