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Jim Reed Guitars Les Paul P90
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  • Jim Reed Guitars Les Paul P90Published on 07/08/06 at 10:08
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Guitar factory in Italy by craftsmen ..

    Body and mahogany neck, rosewood fingerboard P90 .. Two sweaty blues ..
    Tune'o'matic and stop bar as in Gibson, very comfortable handle and small .. Must look like the '60 on a Gibson I think

    I put 9 because I had a small problem with the nut headache ..

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    Handle very pleasant, access to acute better than a Gibson because the cut is diffrente .. on the other hand, it's a Les Paul .. me playing primarily on SG Junior 40 years, I can tell you that it hurts a repet with that thing on your back ... Anyway, we must ac well for big sound;)

    Play sitting is not specially kill too. AC is an LP ..

    Its level, there is a very versatile ........
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    Guitar factory in Italy by craftsmen ..

    Body and mahogany neck, rosewood fingerboard P90 .. Two sweaty blues ..
    Tune'o'matic and stop bar as in Gibson, very comfortable handle and small .. Must look like the '60 on a Gibson I think

    I put 9 because I had a small problem with the nut headache ..

    USE

    Handle very pleasant, access to acute better than a Gibson because the cut is diffrente .. on the other hand, it's a Les Paul .. me playing primarily on SG Junior 40 years, I can tell you that it hurts a repet with that thing on your back ... Anyway, we must ac well for big sound;)

    Play sitting is not specially kill too. AC is an LP ..

    Its level, there is a very versatile .. The Well biting and banging his easel at his very fat and well drooling neck pickup Tone baiss .. In short, a sound regal ..

    SONORITS

    She excelled in Blues Rock A .. anyway a little trouble on extreme sounds ... It stops at the ACDC let's say .. After, we can always do with death, but it is not made to: -p

    My material comes down to a Marshall all-tube with Wha, a compressor and a boost .. what .. Rock'n'Roll She's very well and she obulot m'pate more ..

    A place where she managed to well, it's in a small Pignose 5W .. Then, it was THE sound blues .. It's terrible ..

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I've had a year soon ... What I love about this guitar is its sound presence and versatility ..
    I admit that compar has a Gibson, something is missing .. Not the noise level, but at feeling .. especially the key .. But it has a surly rebel cot and I really love it more and more ..

    I would do this choice, but given that we can make custiom, I will take a HB easel .. Because she has Introduced a little duplicate my junior SG .. But I do not regret having has bought the eposque .. it remains a terrible guitar !!!
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