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Published on 02/28/10 at 14:15
Value For Money : Excellent
More info and pictures on the site rondo music: https://www.rondomusic.com/al3100pp.html, but it is a rsum LP manufacturing Corenne offering:

- Neck and body accajou
- A small table in Rabl (1 / 4 ")" birdseye "funky enough for this model
- A button in Ebne
- Two Alnico V humbuckers that sound in the "spirit PAF"
- Mcas groove
- A reasonable price

Note that the colors of this model is ultra funky Purple Bird and that it changes the LORD "classic"!

Moreover, the level of finish is very good. On my copy the only small BMOL lies at the jack or a screw head has a little brutally emissions t ...

UTILIZATION

Rglage the factory was almost perfect, the action fairly low and the "jouabilit copy.

The handle is very comfortable, the key in bne is a real plus in comfort and tone of sound.

The pickups are kind vintage and provide a good output level.

The knobs are progressive, important if one wants to play on a plain lamp a little pushed.

Once replaced the original strings, holding agreement is excellent.

The guitar is heavy, mahogany thank you, but good when you take a LP we know what to expect.

SOUNDS

It sounds like a Les Paul, may be because it is.

A vacuum is a pretty ydj sonority and sought not.

In his clear, scxd a home or hot rod in the studio, by applying a little theft and tone it quickly into the mood motown / soul / jazz.

On a head and a marshall 4x12 is the revival "hairy" ins.

The cot and the velvety soustain the FA are well appointment.

You can explore a lot of nuances in playing on rglages and attack.

Short with a guitar sound and well tempered character of the Les Paul.

OVERALL OPINION

I was looking for a long time, a small LP for reasonable budgets, a story broaden the sonic palette of my instruments (one and a exca tl) and go to meet more mellow sounds , round, less slap

I've tried a number of LP in a budget of less than 650: the Tokai MIJ hand, the new MIC Tokai, the new Custom 77, Gibson LP Studio of OCCAZ and also a number of 'Epiphone (old and new).

I think the AL3100 leaves (very) far rcentes Behind the Ear (in any case sries classic) sounds with more presence and warmth that the CS77, less dark Studios and that remains largely in the vein of Tokai MIJ I've tried, plus key bne

In short, for me who has Plutt in the soul / funk / reggae, I found my companion for Idale tlcaster. The sound mellow and vintage suits me wish the little cluck scalp 70 when you crunch a bit is not without reminding me of my youth ...

In a year of use but nothing has really changed from being that I learned to know and enjoy.

FYI, the guitar and box and all shipping and customs coming back around 500.

I think it is a beautiful instrument with a very good report qualitprix.

A highly recommend any fan of LP, and if c'tait rafaire it would be with great pleasure.
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