Entirely original (depending on vendor)
Acastillage that holds the road
Nothing shaky after 31 years of life
Rounded handle, c is the slim tapper!
Lightly because chambered
Access to acute c is not the top
Unplugged it already reassures ...
Nickel frets (refrettage?)
I've been playing for 7 years and I now have a correct level but above the ears more tests performed after moults, moults changes, moults purchase and resale and multitude of errors!
D First I tried a vox transistor in modern ... it sounded clear already more than nice
Then on a very tiny terror and extensively modified and then pulled it to the Marshall, with soft sounds clear and precise kind of blues Bloomfield, with openings for a semblance of light jazz (it can do a chouille)
Then with a little gain is very organic, it breathes, with a good sustain, that he must still get a little Memme. We hear all the notes with the slight crunch that made me shiver!
With more gain you do not lose much in precision: this means that we play and not a little brouahaa who sometimes have us believe that we play like beasts (the studio are characteristic of this recent brouhaha draft)
V. brief is the best guitar I've never had (epiphone LP, samick artist series LP, gibson faded sg) and one of the best that I've never tried.
First of all: a guitar that tries
I will then mark the ground before receiving lightning experts, fanatics or other monomaniacs of Gibsooooooon and MIJ.
Budget comparisons: between 500 and 3000 euros
Then I tried several LP in 2 months: the studio faded or not special (600 to 500 new Cygnus), studio of red wine (from 2011 to 2009 - et1993), 2011 new standards, new and traditional (between 1700 and 2000 ), a custom shop has 3000 balls (right now we're still in the very good 3000, but it's still being discussed), and a recent epiphone standard (MIC) 400 (also good pick for ... well 1 of 5 , the others being of a truism) and Tokai (too bright for my taste and soulless) ..
And finally, my super power Greco 450 is an entry-level ...
You can read it in 2 ways:
1.soit there is a specialist in MIJ 70s/80s which case probably rightly considers that c is an entry-level
2.soit it is not a specialist in MIJ and compared with new or recent Cygnus ... and there the picture is extremely clear from my point of view: IS NOT NO PHOTO PHOTO BUT THEN .... it is public utility to make people understand that Gibson, the recent fabrications, the world does not care how many guitars as insipid and coarse fill stores!!
The Greco LP is a real good one ... well finished guitar, sustain quality (no egg either), superb microphones (c is the most stunning) and above it (MINE) THE GRAIN of the Paul ... I believe it because even among the std Gibson that I've tried (there were still good guitars should not be messing around) nothing justifies such a price difference (the same studio the "famous 90 years" was significantly worse).
I just wanted to witness to those who are hesitant about Greco.
Go ahead try it and you will certainly come across a very good guitar.
I tried've tested j j j I have compared not hesitate a second!
If you are not used to playing on quality guitars lack of means and / or good advice, you'll be delighted.
Some will tell you that the 580th is too c for n Greco EG450 and they have not necessarily wrong (soaring vintage fashion MIJ etc ...) but others like me to add that from 1500 to 2000 euros in a recent LP without try this is certainly a huge mistake.