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GATEROF GATEROF

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Published on 07/02/11 at 13:15
Bought in France from the United States
jumbo table STIKA AAA
Sides and back without barage flamed maple back inside which is not common; The woods are lovely wood grain is fine and well parallel to the table and maple (for the blonde) highlights a deep and beautiful . The varnish is like nitro glycerine (note the rubber)
the guitar is surprisingly lightweight for the size so very vibrant a good asset for its

UTILIZATION

the handle is round easy grip nice after a little treatment lemon olive oil, the size is not a problem, we see immediately that the case was a high-end bending in down the most beautiful effect!
the abalone inlays are classy, ​​vintage mechanical type farms open and safe, a small resserage of the action on the truss rod has been necesaaire
Action at nut 3mm octave, that is to say low for my game
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SOUNDS

the sound is worthy of the best high-end jumbo that I "ve been trying
Gibson, Taylor, Martin d, deep and clear at the same time, the bass is a killer, the mediums equilibria and singing. Surmming in perfect, great in picking.
it must have a good month for the sound changes and it opens again as good luherie, what few people imagine when they try a guitar the effect of time on solid wood,

OVERALL OPINION

I l "used for two months and it is a joy every time I take the
a good tool forces you to play well, that's what is great, you progress as a result. It is a tool just waiting to grow old with you for a lifetime. I have no complaints about this guitar, it's nice to all floors, the sound and turns it takes to be Neil Young, , or Blind Gary Davis celon style of play that "it imposes.
The price is perfectly justified given the quality of the instrument
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