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Remember My first guitar

Aria Pro II Urchin U60TPublished on 09/13/10 at 17:37
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Manufacturing Japan
Alder body
Bolt, rosewood fingerboard, 22 frets
2 Humbucker Pickups Protomatic-V
1 volume, 2 tone, 1 switch with 3 positions
Look out world!

UTILIZATION

nice round, balanced and proper weight, easy access to acute, but limited due to its correct configuration (2 humbuckers, a 3 position switch)
Small peculiarity seen his form, The U60T may arise standing on the ground, his head against a wall!

SOUNDS

This guitar was very well suited to the style practiced at the time I did not play as hard and heavy metal.
It was the pair with an amp Peavy "Bandit" at first, then later with a Marshall 2 body (head JMP 2203) and a series of effects pedals (Boss, Ibanez,...…
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Manufacturing Japan
Alder body
Bolt, rosewood fingerboard, 22 frets
2 Humbucker Pickups Protomatic-V
1 volume, 2 tone, 1 switch with 3 positions
Look out world!

UTILIZATION

nice round, balanced and proper weight, easy access to acute, but limited due to its correct configuration (2 humbuckers, a 3 position switch)
Small peculiarity seen his form, The U60T may arise standing on the ground, his head against a wall!

SOUNDS

This guitar was very well suited to the style practiced at the time I did not play as hard and heavy metal.
It was the pair with an amp Peavy "Bandit" at first, then later with a Marshall 2 body (head JMP 2203) and a series of effects pedals (Boss, Ibanez, ...)

OVERALL OPINION

I made my debut with U60T that was my first "real" guitar and I used it for several years ... (This was long ago)
It is the light in the window that I literally fell for its looks and its original form!
value for money at that time (2000 francs) was correct.
Its biggest problem remains the vibrato (but hey, in this price range ...)

I no longer own this guitar now (sniff) because I had to separate myself from one day to acquire Electro Acoustic!
Sure if I fall over one day, there are risks!
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  • Manufacturer: Aria Pro II
  • Model: Urchin U60T
  • Category: Other Shape Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 01/04/2010

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Other names: urchinu60t, urchin u 60t, urchin u60 t, urchinu60 t

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