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Jacobacci Studio II

LP-Shaped Guitar from Jacobacci .

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Jacobacci Studio IIPublished on 05/01/12 at 14:10
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I hope I have more to present the creators of high quality guitars. Mine has been modified to correspond to a circuit Les Paul, the pickups are Gibson humbucker type also.

UTILIZATION

Handle very nice and accurate (Ebony), mine was refrétté and blocks the key changed. Access to acute facilities by cutting an elegant Florentine. Guitar very light thanks to its hollow body. The sound is there, clear. You can hear everything, even the bread!

SOUNDS

Guitar very versatile because of its premise, I blame my own lack of some teeth in its saturated, it remains very civilized.

OVERALL OPINION

I possess over 15 years, I love the patina it took. The cache of plastic heel of the neck has......
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I hope I have more to present the creators of high quality guitars. Mine has been modified to correspond to a circuit Les Paul, the pickups are Gibson humbucker type also.

UTILIZATION

Handle very nice and accurate (Ebony), mine was refrétté and blocks the key changed. Access to acute facilities by cutting an elegant Florentine. Guitar very light thanks to its hollow body. The sound is there, clear. You can hear everything, even the bread!

SOUNDS

Guitar very versatile because of its premise, I blame my own lack of some teeth in its saturated, it remains very civilized.

OVERALL OPINION

I possess over 15 years, I love the patina it took. The cache of plastic heel of the neck has not aged well and was off. This is an exceptional guitar, handcrafted by luthiers exceptional too, pay tribute to them!
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Jacobacci Studio IIPublished on 03/01/05 at 13:56
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Made in France at Jacobacci (mine of 81)
22 frets, 2 micro Gibson in 1980 (replaced by a bridge Seymour Duncan TB-6 on mine)
Quipp 3 of switch on / off -> bridge mic on / off; handle mic on / off; knob inoperan on / off
knob one volume, another tonalitbr /> run type les paul custom ebony fingerboard al

UTILIZATION

Channel trs enjoyable, aigux Access in relatively small (les paul) paul trains nice and bonus, in jaco not all plaque is mounted from the front of the guitar + relatively light compared to a les paul gibby
It's always a mythical flawless despite the change of micro and great age.

SOUNDS

Micro TB-6 well nag but not original but the original config was perfect for me......
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Made in France at Jacobacci (mine of 81)
22 frets, 2 micro Gibson in 1980 (replaced by a bridge Seymour Duncan TB-6 on mine)
Quipp 3 of switch on / off -> bridge mic on / off; handle mic on / off; knob inoperan on / off
knob one volume, another tonalitbr /> run type les paul custom ebony fingerboard al

UTILIZATION

Channel trs enjoyable, aigux Access in relatively small (les paul) paul trains nice and bonus, in jaco not all plaque is mounted from the front of the guitar + relatively light compared to a les paul gibby
It's always a mythical flawless despite the change of micro and great age.

SOUNDS

Micro TB-6 well nag but not original but the original config was perfect for me too
I play with a Fender 1600 Internship III dynamic touch my ds1 my small clone and sometimes zoom (effects too cheap for my taste)
the sound is clear enormissime, not a default, delicious ..
With a little distortion you'd think of a skyscraper made of metal active for pafaite buggers .. lol

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for two years or so, I love the prestige of its collection of skyscrapers look use his ... of his death, etc. .. The problem is that it is getting old and the frets start to die ..
I tried it and bought directly on the fields .. Wonder what .. and I'm not dcu
For the price I pay (1 / 3 the price) is the quality normissime
With the experience I would hope to find this kind of scratching more often
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Jacobacci Studio IIPublished on 08/23/05 at 12:55
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Made in Paris, the date of my 74 and I've had 86
the main feature is that the body is hollow, and the crazy Feedback is provided for almost all the notes: happiness if it is properly managed

UTILIZATION

The handle is really excellent (especially the time I guess, because now with digital machines, it must be done on purpose to get a handle Poraver) I also have a Godin Artisan ST: these two guitars have sleeves quite similar, high quality and a real pleasure.
when I bought it, the microphones were not home and I changed again to a kit with 2 doubles Di Marzio: c is the sound of course!
one small problem: even after changing the mechanical (cause aging), I still have problems......
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Made in Paris, the date of my 74 and I've had 86
the main feature is that the body is hollow, and the crazy Feedback is provided for almost all the notes: happiness if it is properly managed

UTILIZATION

The handle is really excellent (especially the time I guess, because now with digital machines, it must be done on purpose to get a handle Poraver) I also have a Godin Artisan ST: these two guitars have sleeves quite similar, high quality and a real pleasure.
when I bought it, the microphones were not home and I changed again to a kit with 2 doubles Di Marzio: c is the sound of course!
one small problem: even after changing the mechanical (cause aging), I still have problems detuning on the ground as to why ...

SOUNDS

If I write this, especially for c say "Kdcobainson" I have made refrettrer in 2003: it's well worth the trouble, it became quite hard to play and the sound was a bit confused: he was the refrettage restored a youth! do not hesitate to maintain its good decent guitars.
Otherwise you can just play with but do not ask him to sound strat's for sure.
A sound rich in personality

OVERALL OPINION

This skyscraper is part of the family now. A priceless piece anyway.
I have the original invoice "recovery telecaster 1800F, 2600F Jacobacci". c on that if I had the telecaster in question, it would be a much better financial investment, but damn, this Jaco c still something else, made with love, the hair close in a small workshop of 20 ° by 2 brothers genius luthiers.
Anyway, if you have the rare chance of hitting a OCCAZ, jump on it with closed eyes!
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Jacobacci Studio IIPublished on 12/10/06 at 02:20
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In which country was it made? (United States, Japan, Mexico, France ...)
In France, by brothers Jacobacci.

How many frets, what kind of micro as well as their configuration?
What are the settings (volume, tone, micro switch ...)?

If I remember correctly handle allowing access to C sharp.
It was equipped with two microphones Benedetti. Its electronics (passive) was classic: volume and tone plus a phase switch for direct, in other words, to bypass the resistance of the volume and tone giving her a slightly more powerful and a little better defined.

UTILIZATION

RAS

SOUNDS

I played with a lot of amps. What seemed crucial was the choice of micro, very typical in the case......
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In which country was it made? (United States, Japan, Mexico, France ...)
In France, by brothers Jacobacci.

How many frets, what kind of micro as well as their configuration?
What are the settings (volume, tone, micro switch ...)?

If I remember correctly handle allowing access to C sharp.
It was equipped with two microphones Benedetti. Its electronics (passive) was classic: volume and tone plus a phase switch for direct, in other words, to bypass the resistance of the volume and tone giving her a slightly more powerful and a little better defined.

UTILIZATION

RAS

SOUNDS

I played with a lot of amps. What seemed crucial was the choice of micro, very typical in the case of Benedetti, so little versatile.

OVERALL OPINION

I played this guitar for twenty years. I bought used in 1976, she had four or five years.
I liked its weight, compared to the Gibson must require twenty physiotherapy sessions per year if we want to continue to keep right.
After a few years, I remove Benedetti I found too crystalline and lacking in warmth, and replaced by di Marzio.
Then, probably because I had played too, I had the feeling of having been around and I have for sale. Nobody has acquired ... but one day I was contacted by a museum. So it is there, warm and free from dust, I suppose, which is better than in the shadow of a cover, but less well in the hands of a guitarist.
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  • Manufacturer: Jacobacci
  • Model: Studio II
  • Category: LP-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 02/26/2005

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