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junglerat junglerat
Publié le 09/30/06 à 03:29
Chinese-made. Good imitation Les Paul, junction boxes with handle 22 to 17, classic. Set neck solid wood body. Equipped with two humbuckers. Rosewood handle, neither too broad nor too rounded

UTILIZATION

Rosewood. Access to acute: The Paul forces is not good beyond the 17, but it has been proven. Good weight: about 3.8 kg so good resonance!
The onstruction and shape are ca: sustain and still sustain!

SOUNDS

Versatile as desired, except for the picking? Just look at the album covers to be convinced of the form please!

OVERALL OPINION

Purchased recently, I have not yet fully exploited, but a good rhythm and setting a passage for solo treble: It's been two presets ok
Value / unbeatable price. This review is also partly written in reaction to the previous trees which I think is very unfair. My Korg tuner should probably be less reliable than his ears!
If it again? I already bought seven other models in the range, all perfect!
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