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Cort EVL-Z2
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LP-Shaped Guitar from Cort belonging to the EVL series

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  • sebdelsol1981sebdelsol1981

    Cort EVL-Z2Published on 07/01/10 at 03:10
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Manufactured in Asia
    handle screwed any curling super stringed-instrument trade quality
    rest fixes crossing very good sustain (large large incisive sound)
    micro derivative of the mark emg (its disto enormous, clearly correct
    but without personality safe with effect) 2 volume and a tone

    UTILIZATION

    outer sleeve, heavy guitar goal balanced access to super high frequencies.

    SOUNDS

    versatile sounds but rather directed his big big distortion,
    metal, industrial and co but nice clean sound with reverb effect planing.
    I am of electro rock and metal is perfect rhythm and solo (his incisive) ... in crunch is also interresting but the adjustment must be precise in terms of tone .…
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    Manufactured in Asia
    handle screwed any curling super stringed-instrument trade quality
    rest fixes crossing very good sustain (large large incisive sound)
    micro derivative of the mark emg (its disto enormous, clearly correct
    but without personality safe with effect) 2 volume and a tone

    UTILIZATION

    outer sleeve, heavy guitar goal balanced access to super high frequencies.

    SOUNDS

    versatile sounds but rather directed his big big distortion,
    metal, industrial and co but nice clean sound with reverb effect planing.
    I am of electro rock and metal is perfect rhythm and solo (his incisive) ... in crunch is also interresting but the adjustment must be precise in terms of tone ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    1 month that I (after having sold a ibanez adx) is very nice. and efficient money INNEGALABLE ...
    Bb: sounds clear, it is not bad for bidouilllé found a clear expressive ...

    + + +: Everything else, violin exceptionally huge distortion, no problem to change the pickups if you want a quality violin like you can keep advitam
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