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buissonDJ buissonDJ
Publié le 03/07/09 à 23:27
This guitar does Ralis licensed in Japan between 1988 and 1998.
It's a 22 frets, medium jumbo Gibson idem. The pickups are PAF pickups ie U.S., identical to the classic 57. Neck version of the sound is warm and very specific on powerful micro Bridge, harmonic medium rather, and timbre are not specific on the DEFINITIONS dperdition with gain in clear and perfect for singing. I like the Lollar pickups for comparison and Bare knuckle, Orville team is well!
It is equipped with special tune o matic
The controls: Treble, bass, and two volumes ... as dab.
The neck is thin, nitrocellulose lacquer (still on By Gibson) and bone nut give a quick game if needed .. with over the LONG post, rserv Gibson Custom Shop in ... sustain poustouflant is, really!

In conclusion: I was shown a trsclbre Franais luthier who knows it better than me, he does this guitar charm Made in Japan, which is more manufactures.
The report price is gnial quality guitar in perfect condition will sell between 1200 and 1400 it also depends mics up grade ... and hill climbs of 10% per year.

UTILIZATION

The neck is super comfortable, and a draft of 10/52 trssouple rest.
CASC to acute .. is not a Les Paul guitar for 24 cases of P. Rondat.
The weight is between 4kgs and 4200grs is dense but the sound goes with it.
Sound, it depends on the paws gratteu from the amp, the microphone or microphones of the sound engineer for cords, the directory; etc. ... but if you do not have two left hands, anything is possible! versatile instrument is great ..

SOUNDS

Blues, Jazz, Funky, hard and with Di Marzio ... I test it's all good.
amp handmade lamp.
plain, or crunch .. and specific on it remains powerful. As a group it takes its place and I know some pros who have swapped their cons G. .. eh! Yes! Môssieur!

OVERALL OPINION

10 years
His varnish vintage patina over time ... yum yum!
I had over 60 different guitars, Blade, Fender, Gibson, Burny, navigator, Esp, etc. ..
Report qulit price? ben has no more! pay a 1800 Gib .. New with ... ors barsbeuk yuck You really have a passion to show off! and the swagger to be expensive ...
I only play about Orville and Orville By Gibson .. by varying the pickups ... and the tulips: Mechanical, Tien as well as their younger sisters Groover oil bath, for once uses it against the exchange, it does not show and voila ... it holds well and the agreement is very good truss road pens.

Finally, when we know the quality of Katana Japs, and clearly it is the same care violin, the instrument is magnificent, no ads, no icons, but the REAL blues fans slow to the Peter Green ( Gibson 59 in phase opposition) can afford it stick two phases Oppo Jason Lollar Bare knuckle or a Vox or Orange: You have the HIS Français of "70s" .. well "coincoin," said the Peter Green or Freddie King .. Scout's Honor! .. I succeded why not you?
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