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Publié le 10/25/06 à 00:44
Cheap Asian manufacturing ... ds and feels the first contact.
19 frets
1 volume, 1 Tone

UTILIZATION

If the instrument is enjoyable to take the first shot got mdiator leaves a bitter in the mouth: a cross between espce sound of a pan and a roasting hen. However, there is finally something acceptable by adding a strap that will maintain the height or the only instrument you can make it sound.
Access in acute ais is not but it is not so much what you ask a mandolin. So ... No opinion.

By Definition: an instrument pretty, but really cheep.

SOUNDS

This mandolin is more than enough that I use is: give a piece of terrain, DLIR Italian ... But the sound is pretty bad.

OVERALL OPINION

If the instrument is not unusual, it is criticism of Modra ngative: the price (119 euros in Germany), impossible to beat, especially electro-acoustic.

So I have no regrets, the day on I would need an instrument of quality I'll put the price, or I make one, which incidentally is not that complicated.
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