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  • Cyr2JahCyr2Jah

    Eagle Jet SeriesPublished on 09/14/09 at 13:34
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - APRS find some info on forums, guitar probably made in Japan between 1979 and 1981. C'tait a registered importer. An importer Franais, IML, was marking his own brand guitars, Eagle for French market (Thanks to forum Gillou Guitariste.com). T have these guitars produced by Hoshino in the same factories that Ibanez, some sries as studio musician or have family resemblances with Eagle jet ...
    Mine seems to be the same model as the photo of the product, but with a DIFFERENT electronics and finish more "luxury" on beautiful gloss sunburst, beige edging around the neck and of the head, two dark strips in the middle of the handle.

    - Channel driver 24 cases, two humbuckers (original? May be,…
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    - APRS find some info on forums, guitar probably made in Japan between 1979 and 1981. C'tait a registered importer. An importer Franais, IML, was marking his own brand guitars, Eagle for French market (Thanks to forum Gillou Guitariste.com). T have these guitars produced by Hoshino in the same factories that Ibanez, some sries as studio musician or have family resemblances with Eagle jet ...
    Mine seems to be the same model as the photo of the product, but with a DIFFERENT electronics and finish more "luxury" on beautiful gloss sunburst, beige edging around the neck and of the head, two dark strips in the middle of the handle.

    - Channel driver 24 cases, two humbuckers (original? May be, but not Sr.!).

    - Fixed Bridge piece, inserting the string through the back of the guitar.

    - 1 volume knob, 1 Tone 1 slecteur three positions (gibson type) for my 5 small slecteurs also (inverter phase transition in single coil, and rglages a small circuit pramplification active internal battery (9v) with several levels)

    UTILIZATION

    - Handle very nice, very nice playing! I love it.

    - Accs the perfect treble

    - Weight correct game sitting may not be too practical because of body shape, but same goes when. Good balance. With the length of the handle, even when better not be too small frame!

    - Made it sound very nice, vintage but not too pretty either ... typ

    SOUNDS

    - For my style (funk, reggae, jazz): Ni!

    - Pass very well on any amp ...

    - I do not use the microwave sharp, very sharp indeed! Plutt or medium rather serious. Not really tried to tame the Pramper! I'm not that sr has to make something.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Buy photos 5 years ago: risky but very very good surprise Reception Package! Not much has been playing because dpart abroad without the guitar, but very pleased with this acquisition. She is beautiful, well constructed, and it rings. Amateur 70's music I'm thrilled.
    I would do this except that I choose also to reflect twice before making travel by colissimo!
    I have not tried many other guitars, I had the flash on it ... I like the strata, but it's a little more common when even!
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