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Loïc Le Pape Lsteel Paul Junior DC
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«  Simple and effective! »

Publié le 05/10/10 à 07:16
No. 08/014
mahogany neck, profile c
mic p90 Dogear (Kent Armstrong)
warparound compensated
weight 3.8 kilos
perforated rear part
mechanical oil bath Kluson black
tie-belt Straplock

Finish rusty kind of snake skin on the table and brands random (secret process Loïc) on the back adorned with a quasi-circle of small holes drilled and plunges back into the fund on its edges. This gives a nice rounded appearance. The pickguard and the hatch to the electronics were also rusty in the beginning but then I do have repainted black by Loïc because I thought it lacked contrast. And of course the key lepapiène, bare steel is shown in various parts of the body, including the usual areas of friction.
I rises with 10/46 ground yarn, perfect for wild and rhythmic accuracy (warparound requires). Small flat, by dint of the ground yarn too bender sees longevity decreased


UTILIZATION

Good Mahogany C which is well in hand, with proper access to acute mild annoyance square heel, besides the fact Loïc bevel on the latest models of their kind. anyway I did not choose this type of guitar playing to shred mph beyond the 17th fret.

Otherwise no complaints about the weight and balance. I disassembled it does not involve the shoulder stand and it does not sting the nose in the sitting game.


SOUNDS

Simple and effective! Microphone, volume, tone and not need a whole arsenal of treatment between his guitar and amp, preferably tube. No magnetic interference due to micro serious and it is reflected.

I generally used on everything that needs to send with a good crunch, but it also defends very well on rough blues. I also learned a great rockabilly sound (with a little echoing the slapback) and is a real treat to slide.

OVERALL OPINION

This is perhaps not the most versatile guitar but what it does and does it well anyway, it does not compromise to a fellow character ...

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