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DeArmond M-77T

LP-Shaped Guitar from DeArmond .

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PopsymanPopsyman

The duo jet at low cost

DeArmond M-77TPublished on 06/23/12 at 03:42
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
The M-77T is manufactured in Korea.

The body is agathis with a maple table (mapple) and the neck is maple (mapple).
The body is dug (Chambered) but it is still his weight.

It is equipped with a Bigsby and 2 DeArmond pickups USA DeArmond 2K.
It has the same régalages a Les Paul: 2 volumes and 2 tones with a 3-position selector.

UTILIZATION

This is a guitar that looks like a Gretsch Duo Jet.

The ergonomics fit me well, as long as the strings are pulling hard on a (11-52).

Access to Acute is correct.

SOUNDS

The sound is between the Les Paul and Duo Jet.
It behaves very well in clean and crunch.
Distos large, it is not my thing, and I think this is not the domain...…
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The M-77T is manufactured in Korea.

The body is agathis with a maple table (mapple) and the neck is maple (mapple).
The body is dug (Chambered) but it is still his weight.

It is equipped with a Bigsby and 2 DeArmond pickups USA DeArmond 2K.
It has the same régalages a Les Paul: 2 volumes and 2 tones with a 3-position selector.

UTILIZATION

This is a guitar that looks like a Gretsch Duo Jet.

The ergonomics fit me well, as long as the strings are pulling hard on a (11-52).

Access to Acute is correct.

SOUNDS

The sound is between the Les Paul and Duo Jet.
It behaves very well in clean and crunch.
Distos large, it is not my thing, and I think this is not the domain of this guitar.

I find the neck pickup a little too round and too low in charge, but it is a matter of taste.

The Bigsby works like a charm.

OVERALL OPINION

I've had two days. This notice is hot.

I love the Bigsby that works very well. And I like the typed side of this guitar.
It's still pretty polivalente.

It is in a register "gibson / gretsch" that "fender".

And for the price, quality is to go. The violin sounds very good, and if you like the sound of DeArmond pickups, so it's happiness.

And besides, she looks great.
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  • Manufacturer: DeArmond
  • Model: M-77T
  • Category: LP-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 06/23/2012

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Other names: m 77t, m77t, m 77 t, m77 t

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