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jipav jipav
Publié le 01/14/07 à 08:02
This piece just for a gibson factory in Japan ...
the quality of manufacture, the sound, the aesthetic ... just like a gibson American 3 times more!
Note, however, has two small differences:
Key-in maple instead of the ebony gibson ...
-Junction body / neck perfected by the Japanese, change that Mr. Gibson was later applied to a collection of historic models 5000euros! sustain is amlior by this change.

UTILIZATION

It's like a gibson!
very very heavy, not easy Go to the acute, but what a treat!!

SOUNDS

C is simple, of origin (gibson pickups) I preferred it already has my other guitars (esp ouija kh21 Kirk Hammet, ibanez universe both teams in seymour SH6 Distortion and sh2 jazz .... 2 guitars so very good .. ).
recently it has team of EMG (81 and 60) and, c is simply the best guitar that I've never tried (I j 15 years of guitar behind me, I have to possd a dozen and several hundred essay!)!

OVERALL OPINION

J have this wonderful guitar for a year now. Eclips it completely the other!
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