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ocharlad ocharlad
Publié le 01/14/07 à 03:32
It's a guitar made for the base in China. But all the finishes are made in the U.S. by Wechter. For example, she fretted in the USA. Here's configurations:
nato handle, pitch of 25.5 "
solid spruce
Rosewood back and sides
gloss finish on the head and the table mat and natural on the sides, back and neck
It's a beautiful guitar to the eye. The finishes are superb and even before the play we want to possess ...

UTILIZATION

The handle is nice as it is not allowed: for those like me who usually handles rather late, we feel that many places his hands on it. Ah, of course, access is limited to the acute box 14th ... Is not necessarily for the soli Ulrich Roth, 38th in the boxes ... The weight is nice, you feel a solid guitar but it weighs nothing unnecessary.
From the first notes we are surprised by the ease out great sounds.

SOUNDS

The sounds are great, real warm bass, treble super well balanced with mediums and serious, it's a real pleasure. The volume is so, and picking and arpeggio game are fully optimized. Change the tuning and let's play to open CACGCE Bron-Y-Aur Led Zeppelin: low vacuum roll and sing the treble is really impressive for a guitar for 690 euros ... The consistent rhythm are full, balanced and warm ... The sound is really neat about this guitar

OVERALL OPINION

It's not for me ... Sniff ... But frankly I have an idea, sell my acoustic (though I liked) to acquire it. In addition, the importer of these wonders (Denis Rousseau) is a man of rare kindness, competence and availability, which contains many of these treasures, which can easily give you advice.
There is nothing I do not like about this guitar. Finishes, sound, game everything is good.
As for value, it is almost as magical. You could try it, everyone has different perspectives, and the only means to be fixed is to test it yourself ....
My next scratches ....
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