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    Lecherf n°22Published on 08/23/07 at 08:03
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    First a link to a forum that traces the making of the guitar:
    http://riffgauche.free.fr/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1265&start=0

    The guitar was made by luthier Thibaut Lecherf I highly recommend it.
    Mahogany body and neck-through, ebony fingerboard, flamed maple table, as the wood of excellent quality.
    With an easel Wilkinson Piezo bridges, LR Baggs preamp, microphones and SH2 of TB4 in Duncan.
    One volume with push push splitter for the microphones, a tone, a piezo-magnetic pickups mixer, a 3 position switch for conventional microphones, mini-switch to select piezo / mix / magnetic.
    The handle is in tune Gibson, 22 frets, Abalone benchmarks.
    Impossible to below 10, it's me who …
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    First a link to a forum that traces the making of the guitar:
    http://riffgauche.free.fr/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1265&start=0

    The guitar was made by luthier Thibaut Lecherf I highly recommend it.
    Mahogany body and neck-through, ebony fingerboard, flamed maple table, as the wood of excellent quality.
    With an easel Wilkinson Piezo bridges, LR Baggs preamp, microphones and SH2 of TB4 in Duncan.
    One volume with push push splitter for the microphones, a tone, a piezo-magnetic pickups mixer, a 3 position switch for conventional microphones, mini-switch to select piezo / mix / magnetic.
    The handle is in tune Gibson, 22 frets, Abalone benchmarks.
    Impossible to below 10, it's me who has just chosen and the result is 110% of my expectations.

    UTILIZATION

    The neck profile modeled on a handle of a Carvin, it's just slightly skewed to increase all the comfort. Access to acute no problem, thanks to the neck-and especially to sculpture the body. The neck is narrower than a Start and a little thicker, which makes playing with your thumb.
    The guitar has an average weight between the Start and Les Paul.
    It requires time to adapt, as different from anything I could have before. The settings for volume and tone are not always fully, unlike my old guitars. at first I was a little surprised by the comfort and sound, but after a few weeks to tame, the other guitar began to take dust, and it was hard to let go of it.
    Again hard not to use 10. The profile of the run was selected from all those I had in my hands like the one that suited me best.

    SOUNDS

    Difficult to find a style of music which it does not stick. Garymoorienne the ride to jazz, through the hard, metal (not death doom but we talked music here ...)
    At the sound is a guitar that sings, really, with hot sounds. The pickups are classics that have been proven. The clean sounds are incredibly good, especially with the piezo. The mix makes 2 sounds very interesting. Be careful it does not replace a sound, but it makes clear sounds rich and complex.
    The saturations are singing, the harmonics out of themselves, huge sustain, for such a small guitar (compared to a Les Paul it has nothing to be ashamed).
    Only crunches are down (but not ridiculous, the output level is simply too high to allow the nuance needed to crunch), but I knew at the outset. It is impossible to have a guitar that does everything. I'm considering making the blow of a second.
    I played on a Budda Superdrive Amplifier 2 as great as any guitar. This is the perfect couple. I only play very little effect: a Maxon OD808 for crunches, Xotic AC Booster to boost solos, reverb, delay, no need for more.
    The cleans are very clean in an intermediate position or severe micro splitter. The SH4 is saturating the clean, so should not be used alone. The piezo is also one particularly interesting.
    In lead, the SH4 is excellent as the SH2, the SH2 is really a great mic, I would not change it. For SH 4 I am more skeptical. I orient myself to be more subtle, like a Pearly Gates.
    As mentioned, I put 8-sounding as crunches are not up to the cleans and Satus. At the same time if there was a config can do any good, it is not.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 4 months now and I still can not find nothing wrong. I think a guitar again to Thibaut for a truly comprehensive range of sounds, so a typical strat guitar or superstrate.
    The price does not make a beginner guitar but instead advantageously as an alternative to the Gibson / PRS she teases the ground, given that:
    - The manufacturing quality is higher (the varnish of the body is soft as silk)
    - The guitar is perfectly placed in the palm of your hand (not like the logs Gibson or PRS Wide Fat) and is consistent with the millimeter to what I wanted.
    - The specifications are entirely consistent with your expectations. And I did not expect to have a crunch as a stratum or tele.

    And especially pleased to see the matchless instrument born a week before your eyes.
    I stress patience, kindness, advice and caution Thibaut Lecherf that honor to his profession and should be a reference.
    Now if we look for a sound strat nothing worth a stratum. A PRS is always a PRS, a Gibson Gibson ... etc one. If this instrument plays in the same court, it is not a substitute, a substitute. This is a unique instrument in that. Go see a luthier by requesting a "copy" always leave a bitter taste. If my guitar is shaped like a parker, it is not a parka and I did not want to like this.
    I sold the rest of my guitars (Carvin, I loved yet, ESP ...) and I plan to redo a guitar rather typical strat T. Lecherf to complement the palette of sounds. I've played PRS, Gibson Custom, ESP, Vigier, Fender Custom Shop, Epiphone Elite, Lag, Kopo ... etc and so on. I can judge this guitar compared to those which it is closest in spirit and sound, that is, PRS and Gibson.
    Having owned a guitar Kopo, I do not work unworthy of it, however, the work of T. Lecherf suits me more.
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