Then the miss is designed in Korea, rosewood handle 22 freight mounted with a Floyd Rose, micro Dean handle and a Dimebucker in the bridge 3 position selector a volume knob for each mic and 1 tone.
For me I replaced by the Dean with a Dimarzio D-Activator to récupré for heaviness on the matter because the Dimebucker is surgical but (too) sharp and therefore I need a mic that against better balance .
Warning: this is bulky skyscraper! (Size of a bass)
the handle is super nice when you have big hands because it is wide enough without being too thick.
the only "negative" point, but for me that is positive towards forms razorback is that if one puts his guitar like any other, one corner goes live in the diaphragm and blow for play sitting must put "classic" position that allows the position of the near-perfect wrist.
Access to acute is very good, no genes in the last boxes.
Sound side, make no mistake: it's HEAVY! The presence and life of passive pickups are one of the highlights of this guitar. It allows for all the grain a large distortion (I'm a Rectifier) while having the desired accuracy (no saturated fat and slobbery a couple of classic Emg 81 85 89 60 etc ...)
I can play jazz, rock, metal (off course) via pop. You can get a very clear sound with Seymour and (in my configue) a very round and warm sound on the Dimarzio.
I therefore for 5 years and although having more prestigious than it guitars, I play almost with the latter.
- An aesthetic that hurts
- Its very nice gameplay
- Its original pickup
- The neck pickup of an unusual origin
- The plastic plate
Here! says it all. If I had the choice again .... I take the Explosion with