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Vintage Reissued V100
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LP-Shaped Guitar from Vintage belonging to the Reissued series.

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  • Jimmy67Jimmy67

    Vintage Reissued V100Published on 12/25/08 at 18:20
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Guitar made in Korea
    22 frets, 2 humbuckers Wilkinson
    Tune-o-matic
    Volume 2 selectors, 2 selectors tonlité
    Channel Type 60's, 70's

    UTILIZATION

    Handle very nice, does not catch on because the Icon series there is no varnish, a beautiful highway.
    Access to the treble is quite difficult, bah is a Les Paul but we made it.
    Fairly light weight (3.5 kg) compared to a Gibson (5.6 kg), no back pain after 2 hours of play
    We obtain easily a good sound.

    SOUNDS

    It has suited my style of music. I play mostly blues and rock type 70's (Led Zeppelin), this guitar is perfectly suited to my style, but it is not suitable for metal styles (if you're a big nag, this guitar is …
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    Guitar made in Korea
    22 frets, 2 humbuckers Wilkinson
    Tune-o-matic
    Volume 2 selectors, 2 selectors tonlité
    Channel Type 60's, 70's

    UTILIZATION

    Handle very nice, does not catch on because the Icon series there is no varnish, a beautiful highway.
    Access to the treble is quite difficult, bah is a Les Paul but we made it.
    Fairly light weight (3.5 kg) compared to a Gibson (5.6 kg), no back pain after 2 hours of play
    We obtain easily a good sound.

    SOUNDS

    It has suited my style of music. I play mostly blues and rock type 70's (Led Zeppelin), this guitar is perfectly suited to my style, but it is not suitable for metal styles (if you're a big nag, this guitar is not for you), I think that has a guitar shaped to the good old rock.
    I use it mainly with my amp in my bedroom, A little Harley Benton HB-20G, but also Marshall amp, Fender when I move.
    I play a lot on the clean channel Marshall. On the micro acute, the sound is clear and round, warm enough, the Marshall sound. When you go from middle position, the sound becomes fatter, more drooling. And finally the sound is serious micro hot fat slobbering ideal for blues, with a Marshall amp, it is happiness. My favorite: The crunch sound. The marshall is wonderful, we get the rock sound of the 70s, hot and greasy, everything I love.
    I love the clean and crunch and as they are the ones I use and only them, I do not hate.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 4 months
    I love her look "Vintage" a beautiful Les Paul Honeyburst here, I love the sounds typed 70s. Perfect guitar for rock sound and for those looking for a Les Paul with a great sound for cheap.
    I've tried Gibson Les Paul, Epiphone Les Paul, and I must say that the vintage is very much above the Epiphone.
    The price / quality ratio is excellent.
    I would do without hesitation that choice
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