24 fret thin highly polished, fixed bridge, rope traversing.
Body and handle (rather typed enough gibson round) mahogany rosewood fingerboard.
Seymour duncan p90 pickups 2
1 1 vol 1 tone 3-position selector
We feel that the finish is near perfect (in simplicity)
Violin simply amazing!
Channel One (very round and thick enough) but for exceptional access to acute and for ease of play (you can play longer without getting tired at all).
very good grip and ergonomic top.
The weight is therefore (it is of mahogany ...)
The sound is banging without plugging. We feel that there is energy to attack notes
Once connected the microphones are biting and drooling as they should.
The guitar is best suited to blues / rock, but adapts to many things, actually.
We can get a sound bite with fat and sustain in disto.
The clean sound can be round and clapping.
It is a very good guitar indeed ideal for the blues.
I use it for several years, I find the violin exceptional (the woods, the flawless finish), the sound and affected individuals.
I tested quite a few brands which shall remain nameless
Godin does as well as large amérlocs ...
Paid 950 euros and it's well worth, an American of this quality would cost at least 1500 e.