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piero66 piero66
Publié le 05/25/06 à 11:08
Made in the USA, the Gibson has a set neck hyper 24 boxes available. The maple neck is a German highway paved with Jumbo frets. The pickups are 496R for the handle, a 500T at the bridge and a single NSX stands in the middle. Note that the power of each microphone is ideally managed by the mail that passes from one sound to another with finesse. The balance Audible is simply awesome.
The board is a Schaller floyd manufactured for outstanding quality Gibson (15 years of life and the agreement is better than some new floyd ...)
The electronics consists of a volume and a tone paired with two selectors: one in five positions, the other two. This second small switch can simply change the routing of the first. This gives the possibility of either a type selector Start, a Les Paul type selector with 2 more: one position every time (very handy on stage or for certain effects) and a different routing 496R. Fabulous

UTILIZATION

The handle is a marvel, access to the last fret is possible with any finger ... Could there be 28!
The body is designed for ergonomics. He likes it or not, but at comfort and balance, is the top.
Haaaaa .... The sound of this skyscraper ... HHHAAAAAA!
No 10 because of the head. The lifts are too close for my taste. But it is only used to change the strings.

SOUNDS

It is clear that Madame is in her element when it sent metal. But it has excellent is that it can do anything else. I like the merger and is made for me. Jazz plans, the sharp crunch or drooling, slamming the cocottes before leaving on a big metal riff ... She does what is asked of him. Its Polyval is excellent because it radically changes the grain without losing its personality ...
To compare with my old PRS C24: I got rid of a bunch of effects to a direct attack JCM 800. And I think it's better.

OVERALL OPINION

I recently purchased becaufe I love this guitar. I have a custom too. So the two that I speak here as they are the same. I originally bought the first only to hang on the wall to the other environments. It has become my main guitar. As a collector and former pro, I used the guitar. J'aurrais liked to know it earlier. So I found a second to be sure to have another 20 years. This is to say ...
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