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  • arnuarnu

    Fernandes Ravelle StandardPublished on 01/18/06 at 12:17
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    NECK: Mahogany, 628mm-Scale, Set-Neck
    FINGER BOARD: Rosewood, 22F., 250R
    BODY: Maple 15mm 45mm Mahogany {
    PICK UP: VH-600 ~ 2
    CONTROL: 1 Volume, 1 Tone, 3-Way Toggle-SW.
    BRIDGE: Tune O & Stop Tailpiece machica

    Note that each microphone is splittable separately by push / pull buttons, volume and tone.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is really perfect, thinner than a Les Paul. It is against broad, but it adds comfort to the game
    This is a guitar-shaped quasi-LP is not too easy to access the boxes beyond the 17th fret.
    Perfectly balanced, as comfortable in a standing position (though a bit heavy) in a sitting position.
    At sonic palette is great. Very large. 8 possible posi…
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    NECK: Mahogany, 628mm-Scale, Set-Neck
    FINGER BOARD: Rosewood, 22F., 250R
    BODY: Maple 15mm 45mm Mahogany {
    PICK UP: VH-600 ~ 2
    CONTROL: 1 Volume, 1 Tone, 3-Way Toggle-SW.
    BRIDGE: Tune O & Stop Tailpiece machica

    Note that each microphone is splittable separately by push / pull buttons, volume and tone.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is really perfect, thinner than a Les Paul. It is against broad, but it adds comfort to the game
    This is a guitar-shaped quasi-LP is not too easy to access the boxes beyond the 17th fret.
    Perfectly balanced, as comfortable in a standing position (though a bit heavy) in a sitting position.
    At sonic palette is great. Very large. 8 possible positions in total:
    B = bridge pickup, N = neck pickup, the "s" indicates whether or not split.
    <ul> * B
    * B + N
    * N
    * N + B
    * B
    * B + N
    * B + Ns
    Ns *
    </ul>
    Too bad for micro Fernandes VH600 that drool a little saturation, if it's really versatile.

    At completion, it is also impeccable ... and it is a MIC!

    SOUNDS

    It is perfect for what I play, ie the alternative / classic rock-classic metal.
    I play on a Behringer V-Amp, but soon update: tube amp.
    It plays easily with all the gain on the amp and the volume knob of scratching, splits, etc..
    In terms of saturation, I said, drooling ca. That's when a little fat, but I prefer AC sound too dry, too synthetic.
    By clean, we do what we want, thanks to the split is impeccable.
    The mahogany body provides the icing on the cake: heat.
    It's a real treat on two microphones, one really has a sense of pleasure and breadth. The sound is really full, it is a pure joy.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's going to make two big weeks I have with a big concert when I did that for two days.
    What I like most is the sound, the heat given by the mahogany, and then the shape of this guitar is of rare beauty. Sometimes I watch 5 minutes without touching it ... just for fun.
    For the price, I think I'll never find better.
    I certainly do it again this election, she may have a little sister by a year or two;)
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