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  • philimorphilimor

    More than surprising

    Axl Guitars 1216 jrPublished on 01/05/14 at 12:33
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    USA but I know there are versions "pirates"
    This should not be confused this is the finish and the CTS components and orange drop
    It is somehow a "like it" to Paul Junior a p90 a single violin is very effective
    With several of the Paul rosewood handle seems familiar to me except the treatment of more crude slipped back to

    UTILIZATION

    Channel: the key and the factory settings are very good nickel frets
    Small defects on the key liaison Channel hue adds some
    The body is the typical form of Paul of different sizes to avoid plagiarism
    Level weight is the highlight pen
    Access to acute-type LP
    Sound!!
    Then I remember my first contact waouhhhhh
    This is a killer sustai…
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    USA but I know there are versions "pirates"
    This should not be confused this is the finish and the CTS components and orange drop
    It is somehow a "like it" to Paul Junior a p90 a single violin is very effective
    With several of the Paul rosewood handle seems familiar to me except the treatment of more crude slipped back to

    UTILIZATION

    Channel: the key and the factory settings are very good nickel frets
    Small defects on the key liaison Channel hue adds some
    The body is the typical form of Paul of different sizes to avoid plagiarism
    Level weight is the highlight pen
    Access to acute-type LP
    Sound!!
    Then I remember my first contact waouhhhhh
    This is a killer sustain a monstrous top p90 what to live from a velvety blues or rock furious love!

    SOUNDS

    His record is the crunch on all floors with all modulations fat slimy rock to clean the tone knob is hyper expressive
    I play on all lamps Marshall 800 Peavey Classic 50 through laney lc is always hyper expressive ts 9 a plus and the way to memphis

    OVERALL OPINION

    I acquired it through the net I know Thomann has sold in a series but I do not know the source
    I relied on various tests us in magazines and I do not regret
    Just a poc in the box to receive silly but not serious
    Three months already but unthinkable to separate me one day this shovel, it is too endearing
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