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matmax29 matmax29
Publié le 05/05/06 à 01:38
LAG Roxanne Made in France
22 frets, rosewood fingerboard al mache
Mahogany body and table Saddle
2 micros Seymour Duncan Phat Cat single (double P90 format)
2 volume, 1 Tone 3-position switch
delivered in rigid tui
there might be a touch AIM bne t but what would the effect with the P90?

UTILIZATION

Mache trs fine and fast, Access in acute is good thanks to two chanfrins
trs guitar balance but rather specially if you have not used when playing seated (the body is small)
it is much more than prestige lgre 2000 and well above Les Paul (no harm there)
for her, here is my opinion: the volume and tone background. Then everything is matter of amp but given the high-end microphones and you plug it sounds.

SOUNDS

Sonnorits excellent: bridge pickup slammed for good riffs and solos of rock crunch or saturated. intermdiaie idalie position to plan and microphones arpges sonnorits handle great for jazzy solos or more crmeux.
to be on that it sounds I tried it in a tiny cube 30 and the sound is good trs, then a Mesa Boogie combo silent or sound excellent especially clean and finally a big Marshall TSL100 which gives a terrible saturation.
I will put another 10 in large part because in anything it sounds! ! !

OVERALL OPINION

I tried for hours in stores on DIFFERENT amps and it is superb. the sound is very special because of the phat cat. I have long sought a guitar in high-end P90 without breaking the budget (the top is the gibson custom shop 3200 56 Goldtop). Indeed there are some models as a PRS or the epiphone Corenne goldtop 56 but it does not ring and the violin is not a REFERENCE especially if there are to keep in time.
1489 list price, it is found in store for 1350 and saw about the quality of the instrument is given nothing to do with the poor violin DC gibson faded a dj that costs more than 1000 .
it is a choice and it will be my next purchase as finance the ds but if you want to allow ...
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