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  • silvergorsilvergor

    Chandler Lap SteelPublished on 03/02/07 at 02:40
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The Chandler Lap Steel I t was manufactured in the USA. He did not fret and the boxes are indicated as taken up by a plexiglass plate prints. The minutes of this plate is rather questionable: plutt nice at first, it is a bit cheap when you look more prt. Indeed, there are actually two superimposed plates: a dark opaque and one transparent o are shown the back. The two screws are on the handle, which can shock.
    There is only one microphone and two rglages: sound and tonality. The buttons are solid, no play The microphone is visually impressive and close to a P90.

    UTILIZATION

    The instrument can not play that with a tonebar or possibly a bottleneck, but is too lightweight to pluck…
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    The Chandler Lap Steel I t was manufactured in the USA. He did not fret and the boxes are indicated as taken up by a plexiglass plate prints. The minutes of this plate is rather questionable: plutt nice at first, it is a bit cheap when you look more prt. Indeed, there are actually two superimposed plates: a dark opaque and one transparent o are shown the back. The two screws are on the handle, which can shock.
    There is only one microphone and two rglages: sound and tonality. The buttons are solid, no play The microphone is visually impressive and close to a P90.

    UTILIZATION

    The instrument can not play that with a tonebar or possibly a bottleneck, but is too lightweight to pluck the strings. It is placed flat on the knees. Access in acute is therefore no problem to the easel!

    The right hand can rest on the bridge for that matter, which also serves to stifle the strings easily.

    SOUNDS

    THE FIRST thing that strikes you is the power of the microphone. It is quite sensitive but has a little too agus Submitted which can be easily offset by lowering the Tone or rglant the amp.
    I jou this instrument on two amps: one H & K Attax80 and a Mesa Boogie F30. Be careful if you intend to play this instrument on a transistor amp because it gives a faster ct matriser screaming that is difficult. It should in this case really compensate for the effects (compression, legalization). As against the F30, heat lamps, and this compensates for the sound becomes enjoyable trs.
    But the real strength of the ceremonial instrument when we go into saturation ... it's basically round, it's heavy, it's hot, it vritablement standard! Fans of Ben Harper will be able to play again phnomnales Faded, Ground on Down, for example ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I possde the Lap Steel since 1999 and I am happy because it is a trs any other instrument which allows for specific sounds and quite innovative. In addition it is always a small effect in concert!
    The price is affordable trs (a board, try to buy the U.S.).
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