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  • EiwarEiwar

    Godin LG HmbPublished on 07/04/12 at 23:18
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    Guitar in violin is manufactured in the province of Canada, Quebec.
    Reason for import in the U.S., the electronics are mounted in New Hampshire.

    On mine the two Hambuckers are brand Godin.

    The switch provides 5 notches bridge pickup and neck twice at position 1 and 5, splits these simple microphones in position 2 and 4. For the position, the two microphones are double operation.
    Two knobs: one for the tone and one for volume.

    It has 22 frets and the frets are jumbo.
    The violin is excellent. The body and neck are solid mahogany. It's heavy. The fingerboard is rosewood.

    The finish is very good in build quality of the wood. The strings are mounted in the body. Mine is painted…
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    Guitar in violin is manufactured in the province of Canada, Quebec.
    Reason for import in the U.S., the electronics are mounted in New Hampshire.

    On mine the two Hambuckers are brand Godin.

    The switch provides 5 notches bridge pickup and neck twice at position 1 and 5, splits these simple microphones in position 2 and 4. For the position, the two microphones are double operation.
    Two knobs: one for the tone and one for volume.

    It has 22 frets and the frets are jumbo.
    The violin is excellent. The body and neck are solid mahogany. It's heavy. The fingerboard is rosewood.

    The finish is very good in build quality of the wood. The strings are mounted in the body. Mine is painted on wood flamed. Accustomed to paintent guitars, I find that it changes me.

    So 9/10 because there is little defect. A tracking points on the top of the handle is somewhat slimy ... This proves that the error is human construction.

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is narrower That a LP but More than a Strat. I find it quite fast and ergonomic. The placement of discrete landmarks boxes baffled me at first but I got used to it.

    It is mahogany, this is not wood crate: it is heavy. When the door, it is balanced very well. It's forgotten his weight.

    Access to the treble is very good.

    SOUNDS

    First of all the electronics are passive. I was astonished when he first plugged in my amp, not hiss or noise. This underlines the quality of electronic component and assembly.

    In gratouillant top when not connected, we guess it will sound. The sustain is present.

    Connected, the clean sound on the neck pickup selector position 1, rises rapidly in saturation if the volume knob is at the bottom. As for the neck pickup in position 5 and position 3 for 2 microphones. After refining, the sound is warm, vibrant and rich. The sound continues and sparkles. I love it!
    It offers the possibility to split the pickups in simple, to provide a sound slap and colder.

    So a clean sound that can be very jazzy, and popping sounds very hard rock. With a good disco, you can go to Death Metal killer.

    To summarize, a very versatile guitar with a sound rich in harmonics, enjoy a high quality component and violin very well made.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 4 months.

    What I like is his true versatility and build quality. We feel that it's solid.

    While Godin, the fact that less than Fender and Gibson, Godin LG but this has nothing to envy to model these brands.

    I feel like a real guitar guitarist adult. This brand does not have the reputation of popular Fender or Gibson, but in grateux it is very recognized (Vigier, Lag, Hofneur)

    I have bought it at a competitive price, the seller was working with an importer that Godin had separated.

    I think the quality / price (even at € 800 without replacement of the balance) is more than correct.

    I have four guitars, including the Godin. This is the guitar on which I play most at the moment. For rehearsals, she leaves all the possible sounds (Jazz, Pop, Hard Rock ...).

    If this were to start again I would. If I had a Delorean I remonterais more time to buy it instead.
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  • MGR/Andy WattMGR/Andy Watt

    Godin LG hmb

    Godin LG HmbPublished on 02/06/04 at 15:00
    I got this guitar on ebay for £380 new. I didnt have to bid for it as I got it on "buy it now". I had been looking at epiphone les pauls and stuff but not one was as beautiful as this masterpiece of a guitar.

    I like everything about this guitar. The action is perfect I haven't touched the settings. The matt finish is amazing and the shape is really cool. The sound is fantastic coming from 2 first rate humbuckers. I play lots of blues and it is perfect for the kind of creamy distortion you need. I also play plenty of rock and clean stuff and it is equally good for both styles. The hardware is great quality and keeps your strings in tune for ages (despite lots of string bending). One of the …
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    I got this guitar on ebay for £380 new. I didnt have to bid for it as I got it on "buy it now". I had been looking at epiphone les pauls and stuff but not one was as beautiful as this masterpiece of a guitar.

    I like everything about this guitar. The action is perfect I haven't touched the settings. The matt finish is amazing and the shape is really cool. The sound is fantastic coming from 2 first rate humbuckers. I play lots of blues and it is perfect for the kind of creamy distortion you need. I also play plenty of rock and clean stuff and it is equally good for both styles. The hardware is great quality and keeps your strings in tune for ages (despite lots of string bending). One of the best features is the neck as it is slightly wider than on a strat or tele and everyone who's tried it has found it really comfortable.

    well I have lost a bit of sleep worrying that I'll wake up and it'll be gone.

    This is a first rate guitar and the build quality quite frankly kicks ass.

    If you're going to buy an electric guitar BUY THIS don't waste your money on a fender or epiphone- it changed my life it could change yours.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • MGR/LockyMGR/Locky

    Godin LGhmb

    Godin LG HmbPublished on 09/02/03 at 15:00
    I had been looking for a new guitar as I only had a crappy squire strat that had been put through hell and back. I was keen to get one except for the price was a lag. I had been looking at ibanez's for ages and other brands like Fender and Gibson were just way over the budget. I went to my local World Of Music store and tried out about 20 guitars. Epiphone, ibanez, fender, Ashton, Washburn, tried heaps of every type but when the shopowner gave me a try at the godin I was hooked. and for only AU$1000 (US$550). But I still didn't have the cash. Luckily my parents just sold their business (cheesecake shop) and as a present for working there so long they decided to surprise me with the godin.

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    I had been looking for a new guitar as I only had a crappy squire strat that had been put through hell and back. I was keen to get one except for the price was a lag. I had been looking at ibanez's for ages and other brands like Fender and Gibson were just way over the budget. I went to my local World Of Music store and tried out about 20 guitars. Epiphone, ibanez, fender, Ashton, Washburn, tried heaps of every type but when the shopowner gave me a try at the godin I was hooked. and for only AU$1000 (US$550). But I still didn't have the cash. Luckily my parents just sold their business (cheesecake shop) and as a present for working there so long they decided to surprise me with the godin.

    Oh ok. Where to start. First of all the body. It has a great shape, completely solid and is made of mahogany giving it a beautiful sound. It's sparkling gold and has black hardware. The Bridge is Les paul style stop bridge with a string through body design. It's equipped with two seymore duncan humbuckers, one tone, one volume knob and a five way pick-up selecter (bridge, bridge single, both humbucker, neck single, neck). The neck is also mahogany with a rosewood fretboard. This guitar is just so smooth to play. Sustaine is just amazing and bending, hammers, pull-offs and everything just sound so much clearer and better. Before I didn't know how to determine tone but once I played this baby I knew what they meant. The tuning knobs are also very acurate and they don't slip like some.

    I like everything about it. The only thing some people may not like is it's lack of tremolo bridge, doesn't bother me but some might.

    Quality is the best. The team from godin obviously got all the best equiptment. From the mahogany neck and body to the seymore duncan pick-ups. All top grade. There isn't one thing wrong with it.

    This is an amazing guitar. It has so many styles and sounds. It's key is it's warm clean sound but it also has a distortion to die for, and with the single coil or humbucker choice. There's nothing you can't do. If you want a top grade guitar without paying too much, get a godin.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • fredfocfredfoc

    Godin LG HmbPublished on 04/22/06 at 08:49
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Guitar factory in the United States, with Canadian components (everything for the sake of import taxes in United States)
    2 Micros GODIN (I forget the technical name) type humbucker humbucker
    Fixed bridge
    A SETTING THE volume, Tone (with a small switch to dig mdium by lifting the knob), a slecteur 5 positions

    UTILIZATION

    Supre enjoyable guitar playing. The handle is typical Godin. We like it or not, I love (I do not play on Godin). Super versatile.

    SOUNDS

    As said prcdemmet super versatile guitar in Sonora (from jazz to rock heavier, through the blues)
    Natural saturation of certain positions of the microphones slecteur and volume of play The big and heavy though …
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    Guitar factory in the United States, with Canadian components (everything for the sake of import taxes in United States)
    2 Micros GODIN (I forget the technical name) type humbucker humbucker
    Fixed bridge
    A SETTING THE volume, Tone (with a small switch to dig mdium by lifting the knob), a slecteur 5 positions

    UTILIZATION

    Supre enjoyable guitar playing. The handle is typical Godin. We like it or not, I love (I do not play on Godin). Super versatile.

    SOUNDS

    As said prcdemmet super versatile guitar in Sonora (from jazz to rock heavier, through the blues)
    Natural saturation of certain positions of the microphones slecteur and volume of play The big and heavy though severe acute and mdiums slamming. With the switch on the Tone knob for sound we get close to an acoustic trs o mdiums are creuss trs.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for several months. I love it. Just one thing, the original mcaniques are schaller deluxe gibson Les Paul type. They are great but I prfr change by Gotoh, more reliable tuning. Otherwise, a super skyscraper for a budget relatively cool, especially OCCAZ. You can also reproached the Aesthetics of the head sleeve. Not great, but ... If you want a good scratch with its versatile and not too typ there is no better, from a Parker, but this is no longer the same budget, we need a more zero- chque on ...
    I do it again this choice without problem.
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  • iamqmaniamqman

    NIce and decent

    Godin LG HmbPublished on 09/29/11 at 14:12
    Godin guitars is known for making pretty good sounding guitars but even more impressive looking guitars. They do have their classic guitars that take a lot of influence from previous guitar manufactures but then they put their own twist on some of their other instruments such as this guitar. This is the LG HMD guitar which sort of looks like a Gibson Les Paul guitar.

    This guitar features a five way pick up selector with two humbucker pick ups. You can also split the two coils was a push pull button on the volume and tone control knobs. This gives this guitar a lot of versatility.

    UTILIZATION

    Specs
    Mahogany Neck
    Rosewood Fingerboard
    Black Machines(Satin finish) 18:1 ratio
    Mah…
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    Godin guitars is known for making pretty good sounding guitars but even more impressive looking guitars. They do have their classic guitars that take a lot of influence from previous guitar manufactures but then they put their own twist on some of their other instruments such as this guitar. This is the LG HMD guitar which sort of looks like a Gibson Les Paul guitar.

    This guitar features a five way pick up selector with two humbucker pick ups. You can also split the two coils was a push pull button on the volume and tone control knobs. This gives this guitar a lot of versatility.

    UTILIZATION

    Specs
    Mahogany Neck
    Rosewood Fingerboard
    Black Machines(Satin finish) 18:1 ratio
    Mahogany Body
    Schaller Bridge
    5-way Switch
    Godin Humbucker Pickups
    Colors: Natural, Trans Red, Cognacburst, Black Pearl

    ** deluxe gig bag included

    SOUNDS

    The tone of this guitar is a very good with its mahogany wood tone. If you've ever played in Gibson Les Paul guitar and you're good to be right in good company with this guitar. It has a nice warm rich tone primarily due to the thick mahogany wood on the body and neck. You have rosewood fretboard so to which it balances out the thick tone of the mahogany wood. Overall is a very cool guitar and sounds great with a good high gain amplifier of some sort, such as a Marshall or a Mesa Boogie.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have no idea what the price is for these down the new market. However in the used market. You can find them pretty cheap. They're not necessarily a cheap guitar but you can find them pretty inexpensively because of their price points. If you're looking for a fun alternative to the Fender or Gibson guitars and this is a good way to start because they're cool guitars and they have a good sound and overall pretty good rock 'n roll guitar.
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  • djougachvilidjougachvili

    Godin LG HmbPublished on 10/23/06 at 01:46
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Channel 22 frets (24 frets the former model is called qu'audiofanzine lg Tetrad mic)
    body and mahogany neck
    button in rosewood
    round 24 3 / 4 (type gibson) screwed into 4 points
    GODIN 2 humbuckers (neck and in GHN1 GHB1 in easel, Tetrad on the old model) and split (micro double + single) -> 5 positions (more than push / pull on this model)
    2 knobs: volume + bass / treble
    strings which pass through the body
    Schaller bridge
    Les Paul shape and more rounded
    natural color (as pictured), she makes really good!
    parts manufactured in Quebec and assembled in the United States
    super finish
    a bonus card with the signatures of all those who touch the guitar and Controller
    what…
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    Channel 22 frets (24 frets the former model is called qu'audiofanzine lg Tetrad mic)
    body and mahogany neck
    button in rosewood
    round 24 3 / 4 (type gibson) screwed into 4 points
    GODIN 2 humbuckers (neck and in GHN1 GHB1 in easel, Tetrad on the old model) and split (micro double + single) -> 5 positions (more than push / pull on this model)
    2 knobs: volume + bass / treble
    strings which pass through the body
    Schaller bridge
    Les Paul shape and more rounded
    natural color (as pictured), she makes really good!
    parts manufactured in Quebec and assembled in the United States
    super finish
    a bonus card with the signatures of all those who touch the guitar and Controller
    what more (for that price)?

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is relatively wide (personal I have big fingers so that fits me, after this is a matter of taste).
    the access to acute hand body shape is no problem.
    the guitar is mahogany -> it is a bit heavy (about 5-6 kg), but are not in. need to be a bodybuilder.
    the strings are located relatively close to the handle (although advises godin we want to avoid too frieze ca raise the nut).

    SOUNDS

    Good sound ... has already empty, it is a delight, such a point that playing umplugged (community life at 3 am is a matter of concession ...), no problem: the sound is round, and resonates ... sounds ... resonates. it is too much koi!
    obviously good (by pure deduction etymological) an electric scraper is best when amplified c ... GODIN LG and it ensures that you want a hot or something very brittle, you'll find it is really a versatile guitar. good if you want qek'chose such distortion darkness empire p'tet c sq. in. (Koike with a good pedal ...), but otherwise, if you want to touch a little bit of everything without having 36 guitars, c ' is really a good choice.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Lyrical tone of a musical background predominantly by violins, oh great master guitar, doctor s violin, grand ayatollah of rock and roll music and all that God made Robert GODIN, you the designer of this wonderful instrument may you receive through the Ocan the praises every night sending you your distant cousin ...
    good for those who are not too theater, it makes a little over a month since I struggled daily c'te J'lui scratch and have not found a default (I'm good APRS neither purist nor luthier). Good groove with the net looking for advice before you buy, not in. I saw someone who had found him. If you need a versatile instrument, the Godin LG Hmb seems to me an excellent choice.
    j'referai if this choice ... n'se raises the question not even!
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  • JibGJibG

    Godin LG HmbPublished on 12/11/07 at 05:41
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Gutiare made in canada, assembles the United States (for reasons of taxes priori)
    22 medium-jumbo frets, 2 Seymour Duncan "Jazz II" to the handle, "custom custom" in the bridge.
    I have a translucent red finish: mahogany seen through by reflection.
    I quibble, but the application of the patent is not perfect in the cavity.
    Fixed bridge, profondment be inserted into the wood.
    Mahogany neck, 22 inches in radius: trs flat (what I was looking), grazing about 22mm at nut. Similar sleeves like those of Ibanez, but with a short scale.
    The key is rosewood.
    10-1 for the patent

    UTILIZATION

    Channel fluid, enjoyable, I used to be a 60's Gibson's profile, but the handle gave me cr…
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    Gutiare made in canada, assembles the United States (for reasons of taxes priori)
    22 medium-jumbo frets, 2 Seymour Duncan "Jazz II" to the handle, "custom custom" in the bridge.
    I have a translucent red finish: mahogany seen through by reflection.
    I quibble, but the application of the patent is not perfect in the cavity.
    Fixed bridge, profondment be inserted into the wood.
    Mahogany neck, 22 inches in radius: trs flat (what I was looking), grazing about 22mm at nut. Similar sleeves like those of Ibanez, but with a short scale.
    The key is rosewood.
    10-1 for the patent

    UTILIZATION

    Channel fluid, enjoyable, I used to be a 60's Gibson's profile, but the handle gave me cramps after an hour of play
    key "ergo-touch" the edges of key trs are neat and well-lim no grip, not like some of you g. .. "faded", yet two times Chres
    original draft of 9-46, and short scale: super easy to bend.
    The body is in the beautiful mahogany but hlas, weight in pti ...
    the action is low, but no buz, except when I play badly;)
    with five mic positions, we get it easy DIFFERENT sound: blues, funk, pop, rock, hard rock ...
    J'enlve 1 point for weight.

    SOUNDS

    You can play from blues to heavy rock.
    His most typical Gibson fender that, even if, in a split pickups (position 2 and 4 of the switch), we get a micro sound simple.
    Intermdiaire position (split + split sleeve bridge) is nice for chords in the clear.
    My position is prfre chevalent position humbucker: big rock!
    10/10!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have this guitar for two years.
    Sober, too, may be, but she has her little charm, I love.
    Unbelievable price (compare its competitors made in United States, or even made in Asia ...)
    Good quality sounds great.
    I plan to spend the Godin Montreal to stay home with Godin and mahogany, while having a lightweight guitar.
    10 to 1 because of the weight still.
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  • JFKowalskiJFKowalski

    Godin LG HmbPublished on 12/14/07 at 00:31
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Well no need to make a sandwich on the brand Godin
    - Made in Canada
    - 24 cases, two Godin humbuckers (like Hot Rails) splitables
    - Bridge type Tune-O-Matic
    - A volume knob and 1 Tone also allows for push / pull switch humbuckers / single.
    - Slecteur five positions (10 gnrer can sound thanks to the push / pull)
    - Mahogany neck like the rest of the guitar
    - Mcaniques oil bath

    UTILIZATION

    Channel super nice ... I find a bit off but you get used quickly trs
    The shape of the guitar provides a good Access in acute (up 24me the box) ...
    Because of the wood used for couraging this guitar is quite heavy, but when the same as you get used to ...
    The form: I love, both s…
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    Well no need to make a sandwich on the brand Godin
    - Made in Canada
    - 24 cases, two Godin humbuckers (like Hot Rails) splitables
    - Bridge type Tune-O-Matic
    - A volume knob and 1 Tone also allows for push / pull switch humbuckers / single.
    - Slecteur five positions (10 gnrer can sound thanks to the push / pull)
    - Mahogany neck like the rest of the guitar
    - Mcaniques oil bath

    UTILIZATION

    Channel super nice ... I find a bit off but you get used quickly trs
    The shape of the guitar provides a good Access in acute (up 24me the box) ...
    Because of the wood used for couraging this guitar is quite heavy, but when the same as you get used to ...
    The form: I love, both sober and clean Godin
    Otherwise just take the jack from the amp and connect the AC hop sounds
    Ms. empty we feel that it's going to give!

    SOUNDS

    Sound level is super versatile.
    Warning nanmoins, I talk about the Godin LG with Godin pickups (Seymour not P90 or other ..)
    Personal I play everything from Rock, Blues, acoustic stuff and some Mtal .. Well, the LG is the way!
    At the moment I turn on Carlton Camel 50W (all lamps), a 535Q wah and KorgAX1500G ..
    with the LG (as I said above) it covers all areas ...
    The push / pull with the 5-way switch is happiness ...
    Humbuckers in positions we get the sounds typical "Les Paul" according to the three positions of slecteur + a few other variants with the two positions intermdiaires .. It sounds great in clean, well-rounded and fat distortion.
    In simple microphone, I admit that I n'tais beginners not packed ... Obviously you lose in and sustain strength and lack of punch ca ... but with a compressor (or multi effect pedals) or the amp pushed a little harder it is divine! Slammin sounds good, clean and well crystalline distortion in sales
    A nice thing also is to find a nice clean well with a touch of chorus and bridge pickup position and simple micro ca gives a nice acoustic guitar sound.
    In short I will not dcrire all sounds that play happens because it would take too long ...
    Just remember that with the 5-way switch + push / pull single-double, ca can cover a wide range of MODELS.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's been 5-6 years since I possde the LG (o the diffrence with the microphones of those factories now) and I do not think I am right in saying that I do not s parry ever :-)
    I've never been blamed ... I wanted a versatile guitar.
    Level qualitprix report, I'd pay 4500Frs the era so it's okay trs
    The Godin LG current (Seymour) are a bit more Chres ... ca revolves around 1000euros :-(
    Finally, if I had the choice again, Obviously I would do it again!
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  • Audiofanzine FRAudiofanzine FR

    Godin LG HmbPublished on 12/11/08 at 05:31
    (Originally written by marc05400/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
    Everything has been already said...

    My model doesn't have a push/pull knob. But positions 2 and 4 split the humbuckers!

    I read and heard everywhere that Godin humbuckers are good pickups! I shall add that they are perfectly quiet.

    UTILIZATION

    Great neck. In the beginning I found it a bit too narrow (I learned guitar with a classical guitar...) The neck quickly ages and gets very smooth and pleasant. No problem getting to the upper frets.

    Quick action setting thanks to the T.O.M bridge. If you have a heavy string attack and leave the original string set (10/46) you will have to set the action higher to av…
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    (Originally written by marc05400/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
    Everything has been already said...

    My model doesn't have a push/pull knob. But positions 2 and 4 split the humbuckers!

    I read and heard everywhere that Godin humbuckers are good pickups! I shall add that they are perfectly quiet.

    UTILIZATION

    Great neck. In the beginning I found it a bit too narrow (I learned guitar with a classical guitar...) The neck quickly ages and gets very smooth and pleasant. No problem getting to the upper frets.

    Quick action setting thanks to the T.O.M bridge. If you have a heavy string attack and leave the original string set (10/46) you will have to set the action higher to avoid fret noise.

    The guitar is quite heavy but it's not a problem even after 2 or 3 hours of playing. The guitar is well-balanced and stays in the position you want.

    SOUNDS

    I bought this guitar for its versatility. I craved for it such a long time, but I'm not fully satisfied yet... However I can say now that this guitar sounds jazzy with my VOX AD30VT. It' needless to say that it has a perfect blues sound...

    In order to get warm and round sounds I first installed jazz, flat-wound 11-50 strings, but then I changed to 12-52 strings (to avoid the power loss I noticed on the high E-string with 11-50 strings).

    The pickups have a high output volume and it's certainly an advantage for power rock, but it makes things more complicated if you want to get clean or slightly "crunched" sounds like me, but it is possible (even with my VOX which tends to distort pretty fast).

    I can't wait to test it with more typical jazz amps or even an acoustic amp (AER for example).

    My guitar teacher used to say "Some solid-body guitars produce a more authentic jazz tone than some jazz-style hollow-body guitars..."

    Also notice that the second position produces an acoustic-like sound (split neck pickup).

    What else? A great sustain (perhaps it's a false impression but I even feel the strings' vibration when I play...). A good unplugged sound that allows you to practice and tune the guitar even with a tuner with a small integrated mic...

    OVERALL OPINION

    High-quality, versatile guitar with a long life expectancy and an affordable price...

    This guitar requires some time to be "mastered". At least for someone like me who played a nylon acoustic. I needed a long time! And I'm not done yet...
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