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  • Anonymous

    Kelstone KelstonePublished on 12/30/07 at 22:52
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Manufacturing is Japanese (so good), sleeve reverse with inlaid teeth of sharks, 24 frets, 2 humbuckers Duncan Design, a real Floyd Rose licensed, one volume, one Tone slecteur a micro 3 positions.

    The handle has nothing to do with that of a Music Man, we instead put his fingers. It is a little wider than a Ibanez Universe, but really very comfortable because of its small radius. Desti- nations most recently frets easily accessible, all is very well balanced.

    Mdium a warm overall sonnorit: grain Jackson, uncompromising ... Idale for Mtal! Crate Blue Voodoo plugs into and Mesa Boogie Rectifier: adcoiffe serious, Marty Friedman and his band Megadeth are in your room. The sound of......
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    Manufacturing is Japanese (so good), sleeve reverse with inlaid teeth of sharks, 24 frets, 2 humbuckers Duncan Design, a real Floyd Rose licensed, one volume, one Tone slecteur a micro 3 positions.

    The handle has nothing to do with that of a Music Man, we instead put his fingers. It is a little wider than a Ibanez Universe, but really very comfortable because of its small radius. Desti- nations most recently frets easily accessible, all is very well balanced.

    Mdium a warm overall sonnorit: grain Jackson, uncompromising ... Idale for Mtal! Crate Blue Voodoo plugs into and Mesa Boogie Rectifier: adcoiffe serious, Marty Friedman and his band Megadeth are in your room. The sound of this guitar is a veritable killing! The center position (2 splitts mics together) is a perfect balance of precision and roundness for leads.

    I use it for 7 years and I have never regretted my purchase (about 1400 euros the era). Even if the addition was pice, really worth it as quality issue has nothing to do with Jackson today: in this price range, they are more factories in Japan, but in China or Core!
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