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«  ARIA LES PAUL CUSTOM 70. PURE WONDER »

Published on 11/05/14 at 07:42
Value For Money : Excellent
ARIA LES PAUL 70 custon made in Japan ... CA SONNE REALLY LIKE A GIBSON.

Here is a nice vintage 1970 Aria guitar Les Paul Custom 1970 factory in Japan of course ...
What the !!! 10/46 mounted low action / no frieze /

A rare finish and flame maple with rosewood or maple.
This is a very rare model in France ...

MICRO POWER, close enough to 57 gibson.

Easel Gibson said .... so everything is MADE IN JAPAN WITH BELOW

UTILIZATION

HANDLE END GENDER IS SLIM AND LETS BE QUICK without tiring.

Access to acute is perfect (the TYPE Paul)

The sound is very similar to a Gibson HOT IS POWERFUL.

IT CAN ALL PLAY .from jazz to metal

SOUNDS

Super clear sound with microphones kind bam.

It can play all MICROS ARE ITS GREAT

It also depends on the amp "A lamp or not, but the effect is the same on a transistor amp it sounds really great.

OVERALL OPINION

SUPER VALUE FOR MONEY.
IF YOU DO NOT FIND AN ATTEMPT IF ... you will leave with :)).

Very rare in France (in its original condition, just search on the net to realize) those who have the care in general.

Safe for seeking a guitar that sounds AND RINGING without ruining the value ...

MUSICALLY YOUR GO ...
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