U.S. manufacturing in the factory of Neptune, New Jersey in 1977.
The body is walnut, beautifully set off by a varnish pais virtually indestructible.
22 frets, 2 humbucker pickups super distortion (in lieu of other mics of origin). 2 rglages volume and tone controls and a 3-position selector.
The bridge is fixed very roots and hassle free.
The handle is aluminum with wood inserts for comfort and warmth.
Photo available on the site is that of my guitar.
It's mostly a feeling of stiffness and solidity that gives any evidence that aluminum handle. This obviously affects the sound and sustain. The handle vibrates much less than on a normal guitar, It can be quite destabilization accumulate at beginners.
CASC is average for acute, but correct. Comfort level and ease of play, we're in a very crude and basic crneau n'empche that nothing in a game a little sporty.
Because of the inertia of the guitar, the sounds seem very easy exit. Well, the big negatives point is the balance of the guitar. The head looks because of the weight of the handle, it must hold for it does not sting the nose.
It is an uncompromising guitar for rock. The pickups are super distortion sounds fantastic in big crunch as saturation. Both consistent and specific on, sounds are all very satisfactory. Having had the fender before, I found myself in another world.
It is a favorite guitar, quite rare in France. This is a guitar that matches my expectations Contents of simplicity and aesthetics. I used to rock instrumental genre of Don Caballero, OXES, paper tiger, "math rock". It's been two years since I have it, and by delegates from Respectfully an idea that I have music that I practice. A guitar concept somehow. Raw, minimalist, and efficient style.
It's almost a work of art for me, then I pay 900 euros did not make much sense and seem drisoire given the unique opportunity cluck.
Being a fan of shellac, I tried first a travis bean. Alas, not found in France and fawn all overpriced. I am very happy to finally came across this 450 G.