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  • sebassssebasss

    Custom77 London's Burning CS3 LHPublished on 08/27/09 at 06:23
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
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    -London 's Burning tobacco burst CS-3, manufactured in Korea.

    -Mahogany body, flamed maple top

    -Mahogany, Rosewood Button

    -Tune-o-mat…
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    -London 's Burning tobacco burst CS-3, manufactured in Korea.

    -Mahogany body, flamed maple top

    -Mahogany, Rosewood Button

    -Tune-o-matic, mechanical Kluson oil bath,

    Channel 60's profile

    -22 Frets, 2 humbucker modern 77 '

    -2 Volumes, 2 Tones

    This shovel is really beautiful, I did not have to complain about the finish! It's like being in the grandpa Paul!

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    UTILIZATION

    At the grip, we realize we are in the gun Gibson is a beautiful piece of wood, very heavy (mahogany body), with a handle in the future: it's big, it ' is large, it is round!

    The guitar, like all types Les Paul, is unbalanced in the sitting game, so we will strap (very wide, given the weight of the beast!) For playing standing, it will ask straplocks on guitar, otherwise risk of seeing crashing on your feet if you move too ... In short, we really dealing with a copy of Les Paul, disadvantages included!

    Can be accessed without too much trouble to treble, but for those who used to rush about on the last 5 boxes, it'll move towards China Girl ... The heel of the neck is thick enough on the CS-3, like its big sister Les Paul!

    In terms of sound, microphones Modern 77 'are quite impressive, it is very close to his Gibson!

    The guys have released Custom 77's heavy, very heavy ...

    SOUNDS

    So we have a pretty versatile guitar (the CS-4 would be more in the vintage sounds, sound a little fatter, from what I read), which suits me perfectly, since I play clean, crunch and saturated in a register as vintage and modern.

    With its clean, double-coil sound without making a pest, well balanced, with great presence, and in crunch, it can easily push the guitar stronger attacker. It's nice to be able to go from clean to crunch fat alone nuances to the attacks with a pick!

    In full, the guitar took off the wallpaper! My word, this is america! A well full, precise, yet warm, a strong attack, sustain that you can go drink a coffee and worse troquet back, the guitar still sounds!

    I plugged for the first time on my Vox DA-5 (I'm in the apartment ' <img class="smiley" src="https://fr.audiofanzine.com/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_wink.gif" alt="wink" /> ) And the least we can say is that it leaves you once more from the socket; whole universe Gibson is here is a blessing!

    I LOVE ALL HIS SONS!!

    OVERALL OPINION

    Well, I received this morning, I do not think is still around its possibilities, but I was already the proud father of a Gibson SG from home and I can say that the CS-3 has everything a great!

    The finish is almost perfect, the guitar is very rewarding. The only defects are the key benchmarks of a little "cheap", and a small pet to the junction nut / lacrosse. Apart from that, no need to go pay a Les Paul I do not know how many thousands of dollars! Everything is there, and for 350 euros!

    If you hesitate between Epiphone, Tokai, or Vintage, do not bother, the CS-3 is better finished and sounds are almost identical to the original. The Lyons Custom 77 makes the job of quality, and at that price, I'll pay a Les Paul in every Christmas! (Chouette! More than 4 months! <img class="smiley" src="https://fr.audiofanzine.com/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_mrgreen.gif" alt="mrgreen" /> )
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