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    Michael Kelly Guitars Studio DragonflyPublished on 02/19/06 at 14:09
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - Made in Korea, no longer manufactures this day
    - Body type "cutaway" small
    - Prampli Fishman Classic 4 Active
    - Made in Dropper: 20 pieces per month
    - Body stocky, rosewood fretboard with and handle mahogany
    - The cost of the body and the head of the handle are rolled with Saddle flambr /> - The fretboard inlay is a stylized drawing of a flower with a REPRESENTATIVES an insect and a bird in perloid, apparently unique design each guitar.
    - Beautiful finish, no burr, polish looks well made.
    - A black and white edging travels throughout the body the rear
    - Grover

    UTILIZATION

    - Channel pleasant without being either too wide or too thin, apaisseur Pleasant
    good gri…
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    - Made in Korea, no longer manufactures this day
    - Body type "cutaway" small
    - Prampli Fishman Classic 4 Active
    - Made in Dropper: 20 pieces per month
    - Body stocky, rosewood fretboard with and handle mahogany
    - The cost of the body and the head of the handle are rolled with Saddle flambr /> - The fretboard inlay is a stylized drawing of a flower with a REPRESENTATIVES an insect and a bird in perloid, apparently unique design each guitar.
    - Beautiful finish, no burr, polish looks well made.
    - A black and white edging travels throughout the body the rear
    - Grover

    UTILIZATION

    - Channel pleasant without being either too wide or too thin, apaisseur Pleasant
    good grip.
    - Good to acute ACCS.
    - Trs good ergonomics of a small body, trs balanced.
    - Trs sound pleasant, but not agressivit low tufts, crystal clear highs and especially beautiful mdium trs.

    SOUNDS

    - Ben I wanted to buy me an acoustic scratch to replace an old classic, my style is all anything, say ax british rock wholesale.

    OVERALL OPINION

    - 1 month
    - It is really well done trs, trs finished and beautiful.
    - Yes a takamine (remember the model), a seagull, but even if I could repartire with one of these two models, the kelly had a little more level look.
    - Trs good value I think I paid 800euro new
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