(Originally written by virusugly/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
- Bolt-on rosewood neck
- 22 medium frets
- Basswood body
- 2 high-output humbuckers
- 3-way toggle switch and 3 controls: 1 for volume and 2 for tone
- Black finish
- LP Allblack body shaping
The neck is comfortable
but it's a bit too round for playing chords.
Easy access to upper frets up to the 20th fret.
I find the body a bit too thick compared to an Ibanez Art 120 WH.
It's no Ibanez, nevertheless it's the best Storm there is.
The sound is good.
The guitar stays in tune except for the low B which I'm tuning all the day long. IT'S BORING.
It has a huge and warm sound
The clean sound is very clear
and extremely deep.
I bought it
because I was looking for a guitar with a powerful, fat, warm sound.
The bolt-on neck gives a punchy sound
but it doesn't stay in tune if you tune it to B or even D.
It's a guitar for beginners. For good recordings, you'll have to
upgrade the pickups and replace the machine heads with self-locking ones.