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deneb1515 deneb1515
Publié le 04/30/09 à 08:17
Very nice guitar collection bought used in 2006 EUR 1100
4 knobs (volume and tonality)
Split 3
A selector 3 positions you can imagine the # of sonic possibilities
2micro double kamel chenaouy
The markings on the neck are stairs
The original brass nut

UTILIZATION

Guitar atypical because of its shape, its color (mine is red mat does not pass unnoticed, the grip is execllent, the neck is fast and comfortable

SOUNDS

Used with tube amp the sound is amazing
very clean clear sound
disto his impressive very powerful microphone perfect for the hard
ls harmonics are exceptional
taking into account the 4 buttons 3splits tona and selec volume and 3 positions
we can easily play in any style. I still can not believe

OVERALL OPINION

Purchased 2006 1100 EUR opportunity for a red model of 1983
3 years of use later nothing was wrong except that it is an exceptional guitar
the hardest part is finding one of occas aujourdh'ui prices we tend to fly
so if you ave means functions
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