Guitar-produced in Asia, brand developed by a French company.
- 3-piece mahogany neck (mahogany)
- Mahogany body (mahogany)
- Profile sleeve end, 60's type
- Rosewood fingerboard (rosewood)
- Mechanical Diecasting Chrome
- Frets thin and wide (2.7mm)
- D'Addario Strings Set 10-46
- Weight: around 4kg
- Setup 2 volumes 2 tones, a switch 3 positions
I leave my note in view of the purchase price of 205 euros!!
- The handle is perfect for me it's not an aircraft carrier runway like some vintage ibanez, but the profile is well on this guitar.
- Access to treble is good as a LP nothing to say.
- The form you buy an LP to the form and not the weight 4kg like bein there it is heavy but it is a good choice. Apart from the comfort of the weight game is excellent it is well balanced.
- The real surprise is that for 200 euros a guitar aver you comfortable and good quality microphones really not bad.
- In the clean and have saturated the micro punch and is pretty accurate.
- Sound is not that of a gibson but is of excellent quality, I think the difference lies in the handle screw.
- I rather regret the lack of precision of tone knobs.
In my case for € 200 there is nothing better in the market for this type of scratch, I even think that CS3 should be greater than an Epiphone LP STANDART seen that quite frankly if I had to choose between the CS1 and it hesitate.
For sounds I was looking for a guitar to play rock songs kind of cocaine or smoke on the water ...
It is perfect for that and answer my expectations easily.
It responds well in all registers saturated and clean it really is not bad although I prefer to use my Start for that which transcends.
- I have this guitar for 15 jourset I had to play about 30 hours on it.
- I love the distorted sound and look, I like the least 4kg.
- The amazing value for money is in short of the ball is to talk about young people.
- If it all over again I would buy without hesitation.