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Maya (guitar) marauder

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Maya (guitar) marauderPublished on 01/31/10 at 12:38
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
It is a very close copy of THE FIRST Marauder natural color (APRS my research), so body near a les paul (but with a flat table, just for comfort chamfer arm right) but with a head of Flying V. There are cries on the head Paul Beuscher but I think it comes from the factory that manufactured the Mayan Kob until the earthquake of the same name. It must date from the late 70's or early 80's.
The handle is round (almost "O"!), Fairly close to that of a Les Paul studio, but nevertheless have comfortable.
22 frets, 1 double prs of the handle, a simple fever, a slecteur 3 positions, 1 volume, one tone.
The violin is really good quality and well preserved for a guitar not CHRE which must......
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It is a very close copy of THE FIRST Marauder natural color (APRS my research), so body near a les paul (but with a flat table, just for comfort chamfer arm right) but with a head of Flying V. There are cries on the head Paul Beuscher but I think it comes from the factory that manufactured the Mayan Kob until the earthquake of the same name. It must date from the late 70's or early 80's.
The handle is round (almost "O"!), Fairly close to that of a Les Paul studio, but nevertheless have comfortable.
22 frets, 1 double prs of the handle, a simple fever, a slecteur 3 positions, 1 volume, one tone.
The violin is really good quality and well preserved for a guitar not CHRE which must be about 30 years more.
The varnish is a little pass to see plucked out in places, but gives her mouth, she is in gravy.
Bodies of 2 parts.
The two sides also handle and head in V t supplmentaires up with two pieces for the "wings" of V.

UTILIZATION

Channel super pleasant, it takes the whole hand, to love, love (recently, she convinced me)
Ergonomics (a bit too heavy, I'd have the PSE)
ACCS Acute identical to the les paul.
Is connected and ringing!

SOUNDS

I wanted the trip to "old japanese guitar that looks like nothing but that sounds" well I do not t's.
The microphone is very sharp near the highs of a tl clear sound, he tears, he pierced the mix on a Hot Rod, he hurt me in the face but good.
Strangely, in crunch, it is taking so much body gets a little fatter. In saturated Dchira it, it all sounds are balanced Defines, great for blues solos.
takes the position of the intermediate-thickness, casseroles funky comfortable, a little crystalline ct. The contribution of micro severe acute softens widely. blues too.
The microphone is serious lecture (yes, I insist!) In the clear for the blues, jazz, arpges, but it is velvety vamp qd even a little, that's what convinced me that micro buy this guitar! Too much stature makes it a bit "muddy" qd same, but I have not bought for.
See much more quality than my les paul studio in serious ... but softer and more velvety with grain.
I wanted to try it slide, I give in Open E. ... she is still there, the microphone has serious t done it seems!
I tried on: hot rod, TSL 2000, VC30 Laney, Laney LC 50, Roland Micro Cube, Modlisations Logic 9, it sounds it sounds sonneelle
Only small worries, pickups have an output level a bit faiblar.

OVERALL OPINION

I've had it a month. What I like most is that nobody has the same, that for the price I could have bought 1 / 2 ibanez or lag (at random) but did not correct could sound so good.
I go see bcp Asian ds guitar studio that I appreciate, it does not happen the ankle (even 500/600), it has a look, a personality and she is in gravy.
It is part of the guitar that I d sell under torture ...
If I find another, I shall leave to the classic tune!
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  • Manufacturer: Maya (guitar)
  • Model: marauder
  • Category: LP-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 01/31/2010

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