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  • TAJ873TAJ873

    The quality that is good

    SP Custom Handwound Pickups VerStylePublished on 08/28/13 at 00:43
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It's been over a month since the Verstyle (Alnico5) are mounted on my Godin Redline HB all amplified with FX amp Little Clean. Before I had a set Dimarzio Tone Zone / Air Norton that did not meet my ear on clear sound (too low).
    So the first day, I had a little trouble finding me too much change at once (new string, new microwave, new knob ...) but over time I found a smile. The output level is high enough, but the sound is clean and precise. I sail in the neck and bridge position through the approaching sound too handle less (I still look for a setting). Everything is splittable is possible to play on any land which is great for me and my only guitar.
    In short, I do it again this choic…
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    It's been over a month since the Verstyle (Alnico5) are mounted on my Godin Redline HB all amplified with FX amp Little Clean. Before I had a set Dimarzio Tone Zone / Air Norton that did not meet my ear on clear sound (too low).
    So the first day, I had a little trouble finding me too much change at once (new string, new microwave, new knob ...) but over time I found a smile. The output level is high enough, but the sound is clean and precise. I sail in the neck and bridge position through the approaching sound too handle less (I still look for a setting). Everything is splittable is possible to play on any land which is great for me and my only guitar.
    In short, I do it again this choice without hesitation plus it's French and in case of dissatisfaction exchange is possible (to avoid contact when it before)
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  • EulfredEulfred

    A humbucker at home anywhere.

    SP Custom Handwound Pickups VerStylePublished on 01/27/11 at 08:54
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This microphone was mounted on a Lag Roxanne Classic is a non-splittable model with a chrome hood.

    Extremely versatile, comfortable, both in clean distortion, it provides in all registers, its texture is similar to a humbucker type Burstbucker Gibson, in a little less fat and more defined, the sustain is amazing, the attacks frank and cordial, brief this mic any good.

    I would advise anyone seeking a sound very "pro" while playing on several records, from blues to metal.





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