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  • engage757engage757

    One of the MOST exquisite instruments I have owned.

    Hufschmid Guitars H6 Grafted Walnut topPublished on 06/20/14 at 17:22
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This is a Hufschmid H6 Single Cut Mahogany body, with Grafted Walnut Top. 24 Frets, Hufschmid pickups, Hipshot bridge.

    UTILIZATION

    Scales very well on a strap, I tried it at a Few levels. Certainly lighter Then Any Les Paul ever. I would estimate maybe 6-7 pounds? Fret access is exceptional. I would say this, Patrick Does Reviews some of the absolute best fretwork I have ever seen. Plus, in my opinion, the neck volute is not only comfortable, sexy as hell goal.

    SOUNDS

    Sound is extremely versatile. Really cleans up nicely, ble goal is to really roar When you give it the gain. The clean tones very very delicate, I thought it Would work well for everything from jazz and b…
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    This is a Hufschmid H6 Single Cut Mahogany body, with Grafted Walnut Top. 24 Frets, Hufschmid pickups, Hipshot bridge.

    UTILIZATION

    Scales very well on a strap, I tried it at a Few levels. Certainly lighter Then Any Les Paul ever. I would estimate maybe 6-7 pounds? Fret access is exceptional. I would say this, Patrick Does Reviews some of the absolute best fretwork I have ever seen. Plus, in my opinion, the neck volute is not only comfortable, sexy as hell goal.

    SOUNDS

    Sound is extremely versatile. Really cleans up nicely, ble goal is to really roar When you give it the gain. The clean tones very very delicate, I thought it Would work well for everything from jazz and blues to metal.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Thoughts. I was not sure what to expect, I find Many a luthier-have some vestigial or homemade feel to 'em, while this one DID-have a different feel to it, it felt nothing like a sterile, mass-produced guitar. Wood choices are superb. A well-thought out Seriously cooperation of sapele and walnut Creates a very well-balanced tonal palate. It cleans up very nicely, goal REALLY shines with higher gain settings. Fretwork is excellent and consist Throughout the fretboard, polished, level and even, with ends finished perfectly. Neck pocket is very tight. Fit and finish is really incredible, no discernible flaws Whatsoever, side-dots glow very brightly and are straight. One single feature I fell in love with is the headstock volute. The only word I can think to define it, is sexy. Neck heel is very comfortable and Allows full access to all the higher registers. I love the beveled top and the Hipshot bridge is a nice touch, as well as the tuners. Overall, not many luthiers I put up with my absolute favorite luthier Ken Lawrence. I make not secret That the man builds absolutely phenomenal, flawless instruments and keen sense of HAS business ethics, as well as 30 + years of experience. My experience is not only with Hufschmid That thesis guitars are of a similar caliber, purpose thesis are Produced with phenomenal attention to detail, craftsmanship is top-notch, design is well-thought out and brilliant, goal aussi one more thing. I always Said Hufschmid Had an eye for wood unlike Any Other luthier I Had seen, the natural beauty of the woods Were always put together extremely well and the eye for the wood shines through. Now, I know That he truly Understands the proprieties of tonal woods thesis as well. It sounds just as good as it looks. As far as I am Concerned, and all the guitars I have-been through in my playing time, Hufschmid is in my top two luthiers. It Will Be SCARY to see His guitars When he is sixty. They Will Be that good.
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  • versus158versus158

    Bluffing

    Hufschmid Guitars H6 Grafted Walnut topPublished on 03/10/13 at 08:09
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It's been a while since I was lusting over Mr. Hufschmid's work, I decided to start early 2013.
    Frankly I do not know much about wood, we talked with Patrick that he identifies my needs based on my musical practice. He explained his choice, I learned a lot: D!
    We come to the description:

    Highly figured Premium-Ribbon 'Rift-Sawn, Sapelli Mahogany neck and body
    Salvaged-Grafted Walnut (Claro / Franquette) Top
    -Very rare Persimmon Ebony (Ebony white) rear control cavity cover ...
    West African Ebony fingerboard, and control button
    -25.5'' Scale - 24 frets - 12'' radius
    Hufschmid-Techtron nut
    Luminlay-side photo-luminescent dots
    Hipshot hardware-
    Hufschmid pickups, custom …
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    It's been a while since I was lusting over Mr. Hufschmid's work, I decided to start early 2013.
    Frankly I do not know much about wood, we talked with Patrick that he identifies my needs based on my musical practice. He explained his choice, I learned a lot: D!
    We come to the description:

    Highly figured Premium-Ribbon 'Rift-Sawn, Sapelli Mahogany neck and body
    Salvaged-Grafted Walnut (Claro / Franquette) Top
    -Very rare Persimmon Ebony (Ebony white) rear control cavity cover ...
    West African Ebony fingerboard, and control button
    -25.5'' Scale - 24 frets - 12'' radius
    Hufschmid-Techtron nut
    Luminlay-side photo-luminescent dots
    Hipshot hardware-
    Hufschmid pickups, custom built for the customer
    -Tru-Oil finish - 15 coats

    The construction took in 5 weeks.

    UTILIZATION

    Leaving the cardboard guitar I immediately realized that it was a quality far superior to any other instruments I could play.
    The finish is perfect, everything is adjusted to the millimeter, it exudes quality and strength!
    The true oil finish leaves out all the wood grain, beautiful.
    The Hipshot hardware is very accurate, maintenance agreement is perfect, even playing the guitar as a deaf does not tune.
    The handle is very nice, not too thin or too thick, I felt comfortable from the first second. It should be noted that Patrick realizes the profile of the handle from a drawing of your hand and ca be felt!
    Everyday is a joy, a guitar character like no other.

    SOUNDS

    The strong point: the sound, sorry SOUND!
    This is just stunning, all spring, despite a huge output level nothing is messy, no frequency is "puff" by another.
    Microphones (handwired custom) are suited to my style of music (metalcore etc ...) very large output level, distortion is obviously the party, anything goes, rock, metal, death, etc. shred. .. Everything is clean except the fingers go off course: D!
    The interesting thing is that it sounds terrible plain and crunch too. At the beginning I did not expect to be able to send a little funk seen what I asked as microphones.
    All styles go perfectly well reflected leaving the game

    Comparing the sound to my other guitars (one EMG 81/85 in the other duncan SH4/SH2) the result is even more pronounced: it looks like the sound of other guitars is stifled and dull.

    OVERALL OPINION

    After a month always the same pleasure to play with this guitar, I touch other ... more

    This is a fabulous instrument and directed by a passionate, ca feels ...

    Versatility, high quality, I can only encourage you to go see the work of Patrick Hufschmid, you will not be disappointed!

    Maybe soon for a 7-string who knows!
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