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Custom77 London's Burning CS3 MiniHB
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Custom77 London's Burning CS3 MiniHB

LP-Shaped Guitar from Custom77 .

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" Like the Paul LH"

Custom77 London's Burning CS3 MiniHBPublished on 10/22/11 at 15:31
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Making Korean (?) Channel D rosewood fingerboard, no complaints. 22 frets, mini HB pickups, 2 volume, 2 tone and 3 position switch.
The violin is of good quality, medium finish, but at this price there is nothing to say.

UTILIZATION

The guitar is a bit heavy, ergonomics without problems, access to acute way, as all the Les Paul and multiple copies.

SOUNDS

The sounds are pretty average, the neck pickup is crap while the bridge position is nice. I played on a Vox AC4 (which was not bad as amended), rock blues and all that happens. The pickups have been replaced by "shopping" hand made, which cost almost as much as the guitar, knobs, and ditto for the condos and the result is......
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Making Korean (?) Channel D rosewood fingerboard, no complaints. 22 frets, mini HB pickups, 2 volume, 2 tone and 3 position switch.
The violin is of good quality, medium finish, but at this price there is nothing to say.

UTILIZATION

The guitar is a bit heavy, ergonomics without problems, access to acute way, as all the Les Paul and multiple copies.

SOUNDS

The sounds are pretty average, the neck pickup is crap while the bridge position is nice. I played on a Vox AC4 (which was not bad as amended), rock blues and all that happens. The pickups have been replaced by "shopping" hand made, which cost almost as much as the guitar, knobs, and ditto for the condos and the result is always a way. It sounds much better but the microphones mounted (the KAMI) may be expressed differently .... like what miracles do not exist, no sound of Neil Young with a shovel to EUR 300 ......

OVERALL OPINION

I have 2 years and plays every day. I do not regret my choice, even upgraded it cost me less than a Les Paul Junior. And even if today the brand has changed its trade policy by focusing on the guitars "standard", I was very happy to find this model for left-handed.
My next choice will be different, I'm going to feel the Duesenberg, because this guitar have me removed my illusions ... Unfortunately we have something for nothing.
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  • Manufacturer: Custom77
  • Model: London's Burning CS3 MiniHB
  • Category: LP-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 04/25/2008

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