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  • Janne NilssonJanne Nilsson

    Världens bästa gitarr utan tvekan.

    Aria Pro II Urchin U100Published on 01/12/22 at 10:27
    Den absolut bästa gitarr som finns enligt mig då jämför jag med Gibson les Paul Stratocaster mm löjligt bra och löjligt pris slår alla i prisklassen 40-50 000 den bästa gitarren jag någonsin spelat på. Så får ni chansen att köpa en tveka inte du kommer att älska den sen behöver du ingen mer gitarr./ Janne
  • dref88dref88

    My Precious! ...

    Aria Pro II Urchin U100Published on 06/27/14 at 15:07
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Japanese manufacturing
    Fixed bridge
    Channel crossing
    24 cases
    two humbuckers
    Volume and 2 tone controls (a knob micro) 2 splits micro (single / double) a phase inverter, a micro selector 3 positions
    active part 1 amp on / off switch + volume, a second amp on / off switch + varitone gain and 6 positions with on / off switch
    Exceptional violin
    she is 30 years old and nothing has moved a hair

    UTILIZATION

    Maple neck and ebony fingerboard topped with a brass nut. Medium, neither too big nor too thin size, through no heel, access to the 24th box unimpeded: happiness
    Ergonomic? well yeah you surprise me!

    Walnut and ash body, its shape is thought to play sitting, sta…
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    Japanese manufacturing
    Fixed bridge
    Channel crossing
    24 cases
    two humbuckers
    Volume and 2 tone controls (a knob micro) 2 splits micro (single / double) a phase inverter, a micro selector 3 positions
    active part 1 amp on / off switch + volume, a second amp on / off switch + varitone gain and 6 positions with on / off switch
    Exceptional violin
    she is 30 years old and nothing has moved a hair

    UTILIZATION

    Maple neck and ebony fingerboard topped with a brass nut. Medium, neither too big nor too thin size, through no heel, access to the 24th box unimpeded: happiness
    Ergonomic? well yeah you surprise me!

    Walnut and ash body, its shape is thought to play sitting, standing, lying ...
    the only downside is that it is a bit heavy (at the same time, you've seen what it? ...) but no more than some Les Paul and tends to nosedive if we let fasteners belt home position

    Gets it sound easy? I read an article about time that lived more than fifty combinations - then certainly it is extremely dense, there are combinations that I use only rarely because very typical, and must give time to understand the logic of the instrument, but yes, it is rather intuitive to long
    A perfect knowledge of the instrument is essential for live sound as expected

    SOUNDS

    Then you must doubt after reading my previous lines we do whatever we want, and yeah, it is an instrument with a real personality, a grain of its own course, but his right, accurate I can do everything from pop,, rock blues, funk metal, ska, reggae ...
    I play on a Marshall VS100R and the only effect I use with it is a Wha Dunlup 535Q and a little reverb
    I love all the sounds of that instrument, it all depends on my mood, I do not know most comprehensive

    OVERALL OPINION

    Purchased in early 2012, and this guitar is not ready to find another owner, this is the one I would keep if I had to keep only
    I played on a lot of models (Ibanez, Fender Tele / Strat, SG, Les Paul, 4 string, 5-string, 6-string, 7-string, 12-string, etc ...) since 1996, I had tried in the early 2000s without much conviction (yeah, I was really into the pop / rock, it was aesthetically too metal, and then over time, we say that aesthetics is not the instrument, then some violence it does not hurt to esgourdes ...)
    I vaguely recalled the versatility of this instrument, that is exactly what I was looking for forever, which was not my pleasant surprise (re?) Discover an almost infinite range of possibilities, I do not regret that his tendency to nosedive and can not bring myself to drill a hole elsewhere to re-balance the attachment system. It is "full" origin and remain (it's stupid, but it's like that) and then if I do not loose the handle, it does not bother me at all

    Money is taboo in France, I will not talk about his purchase price, but know that I got a very good price (all my savings at the time, but it was much cheaper than this I see happening today and in poorer condition)

    I think the market value of my instrument between 2000 and 2500 € due to its impeccable preservation, its rarity, the presence of its original flycase, its sleek and maintenance characteristics (find a new guitar would do the same quality violin and electronics would do active / passive switch and feel the pain at the cash ...)
    If I would do this choice? ...
    I'll let you guess :)
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