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«  Good guitar for a good price »

Publié le 10/28/10 à 08:44
China
Channel C
Jhonson Micro EMG

UTILIZATION

The handle is very good, good grip.
the access to the 22nd asser box is as simple as a gibson
Good ergonomics (like gibson).
the weight is well distributed, although its shape recalled the original Les Paul.
Good quality finishing.
The little flat is whimsical mechanical if you start wanting played as slash. (Not much worse for dramatic jai)
BEAUTIFUL REPLICA.


SOUNDS

The sound is pretty clear as that in acutely serious.
We obtain very easily a good sound.
Great guitar for blues, rock, but it is also very well defent heavy distortion.


OVERALL OPINION

Its been 2 months jai bought this guitar and I find great.
I play for several years and jai pass lots of guitar custom shop, or prestige, so I know what I can stick, I do not compare this guitar has a custom shop in May I think this guitar deserves a good rating and it is well worth price is very low
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