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  • ghighi26ghighi26

    Marvel

    Gibson The Paul FirebrandPublished on 04/17/11 at 09:43
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Gibson USA
    Walnut body with flat table, unlike the Les Paul.
    Unvarnished guitar (I do not know how it is over)
    Walnut set neck 22 frets with ebony fingerboard.
    2 humbuckers.
    2 volume controls + 2 tone controls.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is a real killer!
    I had a max of guitars, but then I've never known such comfort gambling The ebony fingerboard has to be something to do with the feeling of comfort and sensitivity that comes alone in the game is finds himself playing fast and well.
    Compared to an Ibanez is a brand reputation (justified) to provide comfortable necks, even better, it gives the impression of playing on velvet!

    SOUNDS

    In his clear, the pickups …
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    Gibson USA
    Walnut body with flat table, unlike the Les Paul.
    Unvarnished guitar (I do not know how it is over)
    Walnut set neck 22 frets with ebony fingerboard.
    2 humbuckers.
    2 volume controls + 2 tone controls.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is a real killer!
    I had a max of guitars, but then I've never known such comfort gambling The ebony fingerboard has to be something to do with the feeling of comfort and sensitivity that comes alone in the game is finds himself playing fast and well.
    Compared to an Ibanez is a brand reputation (justified) to provide comfortable necks, even better, it gives the impression of playing on velvet!

    SOUNDS

    In his clear, the pickups are good, but this is not the height of a Gibson.
    It is quite sound in "soft" or "jazzy" with the microphone serious.
    Once we attack with a light drive, then there, microphones give all their possibilities. It's very very good.
    When the drive is further increased to an amp, it sounds kind of catch Gary Moore easily.
    A treat!
    Me I did it "upgraded" from a luthier (2nd notch, polished, a Di Marzio PAF in history to have more acute attack, vibrato Kalha, splittage of 2 microphones to increase the sound combinations) and now It's a bomb!

    OVERALL OPINION

    A guitar is a marvel, especially with the handle exceptions.
    Too little known, little has been produced and distributed shortly. The shutdown was done in 1982 or 83 from memory.
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