3-position type les paul (Treble, Rhythm and 2 mixed)
2 volumes and 2 tones
She has the great advantage of being lightweight, which makes it even more enjoyable ...
The sound of the 3 mic positions offers true versatility of the grain but not too much heat and especially surprising.
It is quite happening everywhere. I use it that much in rock pop reggae or funk that ....
I use it mainly with a Marshall but it is terrible on a Mesa in terms of large or heavy distortion though a Fender clean sound for a bluff.
What can I say except that we have a very good guitar!!
It's been eight months now that I use for studio and live and I must say that I have nothing against him.
It has nothing to envy to other guitars ....
Very good value for money
very nice, I really enjoy playing it, it feels comfortable.
Nothing to say on the form, however I find it a bit heavy.
Good access to highs and was easily the sound that delivers the goods or a soft clean as well.
The AV7 is a very versatile guitar, I play jazz, blues, rock or metal, and I'm really happy with the resulting sound.
I have for now a little VOX DA5 which leaves me not really to take full advantage of the guitar, but I've played on more serious amps like the big Marshall tube (don't have the precise model in mind) or Vox VT50 and I really appreciated the capabilities of this guitar, be it on the clean, the crunch of heavy saturation, bridge or neck pickup position ...
My favorite sounds are fairly clean with mild highs that look good and a little delay, just hovering, and a popping sound a la Slash for powerful solos
I use it since June 2009 (now over a year and a half so) and this is my first electric guitar. I do not regret having purchased it (I hesitated between this and the Gibson Les Paul Studio, but it was significantly more expensive, so I opted for Greg Bennett, and now I'm really happy) .
What I like least is that the weight of the guitar, I find it really heavy but hey, every day it bothers me less than before because I do not often have to carry it by hand.
The price / quality ratio is very good for me because for that price I found nothing else that compares to the Greg Bennett AV7. For someone who started the electric guitar with an average budget (between 300 and 600 &euro it is a good investment, because having a guitar that sounds when it starts can be motivating: D
(This may explain the slightly high price for the Greg Bennett - it is probably the fact that the brand is not very (if at all) known to the general public, unlike Gibson or Fender, for example, where part of the price pays for the brand).
If I had to redo the choice, I will buy this guitar again without hesitation