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  • GreigGreig

    DNG CadettePublished on 10/18/02 at 06:52
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Electric Guitar Luthier manufactured by DNG, Paris.
    neck al 21 boxes
    Badass Bridge Sets
    2 humbuckers and split: Gibson '57 Grave, Acute: Gibson '57 +
    2 volume, 1 Tone.
    3 push-pull: Split Mics + SERIES parallle
    Ondura Cedro body and neck
    Ebony fingerboard
    Mcaniques Grover

    UTILIZATION

    All handles DNG are custom made, this one is low on the handle of a Lag Roxane, with a bit more thickness, which is meiux, contrary to what one might think. Profile rather round.

    Exceptional access to acute (see photo)

    Guitar relatively small and very light (a bit heavier than SG ...)

    Its very equilibrated fairly typical Gibson saw the violin and microphones, the configuration…
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    Electric Guitar Luthier manufactured by DNG, Paris.
    neck al 21 boxes
    Badass Bridge Sets
    2 humbuckers and split: Gibson '57 Grave, Acute: Gibson '57 +
    2 volume, 1 Tone.
    3 push-pull: Split Mics + SERIES parallle
    Ondura Cedro body and neck
    Ebony fingerboard
    Mcaniques Grover

    UTILIZATION

    All handles DNG are custom made, this one is low on the handle of a Lag Roxane, with a bit more thickness, which is meiux, contrary to what one might think. Profile rather round.

    Exceptional access to acute (see photo)

    Guitar relatively small and very light (a bit heavier than SG ...)

    Its very equilibrated fairly typical Gibson saw the violin and microphones, the configuration of the electronic permits DLIR ...

    SOUNDS

    Absolutely, it's tailor!! everything sounds with. Obviously, you do not get a sound strat exctement but you can have a very crystalline picros the splitter.

    I do not dtest.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have 2 years.

    All I

    I esay ue before ordering the production of this cele.

    quality report exceptional price: 11 000 F for a custom guitar, it's not standard ....

    I will start again without probllme, may be with other pickups (P94, Benedetti)
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  • farkfark

    DNG CadettePublished on 02/23/08 at 06:57
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in France by Parisian luthiers (DNG)
    Channel 22 frets, 2 P90 pickups, 3 position (acute, grave, side) + 1 push-pull to bring the two series (humbucking effect)
    Fixed bridge (Badass)
    2 volumes 1 tone
    Honduras mahogany set neck rosewood fingerboard
    Mahogany table cédreau
    Grover Deluxe

    UTILIZATION

    Channel quite nice end
    Easy access to acute
    Good balance, light weight due to the type of wood
    Live in a good amp (Vox AC30 type, Fender Twin or Hot Rod), its very rock (and then the P90, what mics!)

    SOUNDS

    Playing rock guitar is absolutely suitable.
    Amp and preamp mentioned above Mesaboogie (to return home with headphones)
    Sound "crunchy" position whe…
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    Made in France by Parisian luthiers (DNG)
    Channel 22 frets, 2 P90 pickups, 3 position (acute, grave, side) + 1 push-pull to bring the two series (humbucking effect)
    Fixed bridge (Badass)
    2 volumes 1 tone
    Honduras mahogany set neck rosewood fingerboard
    Mahogany table cédreau
    Grover Deluxe

    UTILIZATION

    Channel quite nice end
    Easy access to acute
    Good balance, light weight due to the type of wood
    Live in a good amp (Vox AC30 type, Fender Twin or Hot Rod), its very rock (and then the P90, what mics!)

    SOUNDS

    Playing rock guitar is absolutely suitable.
    Amp and preamp mentioned above Mesaboogie (to return home with headphones)
    Sound "crunchy" position when micro acute attack, quite round with micro grave (which "not puke a little away from the handle). The sounds clearest when both pickups are in parallel. When both are Series (with overdrive), it is bold.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this guitar since 1992.
    What I like most? Everything! Sound, sustain, the look, build quality.
    The least? I do not see. This is not a versatile guitar, but it's not what I was looking into buying it.
    Excellent quality / price ratio compared to the same type of re-releases in Gibson (lower quality in my opinion).
    I cracked on the guitar just by comparing with equivalent (see above). When it sounds.
    I would do this choice without any hesitation.
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