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  • jugejacksonjugejackson

    Burny RLG-60Published on 08/27/08 at 03:49
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - In which country was it made?

    Japan in the early 80

    - How many frets, what kind of micro as well as their configuration?

    The Pauls: 22 frets, 2 humbuckers Gotoh VH4

    - What type of bridge?

    Tune-o-Matic

    - What are the settings (volume, tone, micro switch ...)?

    2 volumes and 2 tones

    - What type of race?

    Channel 60's late type

    UTILIZATION

    If we end the sleeves is very nice.
    Access to acute type Les Paul, not easy.
    Reasonable weight (4kg).
    The sound is that of Les Pauls, hot round on mine I put a Gotoh vintage VH1 top in the bridge position it sounds to hell for playing rock blues or jazz.
    The sound is very good, much better than more expensive new…
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    - In which country was it made?

    Japan in the early 80

    - How many frets, what kind of micro as well as their configuration?

    The Pauls: 22 frets, 2 humbuckers Gotoh VH4

    - What type of bridge?

    Tune-o-Matic

    - What are the settings (volume, tone, micro switch ...)?

    2 volumes and 2 tones

    - What type of race?

    Channel 60's late type

    UTILIZATION

    If we end the sleeves is very nice.
    Access to acute type Les Paul, not easy.
    Reasonable weight (4kg).
    The sound is that of Les Pauls, hot round on mine I put a Gotoh vintage VH1 top in the bridge position it sounds to hell for playing rock blues or jazz.
    The sound is very good, much better than more expensive new guitar today.

    SOUNDS

    Sounds hot, what a Les Paul!
    I play on an ENGL Savage 120 and it sounds from hell, his very full and rich in agreement.

    OVERALL OPINION

    For 4 years I use it I am very SATIF, I bought it in Japan because it is not very common to find in France or even Europe.

    Price / quality ratio very good, as they are traded in the € 600 in Europe, see more because prices rise from 2 / 3 years.

    I referrer that choice without problems, but if I could find an RLG-90, I think there I was filled (The RLO-90 is equivalent to a std Gibson in terms of quality or even better).
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