A gibson with a handle screw-down ... Bah and the fact ca!
The invader is sober. The maple neck with button mahogany is just sublime for those with big hands like me.
The affected ebony is incomparable. In addition to the wedding maple / ebony brings indescribable silky in its ...
For the rest, it's a Les Paul actually quite advanced (best thought?): Double notch ... It changes the look a bit, but it is much nicer.
REFERRED handle and ... well ... I am impressed by the harmonics and sustain. Frankly, there is no debas. It is not worth bragging sleeves (maybe not so) nested and glued.
So, look level, it is a little fendson is rather with the traditional fittings of LP, Gibser.
The handle: top home top. We immediately print density, that is very nice.
Sound: an LP. I like.
I tried to unscrew the screw without microphones to make single coil: it works very well. I think you lose all the same clarity.
Well ... I like.
With LP ... We did a little while. It also depends on the amp and especially his fingers
The micro zebra is anyway not very open ... But I chipotte.
Played without amp is a regal ... A small treat.
Played a background on a bluesbraker: sublime.
I find it hard to have restraint, as this guitar gives me pleasure!
I had ... Junior, the special, the recent sg, the ibanez good year, de la tele in good order. I tried rescent LP ... I told you 30 years of age, you can hear it right away. At the time, the woods were heavier )
I play a lot in intermediate position, or handle. The bridge demenage recess and is well chiselled.
How does it feel ... A month ... Seduction. Was immediate.
So let's stop of BOUSER screwed on microphones. When it's done like this gibson ... it's great.
In addition to the head is very simple, very pretty.
Made in USA, look inspired Lespaul (but closer to Sonex)
Maple Bolt (very rare Gibson!), Ebony fingerboard
2 humbuckers "zebra"
A little wider than my SG Gibson ergonomic handle ... Classic ...
The sound is good, close enough, perhaps a little less fat than a Lespaul (because of the bolt-on neck?)
Good guitar 80s, little known and quite rare in France (although many variations exist with some variations, including color).
Somewhat in the same series as the Sonex, outputs the same period, but with much better features (mahogany instead of composite, ebony fingerboard, etc.).