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  • mrchcroutemrchcroute

    Beautiful copy!

    Fenix by Young Chang Les Paul CustomPublished on 11/29/10 at 08:13
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    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Body: Mahogany
    Neck: Mahogany
    Fingerboard: Rosewood
    Tuners: Gotoh
    Year: 1991

    Made in China

    Switch 3 positions
    Two pickups which I do not know the brand (not removed)
    Volume Control neck pickup, bridge pickup
    Tone control for each mic channel

    UTILIZATION

    pleasant, playing for a while on Start, I wanted a Les Paul for a long time and I'm not disappointed, really well.

    Weight 4kgs, a beautiful beast:)

    The pots were dirty, the sudden it creaked a lot, a little help with contacts bomb and go. I have not really

    SOUNDS

    style so good ...

    In any case my Express112, clean sound is very good.

    Once you push the gain, you get a good sound very heavy, so good!

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    Body: Mahogany
    Neck: Mahogany
    Fingerboard: Rosewood
    Tuners: Gotoh
    Year: 1991

    Made in China

    Switch 3 positions
    Two pickups which I do not know the brand (not removed)
    Volume Control neck pickup, bridge pickup
    Tone control for each mic channel

    UTILIZATION

    pleasant, playing for a while on Start, I wanted a Les Paul for a long time and I'm not disappointed, really well.

    Weight 4kgs, a beautiful beast:)

    The pots were dirty, the sudden it creaked a lot, a little help with contacts bomb and go. I have not really

    SOUNDS

    style so good ...

    In any case my Express112, clean sound is very good.

    Once you push the gain, you get a good sound very heavy, so good!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use for less than a week, and j'la is terrible!

    It is a very good copy of Les Paul, although I do have relied only (some) notice of the net, I'm not disappointed at all.
    The finish is very clean.

    Side value for money, I found myself largely, is not a Les Paul, but it has everything to ...

    And yes I would do with the experience that choice with your eyes closed, especially at this price:)
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