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  • jukapjukap

    Johnson Guitars MandolinPublished on 02/08/07 at 07:17
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Asian manufacturing a priori (given the price, we do not even pose the question of all fawns). 20/21 frets, piezo volume and tone Intgr rglage.

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    No points of comparison with other mandolins, I bought it for fun to play without knowing (I'm plutt bassist and guitarist): all I can say on the handle is that Singray move from a mandolin, it's hard!

    The sound is not bad, and even plutt enjoyable (pleasant surprise as well as elsewhere on the microphone away from Intgr gadget!), If the silent tuning, say, as simply as possible: the given 5 minutes we pass, we play 2 minutes, then return the tuning and so on. This instrument is simply unplayable.

    SOUNDS

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    Asian manufacturing a priori (given the price, we do not even pose the question of all fawns). 20/21 frets, piezo volume and tone Intgr rglage.

    UTILIZATION

    No points of comparison with other mandolins, I bought it for fun to play without knowing (I'm plutt bassist and guitarist): all I can say on the handle is that Singray move from a mandolin, it's hard!

    The sound is not bad, and even plutt enjoyable (pleasant surprise as well as elsewhere on the microphone away from Intgr gadget!), If the silent tuning, say, as simply as possible: the given 5 minutes we pass, we play 2 minutes, then return the tuning and so on. This instrument is simply unplayable.

    SOUNDS

    /

    OVERALL OPINION

    I achte few months ago, and DEFINITIONS tuning is impossible: indeed, it's really really cheap, but hey, if we redo the entire mcanique ... Overall, the instrument would seem quite plutt in itself, but the one we are left with disabling sound what should / could be shot. Too bad, REALLY bad.
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