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Custom77 London's Burning CS3 Vintage Sunburst

LP-Shaped Guitar from Custom77

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QuainteenQuainteen

The LP is big sound

Custom77 London's Burning CS3 Vintage SunburstPublished on 03/19/12 at 07:10
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USE

The handle is neither too thin nor too thick, I expected a handle lumberjack. AACS is acute as on all LP; but we know what to expect if we turn to this type of guitar.
It weighs well on the shoulders, which is a good sign about the quality of the instrument. Nothing shakes or vibrates when it is moving.

The mcaniques does not dsaccordent or very shortly after transport in a bag. The knob are well on their bases, they are not twisted. The slecteur is robust, even if you have a strong hand.

No finishing default. The binding is nickel, a very nice finish, it varies foction of brightness.

SONORITS

I play blues, rock, hard rock, funk see. NOHD has...…
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USE

The handle is neither too thin nor too thick, I expected a handle lumberjack. AACS is acute as on all LP; but we know what to expect if we turn to this type of guitar.
It weighs well on the shoulders, which is a good sign about the quality of the instrument. Nothing shakes or vibrates when it is moving.

The mcaniques does not dsaccordent or very shortly after transport in a bag. The knob are well on their bases, they are not twisted. The slecteur is robust, even if you have a strong hand.

No finishing default. The binding is nickel, a very nice finish, it varies foction of brightness.

SONORITS

I play blues, rock, hard rock, funk see. NOHD has done everything for me.
I was able to play on a VOX AD15VT a Fender Blues Junior, and Laney LC12R. Obviously on the lamps she gives what she really was in the belly. It is bold, warm, very fit in ds that mounts the gain.

I could fault pickup just to be a bit feeble, I would have replaced a SH4.

As against the neck pickup satisfies me. To have a sound enough crmeux whether clean or crunch it's perfect. This is not the Seymour Duncan but I t quite surprised.

The sound is really typ Les Paul (G'N'R, Led Zep, Aerosmith ...).

NOTICE GLOBAL

I tried the Epiphone Standard during my period of decision, and there is not to say, they are a good notch below in terms of gear and sound.
It is excellent value for money prices, especially during (btw I sold most expensive!).
With this guitar, it was a veritable instrument without breaking the bank. This is not the Grail, but really the road, even more.
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QuainteenQuainteen

The LP is big sound

Custom77 London's Burning CS3 Vintage SunburstPublished on 03/19/12 at 07:11
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
View other opinions.

USE

The handle is neither too thin nor too thick, I expected a handle lumberjack. AACS is acute as on all LP; but we know what to expect if we turn to this type of guitar.
It weighs well on the shoulders, which is a good sign about the quality of the instrument. Nothing shakes or vibrates when it is moving.

The mcaniques does not dsaccordent or very shortly after transport in a bag. The knob are well on their bases, they are not twisted. The slecteur is robust, even if you have a strong hand.

No finishing default. The binding is nickel, a very nice finish, it varies foction of brightness.

SONORITS

I play blues, rock, hard rock, funk see. NOHD has...…
Read more
View other opinions.

USE

The handle is neither too thin nor too thick, I expected a handle lumberjack. AACS is acute as on all LP; but we know what to expect if we turn to this type of guitar.
It weighs well on the shoulders, which is a good sign about the quality of the instrument. Nothing shakes or vibrates when it is moving.

The mcaniques does not dsaccordent or very shortly after transport in a bag. The knob are well on their bases, they are not twisted. The slecteur is robust, even if you have a strong hand.

No finishing default. The binding is nickel, a very nice finish, it varies foction of brightness.

SONORITS

I play blues, rock, hard rock, funk see. NOHD has done everything for me.
I was able to play on a VOX AD15VT a Fender Blues Junior, and Laney LC12R. Obviously on the lamps she gives what she really was in the belly. It is bold, warm, very fit in ds that mounts the gain.

I could fault pickup just to be a bit feeble, I would have replaced a SH4.

As against the neck pickup satisfies me. To have a sound enough crmeux whether clean or crunch it's perfect. This is not the Seymour Duncan but I t quite surprised.

The sound is really typ Les Paul (G'N'R, Led Zep, Aerosmith ...).

NOTICE GLOBAL

I tried the Epiphone Standard during my period of decision, and there is not to say, they are a good notch below in terms of gear and sound.
It is excellent value for money prices, especially during (btw I sold most expensive!).
With this guitar, it was a veritable instrument without breaking the bank. This is not the Grail, but really the road, even more.
See less
»
QuainteenQuainteen

The LP is big sound

Custom77 London's Burning CS3 Vintage SunburstPublished on 03/19/12 at 07:11
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
View other opinions.

USE

The handle is neither too thin nor too thick, I expected a handle lumberjack. AACS is acute as on all LP; but we know what to expect if we turn to this type of guitar.
It weighs well on the shoulders, which is a good sign about the quality of the instrument. Nothing shakes or vibrates when it is moving.

The mcaniques does not dsaccordent or very shortly after transport in a bag. The knob are well on their bases, they are not twisted. The slecteur is robust, even if you have a strong hand.

No finishing default. The binding is nickel, a very nice finish, it varies foction of brightness.

SONORITS

I play blues, rock, hard rock, funk see. NOHD has...…
Read more
View other opinions.

USE

The handle is neither too thin nor too thick, I expected a handle lumberjack. AACS is acute as on all LP; but we know what to expect if we turn to this type of guitar.
It weighs well on the shoulders, which is a good sign about the quality of the instrument. Nothing shakes or vibrates when it is moving.

The mcaniques does not dsaccordent or very shortly after transport in a bag. The knob are well on their bases, they are not twisted. The slecteur is robust, even if you have a strong hand.

No finishing default. The binding is nickel, a very nice finish, it varies foction of brightness.

SONORITS

I play blues, rock, hard rock, funk see. NOHD has done everything for me.
I was able to play on a VOX AD15VT a Fender Blues Junior, and Laney LC12R. Obviously on the lamps she gives what she really was in the belly. It is bold, warm, very fit in ds that mounts the gain.

I could fault pickup just to be a bit feeble, I would have replaced a SH4.

As against the neck pickup satisfies me. To have a sound enough crmeux whether clean or crunch it's perfect. This is not the Seymour Duncan but I t quite surprised.

The sound is really typ Les Paul (G'N'R, Led Zep, Aerosmith ...).

NOTICE GLOBAL

I tried the Epiphone Standard during my period of decision, and there is not to say, they are a good notch below in terms of gear and sound.
It is excellent value for money prices, especially during (btw I sold most expensive!).
With this guitar, it was a veritable instrument without breaking the bank. This is not the Grail, but really the road, even more.
See less
»
QuainteenQuainteen

The LP is a big

Custom77 London's Burning CS3 Vintage SunburstPublished on 03/19/12 at 07:12
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
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UTILIZATION

The handle is neither too fine nor too thick, I expected a handle lumberjack. The treble is like to aacès on all LP, but we know what to expect if we turn to this type of guitar.
It weighs well over the shoulders, which is a good sign about the quality of the instrument. Nothing shakes or vibrates when it is moving.

The mechanics do not go out of tune or very shortly after transport in a bag. The knob are well on their bases, they do not twist. The selector is robust, although it has a strong hand.

No defects finishing. The binding is great, beautiful finish, it varies in brightness foction.

SOUNDS

I play blues, rock, hard rock, funk see....…
Read more
See other reviews.

UTILIZATION

The handle is neither too fine nor too thick, I expected a handle lumberjack. The treble is like to aacès on all LP, but we know what to expect if we turn to this type of guitar.
It weighs well over the shoulders, which is a good sign about the quality of the instrument. Nothing shakes or vibrates when it is moving.

The mechanics do not go out of tune or very shortly after transport in a bag. The knob are well on their bases, they do not twist. The selector is robust, although it has a strong hand.

No defects finishing. The binding is great, beautiful finish, it varies in brightness foction.

SOUNDS

I play blues, rock, hard rock, funk see. NOHD it suits me perfectly.
I could play it on VOX AD15VT one, a Fender Blues Junior, and a Laney LC12R. Obviously the lamp gives it what it really in the belly. It's greasy, hot, very fit in as soon as the gain goes up.

I just reproach bridge pickup to be a bit feeble, I would have substituted a SH4.

Against by the neck pickup satisfy me much. For a rather creamy whether clean or crunch that's perfect. This is not the Seymour Duncan but I was quite surprised.

The sound is really typed Les Paul (G'N'R, Led Zeppelin, Aerosmith ...).

OVERALL OPINION

I tried the Epiphone Standard during my decision, and there is not to say they are a good notch below in terms of gear and sound.
This is an excellent value, especially in time (I sold most of aillor expensive!).
With this guitar, it was a real instrument without breaking the bank. This is not the Grail, but it is really the road even more.
See less
»

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  • Manufacturer: Custom77
  • Model: London's Burning CS3 Vintage Sunburst
  • Category: LP-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 03/05/2010

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