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Klein Electric Guitars DT-96
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«  90's / rare / nice »

Publié le 07/01/10 à 02:31
Handcrafted in the USA,

it is a headless guitar with a vibrato Transtrem,
a handle U-24 fret one piece of wood (but which one?)
Joe Barden Pickups 3 (2 um + 1 sc)
1 volume + 1 tone + 2 splits for the hum.

UTILIZATION

the guitar is thought to ergonomics, the neck is beautiful, access is very easy to treble, the sound is beautiful, fairly round, the weight of the guitar is very low because the body is dug.

SOUNDS

Superb.

OVERALL OPINION

This brand had a funny story: first played by guitarists like Bill Frisell, David Torn, Lou Reed, Andy Summers, Mick Goodrick and Brandon Ross, who have neglected for some to return to more classical guitars , Fender often elsewhere.

It's a real attempt ergonomically sound, which has inspired other guitars.

Steve Klein, the maker has stopped production of these guitars, which are now rare. Rumors sometimes indicate the resumption of production.
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