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Vigier G.V. Wood

LP-Shaped Guitar from Vigier belonging to the G.V. series.

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Vigier G.V. WoodPublished on 12/14/10 at 04:57
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
guitar made in France (for violin)
bolt-on neck  phenowood fretboard (feel close to a polished ebony)
Amber pickups and split (5-way switching) equipped upscale
for all the specifics take a look at the site of the brand they do it very well!
Hard case included

UTILIZATION

the neck is a highway, a very nice low action, set very low and with exceptional sustain
the body is shaped like a LP, weighing quite good I test the proper concert Friday we will see what he pressed after 5 hours standing! but I trust
access to the high frets without any problem
this is a high-end guitar and it shows (not only by the price;))

SOUNDS

in what I play c top.
very versatile versatile guitar,......
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guitar made in France (for violin)
bolt-on neck  phenowood fretboard (feel close to a polished ebony)
Amber pickups and split (5-way switching) equipped upscale
for all the specifics take a look at the site of the brand they do it very well!
Hard case included

UTILIZATION

the neck is a highway, a very nice low action, set very low and with exceptional sustain
the body is shaped like a LP, weighing quite good I test the proper concert Friday we will see what he pressed after 5 hours standing! but I trust
access to the high frets without any problem
this is a high-end guitar and it shows (not only by the price;))

SOUNDS

in what I play c top.
very versatile versatile guitar, I play rock, blues, funk, jazz (well not necessarily at the same time eh!) it goes everywhere I play on KOCH TwinTone 2
I can have a distal higain thoroughly and just play on the volume knob to be clear in its frequencies without eating ... c comfort
it's almost a shame to see the demos on the guitars shred (I love godin c) but only a small facet of its ability it gives off more soul than that ....
the last thing c sustain sick! never seen anything like it buries its American rivals bonded to handle without any difficulty then you can still see the high end
it is a diabolical precision so we cheat it requires much less rigorous

but try the simplest

OVERALL OPINION

c How long are you using it?: not very long c true, but I passed the age of take fire on a shovel is to test it Live
Did you try many other models before getting this one? Yes I had gone to pay me a LP Custom but very disappointed with the equipment delivery schedule (mechanical knobs etc ...) and its proper bin c ' it was not
I have beautiful qq shovels and other luthiers
value? Ben is not a good surprise the good stuff and more expensive c c French and standard equipment are high-end
our great French luthiers that c is a good job takes a bit of standards that's good!

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  • Manufacturer: Vigier
  • Model: G.V. Wood
  • Series: G.V.
  • Category: LP-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 04/26/2013

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Other names: gvwood

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