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Airline '59 2P
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Other Shape Guitar from Airline belonging to the '59 series.

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  • Rock n roll

    Airline '59 2PPublished on 12/03/12 at 09:00
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Korea manufacturing, micro alnico USA, 10 with two micro hot tone volume and a master volume, no vibrato. Tred well finished, light enough since it is chambered, hollow. Good balance

    UTILIZATION

    Handle end and fast key ebony pleasant and dynamic access to acute simple, taking simple hand set apart the potentiometer which gene a little early, simple helping hand to make.

    SOUNDS

    ROOOOOOOOOCK n roll a wish! Microphone with a big release, dynamqiue and powerful, distinctive seventies rock jack white has the white stripes, crunch and overdrive beautiful, clean slamming slightly "dirty" metalheads go your way. Decanted to the rock that makes him serious, THE sound not too expensive and......
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    Korea manufacturing, micro alnico USA, 10 with two micro hot tone volume and a master volume, no vibrato. Tred well finished, light enough since it is chambered, hollow. Good balance

    UTILIZATION

    Handle end and fast key ebony pleasant and dynamic access to acute simple, taking simple hand set apart the potentiometer which gene a little early, simple helping hand to make.

    SOUNDS

    ROOOOOOOOOCK n roll a wish! Microphone with a big release, dynamqiue and powerful, distinctive seventies rock jack white has the white stripes, crunch and overdrive beautiful, clean slamming slightly "dirty" metalheads go your way. Decanted to the rock that makes him serious, THE sound not too expensive and THE look!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for one and a half years, it sends serious concert band and the look that kills, not grooving mechanical interlocking changed since the original was feeble but now it is a great guitar for the rock. Not very versatile but I bought it knowingly. The price is very good for a violin spotless, evident jouablité LE and vintage rock sound. THE look is the icing on the cake, this is a unique and eye tape (especially in white!)
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  • Airline '59 2PPublished on 03/03/09 at 14:46
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - Reissue of the original DLX by EASTWOOD Guitars in Canada, manufacturing Coréeenne.

    UTILIZATION

    - Super Channel, is closer to the neck of the Gibson SG with binding and marking, Sunburst.

    - Access to acute correct

    - The weight is fantastic, lighter than acoustic guitar.

    - Its vintage style Beach Boys with great sustain.

    SOUNDS

    - I use a 80 watt Marshall Valvestate combo with 12AX7 tube preamp and I get easily sound good fats by adding a tube screamer, type Jack White.

    - In the clean is very convincing that good slap in the treble and it sounds heavy in the bass

    - For me the top: crunchy sound on both pickups.

    OVERALL OPINION

    - I bought it used in a warehouse......
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    - Reissue of the original DLX by EASTWOOD Guitars in Canada, manufacturing Coréeenne.

    UTILIZATION

    - Super Channel, is closer to the neck of the Gibson SG with binding and marking, Sunburst.

    - Access to acute correct

    - The weight is fantastic, lighter than acoustic guitar.

    - Its vintage style Beach Boys with great sustain.

    SOUNDS

    - I use a 80 watt Marshall Valvestate combo with 12AX7 tube preamp and I get easily sound good fats by adding a tube screamer, type Jack White.

    - In the clean is very convincing that good slap in the treble and it sounds heavy in the bass

    - For me the top: crunchy sound on both pickups.

    OVERALL OPINION

    - I bought it used in a warehouse sale for 299 euros, I saw it on the site of EASTWOOD Guitars to 1299 dollars and I did not find in any store by our house, so a good deal for the price.
    I love its tangy color tones to the former, provided the flight case and the strap to the WHITE STRIPES red and white.
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  • Back to back

    Airline '59 2PPublished on 04/18/11 at 05:20
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    I bought this guitar new about 3 years ago. I think she has a great look, especially in red or white (it does not go unnoticed). It is very light and enjoyable to play.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very nice and it is beautifully balanced in weight. Access to acute is easy.
    With regard to the sound, it is very typical blues rock! It was at once a retro sound when you start playing with it. It fits very well for rock sounds, even punk, but it is not made for metal. For a good overview of his sound, listen to Jack White live.

    SOUNDS

    Are they suitable for your style of music?
    She agreed completely with the style of music I was looking for, namely blue rock. In its clear it can have......
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    I bought this guitar new about 3 years ago. I think she has a great look, especially in red or white (it does not go unnoticed). It is very light and enjoyable to play.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very nice and it is beautifully balanced in weight. Access to acute is easy.
    With regard to the sound, it is very typical blues rock! It was at once a retro sound when you start playing with it. It fits very well for rock sounds, even punk, but it is not made for metal. For a good overview of his sound, listen to Jack White live.

    SOUNDS

    Are they suitable for your style of music?
    She agreed completely with the style of music I was looking for, namely blue rock. In its clear it can have a warm and soft. Regarding the popping sound it sound rather bold. It is a very distinctive guitar.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for almost 3 years now and frankly I'm not disappointed. I did not want a guitar that everyone had and that is the case with this one. Of course it does not fit all sounds but that is its charm. And what design too!
    Basically, I recommend this guitar what the Eastwood Airline Guitars Custom '59 2P
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