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Baldwin Epoch LP
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Baldwin Epoch LP

LP-Shaped Guitar from Baldwin .

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" not bad!"

Baldwin Epoch LP Published on 01/23/12 at 12:42
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ben!! manufactured in China, 2 doubles a 3-position selector, 22 frets, bridge classic!

UTILIZATION

handle a very correct!, ergonomics standard, easy, varnish glides well, no inconsistency in the scratches, good sound, lack of yes but we have not too far from the P90 is the neck pickup sounds great

SOUNDS

then that's fine scratches in the rock to AC / DC I think! the neck pickup is very nice to play it cool, the bridge pickup, well obviously rock! I like both but I would not change the pickups, the game is not worth the candle is then it sounds a lot like this month I play on a JTM 30 with little Korg AX3G

OVERALL OPINION

I for one week, yes it is a low-end scratch licensed......
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ben!! manufactured in China, 2 doubles a 3-position selector, 22 frets, bridge classic!

UTILIZATION

handle a very correct!, ergonomics standard, easy, varnish glides well, no inconsistency in the scratches, good sound, lack of yes but we have not too far from the P90 is the neck pickup sounds great

SOUNDS

then that's fine scratches in the rock to AC / DC I think! the neck pickup is very nice to play it cool, the bridge pickup, well obviously rock! I like both but I would not change the pickups, the game is not worth the candle is then it sounds a lot like this month I play on a JTM 30 with little Korg AX3G

OVERALL OPINION

I for one week, yes it is a low-end scratch licensed Gibson, but having tested it, is played every day since that I say what I can not sound bad, has only condition to change the strings to adjust the microphone height with their screws for each string, so do not over rely on the advice of people who are not even tested or so if can, for the price under 90 euros ! it is perfect
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  • Manufacturer: Baldwin
  • Model: Epoch LP
  • Category: LP-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 01/23/2012

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