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Epiphone Masterbilt AJ-500R
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Epiphone Masterbilt AJ-500R

Jumbo Steel String Guitar from Epiphone belonging to the AJ series.

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«  Very good »

Publié le 08/01/11 à 01:07
It has been said a lot about this product, simply go to see the card manufacturer. Attention to ankles, very ordinary plastic and they tend to float in their location. Must hold up when the strings, although the press after that move. I put "good" for that. The rest is fine and very fine for a guitar of this price

UTILIZATION

The neck is perfect, but it is a matter of opinion, so it is best to try. Access to treble is good until the 14th box. After, there's no cutaway, so ... But I guess no one buys this instrument to solo in the treble.

SOUNDS

So, I must admit that few guitars have a sound as big.
Wood and the thickness of the body provide a sound very full, deep, with bass, midrange and treble well balanced. A real guitar sound.

OVERALL OPINION

This is the copy of the J 45, the reference to Gibson who needs no introduction.
I have been playing very, very long time. I had the opportunity to play many guitars, and that 500 AJ has nothing to envy the famous brands. I played the Gibson J 45 home which sounds not as good as this one and that costs three and a half times more expensive. Rosewood back sound huge, the table is massive. The mechanical grooves that take very good agreement. Allow the setting of the handle and the bridge saddle because the strings are high enough original. A guitar of this quality at this price, it's really surprising. This is probably because it's made in China, and the mark is less prestigious than Epiphone Gibson. Attention is usually sold without the box, but at this price, you still have too much to ask.
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