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LP-Shaped Guitar from SR Guitars belonging to the SRLP series.

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  • THORSTEN SVAT ULVTHORSTEN SVAT ULV

    SR Guitars SRLP OriginPublished on 11/21/14 at 07:19
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    Everything has been said, made in KOREA, specifications French loads.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is a treat to ease, not wide, perfect! The weight is reasonable for an LP.
    Have acute cares!
    The sound is fabulous the original pickups are amazing! I sold my Gibson SG, I put a micro Angus Young Signature, because I found the 498T a draft and signed with the same hair, jprenais not my foot, there was not that thing that makes you say wow, it is the sound GIBSON
    Not believe it but the pickups are better SR Me! a better definition than the saturated GIBSON, it's just crazy! riffs of AC / DC never sounded so good that ert with the same matos.Jsuis plugged into a Blackstar HT Dual peda…
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    Everything has been said, made in KOREA, specifications French loads.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is a treat to ease, not wide, perfect! The weight is reasonable for an LP.
    Have acute cares!
    The sound is fabulous the original pickups are amazing! I sold my Gibson SG, I put a micro Angus Young Signature, because I found the 498T a draft and signed with the same hair, jprenais not my foot, there was not that thing that makes you say wow, it is the sound GIBSON
    Not believe it but the pickups are better SR Me! a better definition than the saturated GIBSON, it's just crazy! riffs of AC / DC never sounded so good that ert with the same matos.Jsuis plugged into a Blackstar HT Dual pedal on the clean channel of my Laboga with a lil equalizer is happiness, it is GIBSON in my room, but without the exorbitant price, or the logo on the guitar.
    I was looking for a MIJ LP, Orville, burny etc ... I've never ssay, so I would not talk, but the price is more expensive than secondhand SRLP, and knowing the quality because this is my second SRLP I had a LUXE SRLP I bought for rencendue GIBSON and I quickly say GIBSON regrété.J'entendais all this is that, blah blah ..., I wanted to see myself and I confirm my SG did not sound, it may be mine that was not great either, but the finish was dodgy, the nitro lacquer stood at the base of the bridge, they carr in GIBSON varnish also on the nut result, a voltage by changing the strings has cracked varnish, not top!
    FINISH IS ON SRLP NIKEL! RAS, great set, low action without friezes.

    SOUNDS

    For the hard, Led Zep, see trash, mettalica, ok.
    Sound, that of happiness, after all depends on the gear utilisé.Moi I plugged into a HT DUAL (bright lamp!) The best overdrive I had! and it is the sound bonheur.Le pécision is of great, great definition of micro SRHM original, why slammed 100 euro in a micro brand for nothing, if paid brand, the SRHM are alnico 5 I signal big win, big potato! gaffe settings (EQ pedal and gain otherwise it's yucky!)
    My amp is a 30 watt Laboga the beast, an amp built for metal, but I do not like the crunch of origin, the HT DUAL top and roll my chicken, then it kind marshall crunch!
    We can split the pickups, it can be a plus, but hey, it's not my thing yet! Jvoudrais a day or its micro simplej'irais see stratovolcano! SRHM in the handle is doing just fine, it does what is expected and played good sound quality of this guitar, a round, but not too jazzy flute.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Jviens just unwrapped this matin.En the 3 years I had an Epiphone SG, an Epiphone LP Custom, a Gibson SG, and a SRLP LUXE LTD AX 400 and the latter, I like ssay! .What jpréfère incredible value for money! an exemplary finish, great sound!
    With my LTD SR are those procured me the most sensation.

    PS: Sorry jsuis talkative and jfais many mistakes.
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  • summy59summy59

    The error would not buy it!

    SR Guitars SRLP OriginPublished on 04/25/14 at 09:43
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    Made in Korea, but French brand!
    This all important when you see the reactivity of the trademark owner.
    A question? immediately responded on Facebook or on the website.

    I add that all parts and finishes exudes quality on the standard model

    (For the rest I let you see other reviews)

    UTILIZATION

    So to use I'll make it short, it's just perfect.
    Although this is not an open OS, but we know what we buy taking a Les Paul.

    For weight is also in standard, well balanced, playing standing or seated no particular problem.

    SOUNDS

    The sound is perfectly suited to the desired style. I wanted a guitar for blues rock, hard rock (Led Zeppelin to spend the Bonamassa and S…
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    Made in Korea, but French brand!
    This all important when you see the reactivity of the trademark owner.
    A question? immediately responded on Facebook or on the website.

    I add that all parts and finishes exudes quality on the standard model

    (For the rest I let you see other reviews)

    UTILIZATION

    So to use I'll make it short, it's just perfect.
    Although this is not an open OS, but we know what we buy taking a Les Paul.

    For weight is also in standard, well balanced, playing standing or seated no particular problem.

    SOUNDS

    The sound is perfectly suited to the desired style. I wanted a guitar for blues rock, hard rock (Led Zeppelin to spend the Bonamassa and Slash).

    I chose to ask microphones Luxe series, which allow me to approach the desired sound. The original pickups have seemed just as good when I tried (or heard in concert) but I may have not be back to try them.

    Microphones being splitable original palette of his rather impressive is obtained. Of course single microphone is not a sound strat, but it really brings an interesting sound. (With a split central position and the other micro double yum).

    I tested this guitar in the first place on a lot of amp in the store, where the guitar seemed good, but this is by buying and playing at home that I really took my foot. We really do not think have a similar sound with a guitar of this price it's amazing!

    After I heard several times in concert (with the luxury microphones and origin) as saying it sends heavy, both in its visual. (But the finish is not the same)

    OVERALL OPINION

    Almost a year that I have, I wished to wait before putting my opinion, and still no regrets, it is just BRILLIANT.

    Before making the purchase I did a lot of testing, but it was already over a year that my choice was made.

    I add that the brand offers directly on the site to create the guitar he pleases (micro, mechanical, nut, wiring ...) and that the proposed service is very professional.

    Finally I quote a friend who was right in saying "Is not messing around, this may not be the gibson, but for less than 500 € you put a ** guitar that comes close terribly"

    Quality / Price: 10/10 again (even if we can have during promo on the site)
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  • 20502050

    Very good Les Paul

    SR Guitars SRLP OriginPublished on 02/16/13 at 10:46
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    Les Paul type guitar the previous opinion can not be more specific :)

    It respects the spirit of the model, mahogany, round handle fairly thick, heavy weight, config, HH
    Micro splittable! a real plus!

    You can choose your options like style wiring (I used vintage splittable), microwave, and everything that is not wood :)
    I took micro SR Vintage Luxe models

    UTILIZATION

    So good it's hard to praise a used guitar is a Les Paul, this is not a guitar to shred, and access to acute is not the easiest (my thumb from the other side of the handle ..: p)
    Plans for tapping the selector discomfort

    The mechanics are very accurate!
    The action is a little high against

    I played t…
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    Les Paul type guitar the previous opinion can not be more specific :)

    It respects the spirit of the model, mahogany, round handle fairly thick, heavy weight, config, HH
    Micro splittable! a real plus!

    You can choose your options like style wiring (I used vintage splittable), microwave, and everything that is not wood :)
    I took micro SR Vintage Luxe models

    UTILIZATION

    So good it's hard to praise a used guitar is a Les Paul, this is not a guitar to shred, and access to acute is not the easiest (my thumb from the other side of the handle ..: p)
    Plans for tapping the selector discomfort

    The mechanics are very accurate!
    The action is a little high against

    I played that on a Lag Roxanne before I felt the difference, but it is a matter of habit after!

    The volume and tone knob are very progressive!

    I agree she! This is a REAL Les Paul! with the disadvantage of the latter

    SOUNDS

    So there is a huge surprise!
    Rich in harmonic super easy to highlight the way! Sustain pretty amazing!
    The micro Acute done quickly crunch the clear sound of my amp Hughes & Kettner, and microphone was very serious round even be too (but after changing my strings for DR strings, it goes much better, and his c ' transform what is ... as it plays the strings!)
    The split is a real plus! There is a really versatile guitar in the hands! However, this results in a lower medium and therefore output level .. damage :/
    Middle position, you should lower the volume a bit of neck pickup, otherwise it takes over the bridge pickup, we hear more.
    For metal it may be a little too rich medium, ... but I play everything and anything goes ;)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I am very pleased with this guitar! I've played on Gibson Les Paul in it have nothing to envy!
    SR brand begins, so that the prices are good walk in the direction that is greater than the quality brands that are in the same price range (it can not rest on these laurels ..)
    She is Innovative! (Split the microphone configuration at the site of his guitar! Etc ...)
    For cons, I was the victim of a wrong model, with a crack in the paint (yes it is possible: p) and a faulty pickup selector, which does not activate properly micro serious fat loss results volume!

    however, other quality secondary but one that makes the difference .. the end up is just great! and the configurator they get really personal guitar!

    So it is not a true global opinion, but I will note for the brand, which is just starting and is very well malgrès the glitch!
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  • cedric_91cedric_91

    Recommend

    SR Guitars SRLP OriginPublished on 02/08/12 at 08:02
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    Les Paul type guitar made in South Korea, tested in France.
    Features:
    - Body in solid mahogany
    - Table 1.7 cm + mass of a thin sheet AAA flamed maple
    - In neck 3-piece mahogany long tenon
    - Channel type profile end '60
    - Rosewood
    - 22 jumbo frets
    - Nut XL in Black TusQnut
    - Trapezoid Inlays Acrylic
    - Grover locking Rotomatics oil bath
    - Scale 24'' 3/4
    - Single cream binding on the upper body and neck.
    - 2 humbuckers with alnico 5 SRHM modern tones with chrome cover
    - 2 volume and 2 tone with a push-pull controls on
    volume in order to split the humbuckers
    - 3 position pickups selector
    - Bridge stopbar tailpiece Tunomatic TonePros
    - Chrome Fittings
    - Glos…
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    Les Paul type guitar made in South Korea, tested in France.
    Features:
    - Body in solid mahogany
    - Table 1.7 cm + mass of a thin sheet AAA flamed maple
    - In neck 3-piece mahogany long tenon
    - Channel type profile end '60
    - Rosewood
    - 22 jumbo frets
    - Nut XL in Black TusQnut
    - Trapezoid Inlays Acrylic
    - Grover locking Rotomatics oil bath
    - Scale 24'' 3/4
    - Single cream binding on the upper body and neck.
    - 2 humbuckers with alnico 5 SRHM modern tones with chrome cover
    - 2 volume and 2 tone with a push-pull controls on
    volume in order to split the humbuckers
    - 3 position pickups selector
    - Bridge stopbar tailpiece Tunomatic TonePros
    - Chrome Fittings
    - Glossy polyurethane varnish
    - Button Bell-type Ebony amber
    - Pickguard delivered, not installed
    - D'Addario Strings 10-46
    - Weight: about 4.2kg
    - Finishes: Flamed Tobacco Burst

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very nice (quite late), the jumbo frets are well suited to me. The ergonomics and access to acute are those of the original (it is also reputed for its faults!)
    It's easy to find a good sound, the pickups split further expands the range of the instrument (but beware of the loss of volume, to anticipate).

    SOUNDS

    The pickups are very versatile, with its warm clean sound (live in an amp Marshall Valvestate 8080) and in a big potato crunch / distortion (J-Station modeling V8080 + Marshall). The sound is clear with these Alnico V.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I play for 1 month. I bought it on the internet without trying it, knowing that I had the opportunity to return it if it did not suit me.
    I was convinced by the user-reviews, tests (Judge Fredd Audiofanzine +), and samples on youtube.
    What I like: the overall quality of the instrument, particularly the mechanical and the bridge, the ease of getting started (I feel I have always played above), the quality of the original pickups ( not need to change).
    One small problem: defects deburring plastic parts (contours micro, washer switch, jack plate). "Problem" solved quickly with a nail file ;)
    If it all over again: without hesitation, even!
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  • fruitos1958fruitos1958

    Superb guitar for an incredible price

    SR Guitars SRLP OriginPublished on 02/07/12 at 00:45
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    Made in Korea for a French luthier installed in the north.

    Solid mahogany body
    - Table 1.7 cm mass in maple leaf fine + AAA flamed maple
    - In neck 3-piece mahogany long tenon
    - Channel type profile end '60
    - Rosewood
    - 22 jumbo frets
    - Nut XL in Black TusQnut
    - Trapezoid Inlays Acrylic
    - Grover in oil bath
    - Scale 24'' 3/4
    - Single cream binding on the upper body and neck.
    - 2 humbuckers with alnico 5 SRHM modern tones with chrome cover
    - 2 volume and 2 tone with a push-pull controls on
    volume in order to split the humbuckers
    - 3 position pickups selector
    - Bridge stopbar tailpiece Tunomatic TonePros
    - Chrome Fittings
    - Glossy polyurethane varnish
    - Bu…
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    Made in Korea for a French luthier installed in the north.

    Solid mahogany body
    - Table 1.7 cm mass in maple leaf fine + AAA flamed maple
    - In neck 3-piece mahogany long tenon
    - Channel type profile end '60
    - Rosewood
    - 22 jumbo frets
    - Nut XL in Black TusQnut
    - Trapezoid Inlays Acrylic
    - Grover in oil bath
    - Scale 24'' 3/4
    - Single cream binding on the upper body and neck.
    - 2 humbuckers with alnico 5 SRHM modern tones with chrome cover
    - 2 volume and 2 tone with a push-pull controls on
    volume in order to split the humbuckers
    - 3 position pickups selector
    - Bridge stopbar tailpiece Tunomatic TonePros
    - Chrome Fittings
    - Glossy polyurethane varnish
    - Button Bell-type Ebony amber

    UTILIZATION

    What strikes at first use is the quality and ergonomics of the handle. I was a little worried about my American Vintage Stratocaster or the playability is unmatched, but there I was amazed ... the adaptation time was ... immediately.
    Easy access to acute and sustain is still good even down the neck ... better than the strat ...

    SOUNDS

    There are the typical sounds of Les Paul say ie less crystalline than the Strat, but with a very good sustain ... just what I was looking for.

    More opportunities have increased over splittage each individual micro ...

    When the microphone, nothing to say for now, this is apparently the custom for SR Alnico guitar ... we'll see over time if I upgrade with those used in Gibson ..

    I play a Fender Blues Junior III knew my pedal board ... I have a TS808 tube screamer, an MXR Phase 90, but I have not yet been able to express all the possibilities of this guitar

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had this weekend and I have trouble starting to work and leave all day.

    Rated value for money, I find it more q'étonnant, I wonder what justifies the huge price diffréence with gibson ... we'll see maybe with time ... but at this price point that is Are there risks ...

    We must also say that I enjoyed a fare sale at a dealer in Toulouse (WAI-A Custom Amps) or also the quality of reception and the board were blameless ...
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  • MaW59MaW59

    Always good!

    SR Guitars SRLP OriginPublished on 01/14/12 at 09:50
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    The features are identical in every way that can be found on the website of the brand.
    For me, this is my second SRLP (my first is a SRLP but TransDarkRed Origin).
    So, I via the configurator, is change the pickups to put SRHV (instead of SRHM) for two guitars with different pickups. THE SRHV mics are my brand initially found on the Luxe series models.

    One small difference from my first SR, the mechanics are changed (original): indeed, they are now self-Grover blocks (for the same price ...)

    And one small (but minor) complaint, the lack of strap-lock (required for stage)

    UTILIZATION

    This is the same guitar, I refer you to me below:
    https://fr.audiofanzine.com/guitare-l…
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    The features are identical in every way that can be found on the website of the brand.
    For me, this is my second SRLP (my first is a SRLP but TransDarkRed Origin).
    So, I via the configurator, is change the pickups to put SRHV (instead of SRHM) for two guitars with different pickups. THE SRHV mics are my brand initially found on the Luxe series models.

    One small difference from my first SR, the mechanics are changed (original): indeed, they are now self-Grover blocks (for the same price ...)

    And one small (but minor) complaint, the lack of strap-lock (required for stage)

    UTILIZATION

    This is the same guitar, I refer you to me below:
    https://fr.audiofanzine.com/guitare-lp/sr-guitars/srlp-origin-transdarkred-flamme/avis/r.76144.html

    SOUNDS

    Like I said earlier, I just did change the pickups on this guitar.
    The SRHV are warmer and sound more "vintage" as SRHM (modern) and it shows especially on the clean sounds and crunchy sounds good. and there is a real treat.
    Good at all ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    User of the mark since my first purchase (a year ago), I remain faithful to a second guitar.
    I only use them for my group (thirty dates per year).
    They ring of hell, are very well finished, very nice, reliable in every respect.
    Why look elsewhere?
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  • Peter PagePeter Page

    Beautiful guitar with an incredible price quality ratio

    SR Guitars SRLP OriginPublished on 12/27/11 at 00:17
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    Solid mahogany body
    - Table 1.7 cm mass in thin sheet + Saddle Saddle AAA flame
    - Channel 3 pices al mahogany long tenon
    - Channel type thin profile 60
    - Rosewood
    - 22 jumbo frets
    - Nut XL in Black TusQnut
    - Inlays Trapzoid acrylic
    - Grover Mcaniques bath dhuile
    - Scale 243 / 4
    - Simple binding crme on the upper body and neck.
    - 2 humbuckers with alnico 5 SRHM modern tones with chrome cover
    - 2 volume and 2 tone with a push-pull on the CONTRL
    volume to the splitter humbuckers
    - 3 microphone positions slecteur
    - Bridge stopbar tailpiece Tunomatic TonePros
    - Chrome Fittings
    - Glossy polyurethane varnish
    - Button Bell-type Ebony amber

    - Pickguard book not…
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    Solid mahogany body
    - Table 1.7 cm mass in thin sheet + Saddle Saddle AAA flame
    - Channel 3 pices al mahogany long tenon
    - Channel type thin profile 60
    - Rosewood
    - 22 jumbo frets
    - Nut XL in Black TusQnut
    - Inlays Trapzoid acrylic
    - Grover Mcaniques bath dhuile
    - Scale 243 / 4
    - Simple binding crme on the upper body and neck.
    - 2 humbuckers with alnico 5 SRHM modern tones with chrome cover
    - 2 volume and 2 tone with a push-pull on the CONTRL
    volume to the splitter humbuckers
    - 3 microphone positions slecteur
    - Bridge stopbar tailpiece Tunomatic TonePros
    - Chrome Fittings
    - Glossy polyurethane varnish
    - Button Bell-type Ebony amber

    - Pickguard book not installbr /> - Strings Daddario 10-46

    - Weight: about 4.2kg

    - Finish: Cherry sunburst Flamm

    UTILIZATION

    The violin is really trs treats, easy to play neck profile type 60, Access in no acute problem.

    SOUNDS

    Although I did change the pickups in the music store Guitar Amps because I wanted to sound very typical of the 70 groups, the pickups are original dj INTERESTED trs. The notes had cheeks: super natural sustain from the violin
    The new microphones and mounts Engine Pickups Fiftybucker Sixtybucker rpliques of Paf 50 and 60 are fabulous

    OVERALL OPINION

    This guitar is exceptional for the price. I use it for 2 months and I have more feeling with my Fender Deluxe US Stratocater I paid three times as much. I tried the ESP / LTD, Gibson first mid-range prices and stores music from Lille but finally I bought it on the board of Guitar Amps in Chnord cot of Cambrai. I was looking for a vintage Gibson type LED ZEP, ACDC and Thin Lizzy (first album) and Francis (Guitar Amps), a passion for her, I found the solution: a guitar with two mics SR Origin Engine manufactured Pickups s hand is Sixtybucker Fiftybucker bridge and neck. For a modest price I have a great guitar (the same as our Jimmy Page VNR) with a good violin trs and high-end microphones: I sound that found on instruments or 1500.00 2000.00 Euros. I finally met people who are passionate about the guitar and the sound of the turnover RALIS (FYI I m'tais fix a budget twice as much as I ' I REALLY DPEN. trs Thank you Francis for his good advice and Pablo (expert mounting microphones and cblage Gibsonian)
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  • gunther kgunther k

    Just perfect

    SR Guitars SRLP OriginPublished on 10/28/11 at 10:59
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    - Body in solid mahogany
    - Table 1.7 cm mass in maple leaf fine + AAA flamed maple
    - In neck 3-piece mahogany long tenon
    - Channel 60's thin profile type
    - Rosewood
    - 22 jumbo frets
    - Nut XL in Black TusQnut
    - Trapezoid Inlays Acrylic
    - Grover in oil bath
    - Diapason 24''3 / 4
    - Simple binding cream on your upper body and neck.
    - 2 humbuckers with alnico 5 SRHM modern tones with chrome cover
    - 2 volumes and 2 tones with a push-pull controls on
    volume to the splitter humbuckers
    - 3 position pickups selector
    - Bridge stopbar tailpiece Tunomatic TonePros
    - Chrome Fittings
    - Glossy polyurethane varnish
    - Button-type black speed knob
    - Strings D'Addario 10-46…
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    - Body in solid mahogany
    - Table 1.7 cm mass in maple leaf fine + AAA flamed maple
    - In neck 3-piece mahogany long tenon
    - Channel 60's thin profile type
    - Rosewood
    - 22 jumbo frets
    - Nut XL in Black TusQnut
    - Trapezoid Inlays Acrylic
    - Grover in oil bath
    - Diapason 24''3 / 4
    - Simple binding cream on your upper body and neck.
    - 2 humbuckers with alnico 5 SRHM modern tones with chrome cover
    - 2 volumes and 2 tones with a push-pull controls on
    volume to the splitter humbuckers
    - 3 position pickups selector
    - Bridge stopbar tailpiece Tunomatic TonePros
    - Chrome Fittings
    - Glossy polyurethane varnish
    - Button-type black speed knob
    - Strings D'Addario 10-46

    - Weight: about 4.2 kg

    Thanks to the Web site configuration I changed the knobs volume and tone knob for tophat for a retro mechanical and Grovers for Rotomatic because that's what I use on all my guitars including a Gibson Les Paul .

    UTILIZATION

    I played for years on a Gibson Les Paul and I must say today I wonder Why such a price be put in a Gibson (apart from that I love my Les Paul ...) The handle is very nice to play in the purest spirit of '60 Les Paul. Weight rather "cool" around 4lbs, a table and a massive maple leaf maple AAA, access to acute like a Gibson, at the same time it is not that kind of guitar you want to go box at the 52nd ... As for the sound, one branch and the sound is there! It fiddles with some knobs of the amp and its Ouaaaah! That's it you are guitarist. Finally ...

    SOUNDS

    The sound? Well! Superb! I play Marshall JMP1 + power amp + Marshall 9005 Cab homemade 2 * 12 with Celestion V30. A neck pickup sounds more brilliant light. We work on the crunch knob is as it should to play a good blues or good old rock. The bridge pickup with distortion crunch takes you to the saturation of the fattest. Most is the pickups and split that achieve the sound of a scratching equipped with single coils. MIAMM, MIAMM.
    So obviously, we're not here to play jazz or metal very heavy but I do not think it is the spirit of the brand. It's roots and love.
    (Jazzeux friends, friends, metalheads, I love you too!)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it extensively since my purchase in February. I see no wear or freight or varnish, or anything for that matter. The handle does not move, the accuracy and nickel even original. I played on many brands from BcRich, Jackson, Ibanez to VGS, Fender Gibson, and SR honnêtemment delighted me at every rehearsal, every time I out of the holster. There are only 15 years a guitar of this quality would have cost three times its current price.
    I do it again this choice 10 times with eyes closed. I am also preparing two new orders.
    Thank you sir for your SR required and your affordable prices. The sound at a price of course, but when you just have it for € 449 does not spoil our fun.
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  • tyell59tyell59

    Superb ... at any point of view

    SR Guitars SRLP OriginPublished on 09/08/11 at 00:39
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    all this is detailed in the technique of the instrument so I'm not going to say to repeat!

    The guitar, although Korean manufacturing is French!
    "Designed & verified in France" is written on the back of the head (it would be even better to write it in French!) And that, it's nice. It's the crisis!
    In addition, "cherry" on the cake, with offices in the North, not far from home ...
    I am a chauvinist, I admit. This is a guitar ch'ti! Yeah!

    In addition, the guys at SR are very friendly and available. Via their website or even Facebook, any question is answered in the day.

    The guitar was delivered in two days, super well packed and protected.
    It is well settled, granted, ready to…
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    all this is detailed in the technique of the instrument so I'm not going to say to repeat!

    The guitar, although Korean manufacturing is French!
    "Designed & verified in France" is written on the back of the head (it would be even better to write it in French!) And that, it's nice. It's the crisis!
    In addition, "cherry" on the cake, with offices in the North, not far from home ...
    I am a chauvinist, I admit. This is a guitar ch'ti! Yeah!

    In addition, the guys at SR are very friendly and available. Via their website or even Facebook, any question is answered in the day.

    The guitar was delivered in two days, super well packed and protected.
    It is well settled, granted, ready to play (I still fell the height of the microphones, personal choice).

    flawless.

    UTILIZATION

    The guitar is lively, easy to play, the bends ride alone, agreements enchainent effortlessly. Is it due to the curvature of the neck, the radius?
    In any case, the guitar easier to play from those I have.

    for the rest, weight, etc ... access to acute we are in the typical Les Paul.
    Basically, after the 17th fret, we have a big heel in hand and it becomes hard drive ...

    Now the sound: well it grows, it sends, it whispers, it yells that answers what ... the happiness you want in here. Les Paul are you there? yes, there is no doubt ...
    The split is more microphones, although "audible" in the clear.
    In crunch and saturated say it lightens the way, it's a little airy.
    For a more vintage or roots, not bad, or of changing from rhythm to solo on a single microphone, for example.

    the pots are super responsive and usable.
    My only worry at the moment, lack of mastery, is that when I splits a microphone, I lower the volume. Lack a grip whatever that might be drawn, instead of having to "raise" button underneath.

    SOUNDS

    For those who want a good Les Paul copy, well there it is flawless.
    The guitar is beautiful, flawless (and looked) assembly, painting etc ... short physically perfect!

    For sound, it suits me:
    Led Zep: ok
    Guns? rolling!
    British Blues (E. Clapton / P. Green) ... my god!

    still on tube amp, only the pedal saturation / overdrive changes.

    For clean sounds, it is beautiful ... but I prefer the slamming of my Tele or my Strato!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I only played for 4 jous and it seems to have for years.
    this is the first time I put so little time to make me a new guitar.

    Of course I tried other models in the same price range ... issue but nothing like comfort and finish.
    I even owned a Hohner L59 for 11 years (another copy of LP), that I grew had to sell for almost nothing was worn parcequ'elle (freight and mail) and became unplayable.

    Well, I hope this one will last longer parcequ'elle surpasses in every way! seems that for the quality of wood, it enhanced ... that we'll see ...

    I did a few times (led zep, guns ...) on YouTube: My nickname is tyell59.

    This choice I would do again and again ...
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    SR Guitars SRLP OriginPublished on 04/30/11 at 02:51
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    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I'm just a copy and paste that can be found on the website of the brand:

    "Body of solid mahogany
    - Table massive maple + 1.7 cm thin sheet AAA flamed maple
    - Set-Neck 3-piece mahogany long tenon
    - Channel 60's thin profile type
    - Rosewood
    - 22 jumbo frets
    - Nut TusQnut XL in Black
    - Trapezoid Inlays acrylic
    - Grover oil bath
    - Diapason 24''3 / 4
    - Single cream binding on the upper body and neck.
    - 2 humbuckers with alnico 5 SRHM modern sounds with chrome cover
    - 2 volumes and 2 tones with a push-pull controls on
    volume in order to split the humbuckers
    - Pu selector 3 positions
    - Bridge TonePros tailpiece Tunomatic stopbar
    - Chrome hardware
    - Glossy polyu…
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    I'm just a copy and paste that can be found on the website of the brand:

    "Body of solid mahogany
    - Table massive maple + 1.7 cm thin sheet AAA flamed maple
    - Set-Neck 3-piece mahogany long tenon
    - Channel 60's thin profile type
    - Rosewood
    - 22 jumbo frets
    - Nut TusQnut XL in Black
    - Trapezoid Inlays acrylic
    - Grover oil bath
    - Diapason 24''3 / 4
    - Single cream binding on the upper body and neck.
    - 2 humbuckers with alnico 5 SRHM modern sounds with chrome cover
    - 2 volumes and 2 tones with a push-pull controls on
    volume in order to split the humbuckers
    - Pu selector 3 positions
    - Bridge TonePros tailpiece Tunomatic stopbar
    - Chrome hardware
    - Glossy polyurethane varnish
    - Knob type speed black knob
    - D'Addario Strings 10-46
    - Weight: about 4.2kg "

    This description corresponds in every respect to the guitar ...

    On mine, thanks to the online configurator, I just changed the plastic (for cream) and the buttons ...

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is it nice?
    Ben is a Les Paul neck, personally I started on this kind of guitar (a Gibson LP Studio) so it's kind of handle on which I am instantly at home, home ...
    I have not found any difference with that of my Gibson Studio 92.

    Ergonomics, access to acute?
    Same as above, when you buy a LP, we know what to expect at this level ... and this guitar is really a LP ..

    Get a good sound?
    So this is where this guitar really is terrible is that even with the original mics, the sound is clearly defined and as soon as I plugged my stuff in it again .. I literally taped . it sends really heavy ..

    SOUNDS

    The real little more of this guitar is also splittable pickups (why other more known brand has ever offered this option?)
    From what little we do really went through every possible type of sound (depending on which amp you plug it of course ..)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it since I bought it (December 2010).
    It seems to me that I am the first to have bought one and I admit that given the views of other users, I'm a little proud ...
    She served for all my shows since I (7 gigs).
    It was some time ago I was looking for a copy LP to me as a second guitar (broken strings ..; different tuner) in addition to my Gibson LP Studio and it's finally Gib is in the closet ...
    When I play it, no time I feel like playing a guitar at 450 € ... elsewhere in the public concerts that come to me for information about this brand that are not familiar enough bluffed quality, sound and level of finish ....
    I would do well on this purchase with no problems, I look elsewhere even buying another brand ... LP (or even two .... ah ... this configurator)
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