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    Burns Guitars Hank Marvin SignaturePublished on 09/08/06 at 03:39
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in England is one of rplique modlles RALIS to Hank Marvin to 1964 by Jim Burns, an original body of a beautiful silver snake measure is provided with a certificate of Hank , and all accessories nescessaires.
    Possde I also buy from original Victor Flora in 1969
    3 is a solid body micro-matic rezo brand alnico, trs powerful and low noise, vibrato "Rezo-tube" which dates today, but contributes to the sound, the strings passing through these tubes and body.
    The handle ends with a scroll head (head inspires violins or contrbasses) the best effect, the modern mcaniques are much better than the spertzel modlles Jim Burns
    Three buttons (two in my new routing an active volume Tone active…
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    Made in England is one of rplique modlles RALIS to Hank Marvin to 1964 by Jim Burns, an original body of a beautiful silver snake measure is provided with a certificate of Hank , and all accessories nescessaires.
    Possde I also buy from original Victor Flora in 1969
    3 is a solid body micro-matic rezo brand alnico, trs powerful and low noise, vibrato "Rezo-tube" which dates today, but contributes to the sound, the strings passing through these tubes and body.
    The handle ends with a scroll head (head inspires violins or contrbasses) the best effect, the modern mcaniques are much better than the spertzel modlles Jim Burns
    Three buttons (two in my new routing an active volume Tone active)
    Instrument a bit heavy but ais play.
    The collection's outdoor appearance shows that they corespondence finish custom-shop for sries limits.
    I changed the routing of microphones to amplify the possibilities, three switches are in phase, out of phase. (The 5-way switch is unplug)



    UTILIZATION

    The handle is enjoyable trs
    Access in acute is easy
    trs good ergonomics is that the animal is a bit heavy
    Originally the sound is good with lots of sustain.
    With the changes in routing is a marvel of variation on quality and sound

    SOUNDS

    It is suitable for all styles of instrumental surf music in SHADOWS, but particulirement to the "British" sixties.
    With twin 69 reverb, you can ring Blues (Guy B) rhythm and blues (Steve Crop) see rock and roll (Clif richard)
    With 4 EL34 head lamps, and 4 times 12, British Blues Hard Cream or Free

    As bassist and sound engineer, I do not rely on type styles steve vai

    OVERALL OPINION

    The original since 1970, the last 6 months rplique
    This is a guitar minority, or to favorite passion.
    If you like it is perfect and trs good value and quality in England (900 Euros with the delivery and tui).
    I tried many guitars and cost since the sixties, his style is unique
    I bought other modern london BURNS since particulirement a MARQUEE greenburst spcial says it all ...
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