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«  Rare revelation RT-S »

Publié le 05/04/11 à 02:10
Angeletti guitar manufactured for the part Luter and the elective part (micro and path) its french.
Chevallerais: wilkinson
Frets: 24
5 SETTINGS micro possible: acute, acute medium, medium, medium, serious, serious.
+ A bypass, since the clean or distortion guitar.

UTILIZATION

Non-adjustable handle, weight evenly distributed, clear sound, ease of setting numerous strings, frets last accessed on condition of not having fingers camnionneurs.

SOUNDS

I lent it to a friend who was playing rock and hard rock, I was more personal style eric clapton. Both styles fit him well. For jazz, it lacks some treble

OVERALL OPINION

I have since 1995. I tried a Fender but I did not like the grip of the handle. The advantage is what was sold with a thermo-molded fly box. What makes for transporting or storing the guitar does not move at any time and the handle does not twist.

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