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Fender DG-10 LH
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Left-Handed Acoustic Guitar from Fender belonging to the DG series.

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  • kirikirikirikiri

    Fender DG-10 LHPublished on 05/21/08 at 09:56
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This guitar was made in China does.

    21 frets

    UTILIZATION

    Channel not too wide enough rope ready for a game without too much effort
    playable even after 15 trouble-free is a bit of fitness but it is possible
    the box is impressive
    sound and that's why I wanted to write an opinion, so for me the sound is great, I find an instrument at this price, I was not dreaming better.
    it is very bright, and when I attack solo or rhythm sound volume is really no appointment frisouille in all directions.

    SOUNDS

    Yes I like it when things are going well in the acute requances without losing scale in the bass

    I heard a yam (I do not know the model) I have not APREC sound whil…
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    This guitar was made in China does.

    21 frets

    UTILIZATION

    Channel not too wide enough rope ready for a game without too much effort
    playable even after 15 trouble-free is a bit of fitness but it is possible
    the box is impressive
    sound and that's why I wanted to write an opinion, so for me the sound is great, I find an instrument at this price, I was not dreaming better.
    it is very bright, and when I attack solo or rhythm sound volume is really no appointment frisouille in all directions.

    SOUNDS

    Yes I like it when things are going well in the acute requances without losing scale in the bass

    I heard a yam (I do not know the model) I have not APREC sound while in the medium medium grave, regardless of scale and a sound that ended very quickly ... Fund Raisonance hs?

    OVERALL OPINION

    3 years

    most is the sound
    the least difficult to climb beyond 15
    q / p is the fte
    no I do not have that choice would do for so little I will buy an electro directly if the sound is pleasant
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