Made in Franche at Bédarieux.
This is the version 2 with 'n', the bridge with a lyre way.
Mahogany body, maple top, binding on the turn and the handle, which is in ebony, 22 frets.
1 Seymour Duncan TB4 in the bridge and Seymour Duncan SH1 1 '59 in the neck.
2 volumes, 1 tone, 1 3-position selector and split pickups on the tone knob.
A damper on the lyre tailpiece which passes not necessarily aesthetic overtones, and saturated, it's ugly, so to mater.
Handle very nice, small (width), round but not really thick, it is a small handle.
It is glued, the sustain is really, really good.
The guitar is well balanced with a strap, it does not sting the nose.
Access to treble without constraint.
Rather it looks like a jazz-rock-type guitar, but I play rock / metal or trash.
Mine is granted to drop C, it has a definition in the bass impressive, I had compared to an ESP Eclipse 2 (the lighter version) and the result was really not in favor of ESP, it had a dry sound, without serious compared to Roxanne that has its 'thick' bass and very warm.
I like to split the pickups, in fact, it is indispensable to me, can be obtained with very crunch 'Hendrix' with the neck pickup as acute and guitar becomes very versatile. TB4 in the bridge not send a lot of sauce, enough for very big, it's still pretty clean while being warm, EMG would bcp clean but also dry.
I plugged in a mk2 Triamp, I admit I blow a little trouble taming the bass since it has (too) I also plugs into my head Engl Savage 60.
Wood (body and set neck) really bring the size of his, and this table really adds brilliance in the sound that highlights the mix.
I have 8 years I think, I compared to an ESP of the same range but Lag corresponded best to the sound I was looking big, thick, rich, versatile, modern rock.
I do not like too much against by the Lyre tailpiece, I had to quell the vibrations with a piece of foam, if not significantly block the sound disco. I do not like too much either the gold hardware or vintage style knobs that are not practical
I love the sound that comes out, turn huge 'as it is very small. Its ergonomics and its weight as it weighs just as much as my PRS Custom 22, and I like to feel that weight.
years which country she made?
Made in France 1995's
How many frets?
What kind of microphone and their configuration?
2 Seymour Duncan humbucker, single spittable
What type of bridge?
Lyre type This gives it a very nice appearance
What kind of stick?
Channel end and tapered modern type is a guitar using standard format, so no big stick.
What are the settings? 1 volume, 2 tones spittable therefore, a 3-position selector.
The handle is it nice?
very ergonomic, though late, á sounds just about anything on it, and you can reach large differences
Access to acute (recent freight) is it easy?
Ergonomics is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)?
Gets it easy to sound good?
Yes it's a guitar with a lot of medium, it offers many possibilities, notament when you love the big sound. His clear round and rather hot jazz type rather the side ISP or some Gibson made for serious.
Are they suitable for your style of music?
As a pro, I used to pass over his side, it has less character than a typical TV or another guitar, but it offers a lot of resilience, it is this aspect that the chosen .
With what (s) amplifier (s) or effect (s) do you play?
It sounds great on stype Marshall amps, Laney, Rivera, Mesa Boogie,
More limited on Fender, Vox
What kind of sound you get and with what settings ("crystalline", "bold", ....)?
It is rather in the register of sweet sounds, round, soft
How long have you use it?
I bought mine in 1996
What is the particular feature you like best and least?
Have you tried many other models before buying it?
Airing not time, but since so pretty, and ca comforts me that this is a very well made guitar.
How would you rate the quality / price? With experience, you do again this choice? ...
they often suffer from a sacred discount á resale, yet it has all the advantages of a guitar at temperatures above 2000 euros, that ca is the potential level of play, as well as the finish is impeccably beautiful.