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  • Nikko_Nikko_

    Elypse Guitars X500 ProPublished on 09/15/07 at 08:01
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This guitar is made in Korea, it possde a body of a pice of mahogany with a flamed maple table relates. the handle is fine, 24 boxes, rosewood fingerboard.
    the bridge is a tune o matic as the Les Paul except that there is no stop bar, the strings are through with ferrules.
    a brief high-level violin trs well done, worthy of a Les Paul (even better as the Les Paul has a handle and al handle and body are a pice !!!!)
    there is a 3 position selector, volume and tonality, the Tone knob is drawn splitter for the two microphones.
    the pickups are a Seymour Duncan 59 'in handle and a Seymour Duncan Custom Custom in the bridge.
    this guitar is almost identical the Washburn X50 pro.

    UTILI…
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    This guitar is made in Korea, it possde a body of a pice of mahogany with a flamed maple table relates. the handle is fine, 24 boxes, rosewood fingerboard.
    the bridge is a tune o matic as the Les Paul except that there is no stop bar, the strings are through with ferrules.
    a brief high-level violin trs well done, worthy of a Les Paul (even better as the Les Paul has a handle and al handle and body are a pice !!!!)
    there is a 3 position selector, volume and tonality, the Tone knob is drawn splitter for the two microphones.
    the pickups are a Seymour Duncan 59 'in handle and a Seymour Duncan Custom Custom in the bridge.
    this guitar is almost identical the Washburn X50 pro.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle has a profile typical of a strato so fine and trs accessible.
    access to the acute trs is correct!
    the interface is between the Start and Les Paul, in short there is no chamfer to the forearm or to the belly, but a form of strata, against the weight of a real Les Paul but the guitar is balanced and it is not at all teachers, in short, a good compromise lespaul-stratocaster.

    SOUNDS

    I play everything from blues to mtal violent!
    the sound is impressive, it is hot and trs lespaul close to a true grain but with a more modern, in short the best of both worlds.
    sound in saturated is super nice vintage neck, between the modern and vintage bridge.
    the sound is great and clear a little warmer than a Les Paul!
    split in the neck rings vintage telecaster, stratocaster plutt bridge and texas hot fawn.
    this guitar is awesome at his violin making is really on top, to sustain a hell of heat, in short a true Russianness!
    this guitar is versatile, you can really play anything, from blues to death mtal!
    but it is not for the big nag even if a trs sounds good, the pickups are not high output but trs trs correct!
    and then we are not all mtalleux!
    I think this guitar is the best quality price!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had two months.
    I love her look classic and classy!
    ultra sound is warm, a high-end instrument making the noise follows!
    I try a lot of guitars, both vintage and modern!
    is the guitar with the best price qulit I know, a violin that level with an electron at the top, I better not find at this price!
    I would do without this choice hsit!
    I think changing the microphone by a Custom Custom Dimebucker to get the sound of my idol, but Dimebag Darrell is a personal choice trs, because the microphones are excellent but adore this artist and with a violin as exceptional on this guitar, I think the config is a Dimebag Darrell's ApoG on this guitar.
    honntement but for others, the sound is perfect, a Russianness! Is buying guitar not to miss!
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  • ThyM31ThyM31

    Elypse Guitars X500 ProPublished on 11/02/09 at 09:30
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Hello,

    This guitar is a cover of the famous Washburn X50: even violin, hardware and pickups, only the electronic exchange (a little) on this limited edition brand stores Milonga.

    Made in Asia, the body is solid mahogany very friendly, easel-type Tune-O-Matic.
    The neck, 22 frets rosewood, mahogany is also very enjoyable to play, jumbo frets Avoids strips, but may be surprising for the slides, but as the keys are very soft, it goes alone.

    The pickups are two Seymour Duncan 59 humbucker, with its broad range of the push-pull.
    We can leave any kind of style on this guitar, I had some trouble keeping the strings, despite Grover oil bath.

    UTILIZATION

    The push-pull and two …
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    Hello,

    This guitar is a cover of the famous Washburn X50: even violin, hardware and pickups, only the electronic exchange (a little) on this limited edition brand stores Milonga.

    Made in Asia, the body is solid mahogany very friendly, easel-type Tune-O-Matic.
    The neck, 22 frets rosewood, mahogany is also very enjoyable to play, jumbo frets Avoids strips, but may be surprising for the slides, but as the keys are very soft, it goes alone.

    The pickups are two Seymour Duncan 59 humbucker, with its broad range of the push-pull.
    We can leave any kind of style on this guitar, I had some trouble keeping the strings, despite Grover oil bath.

    UTILIZATION

    The push-pull and two buttons (volume / eq) are easily accessible.

    Getting started is fast and its weight entirely correct, even on three hours nonstop. balance weight is very balanced and accessible to acute normal.

    The sound seems to me the highlight of the guitar, considering its price range, for me anyway, if a wolf is not the fault of the guitar ...

    SOUNDS

    The sound is actually very good, it means even load (I mean not connected ...) and goes very well with no effect, his very round and warm (passive, no battery).

    This guitar suits any style of music, plus his look is fairly standard. Natural sounds are actually very good, a Vox 50w, I use very little effects (a bit of reverb).

    Group I is most often a Zoom G2 out of metal or jazzy sounds.



    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for almost 2 years with no worries and a lot of miles ..

    In summary, very good guitar with a violin and excellent microphones, a change of strings can be expected, but I would do this choice!
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