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Lado Guitars FalconPublished on 05/01/10 at 03:56
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Guitar made in Canada by luthier Joe Kowacic. The C handle, very sweet and with a high radius (flat key Plutt, rosewood) through the body of the guitar, 24 frets, tune approx. 62 cm, width of 43 mm sleeve (nut) / 58 mm (24th key). The bridge is of type Badass with large screws: 2 for the pitch, 2 for string height, rglages individual tuning for each string.
2 Seymour Duncan splitables a rglage volume and rglage in shade for the 2 pickups. There is also the famous Varitone 5 positions which acts on both pickups Grover: Mechanical rglage of truss rod in the handle head. Everything is really high quality instrument making is beautiful textures of wood are highlighted on the body and the...…
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Guitar made in Canada by luthier Joe Kowacic. The C handle, very sweet and with a high radius (flat key Plutt, rosewood) through the body of the guitar, 24 frets, tune approx. 62 cm, width of 43 mm sleeve (nut) / 58 mm (24th key). The bridge is of type Badass with large screws: 2 for the pitch, 2 for string height, rglages individual tuning for each string.
2 Seymour Duncan splitables a rglage volume and rglage in shade for the 2 pickups. There is also the famous Varitone 5 positions which acts on both pickups Grover: Mechanical rglage of truss rod in the handle head. Everything is really high quality instrument making is beautiful textures of wood are highlighted on the body and the handle (saddle, rosewood, mahogany) finish really perfect, both for violin and for the electronic or fittings.

UTILIZATION

The handle is of extreme comfort, nail very pleasing, we have to get used to sr dimensions (short and wide enough) if we just played on a Stratocaster guitar is quite heavy but less than a Les Paul even when, well balance with a very good access to the treble. The sound tonne ds first contact, or Fender or Gibson, or anything known! But an amazingly wide and rich palette in which we lose a little beginners.

SOUNDS

For rock, blues and progressive, we found lot of potential, clean sounds are very rich. Lots of sustain, the pickups are excellent and thanks to rglages (split and Varitone) moving from one his blues / rock with great mids (SG style) crystal clear sound, rhythmic funk for gnial arpges (closer to layer or telecaster) The color of the sound is really particulire, very tense and palette, you must try it to believe it. For cons, I doubt that fans of hard metal or even a bit heavy to find their happiness.
After having quite TTONE I use 2 or 3 max rglages, including rhythms in clear, very sharp, and sounds more Lger blues overdrive. Varitone position 2 with two single coil pickups on is superb for rhythm corresponding to the positions of intermediates (very good) strata. Other positions Varitone may seem extreme or anecdotal, but for someone who likes to tweak and express

OVERALL OPINION

I use this guitar since I bought in 81, so that's a lot of time! I also availing oneself of other great guitars (Gibson LP Custom, Stratos, etc.). Lado but brings something else, plugs into a Roland JC120 (grain treble spring Manir incredible) or m my lamp on a Fender (Hot Rod Deluxe) is a real pleasure as well as a group than alone.
I bought this little guitar prs same time as my Les Paul Custom, the era they were worth the same price, from the coast of the FA has consistently climb, while the Lado have remained in the shadows, it seems that this is beginning to change and it really justified for these rare and excellent guitars. The brand still exists in Canada, and hosts training rputes luthiers. The latest issue models seem more oriented towards the metal, but the older models are looking across the Atlantic and become collectors: which I do not myself DCID s parry, no prize!
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  • Manufacturer: Lado Guitars
  • Model: Falcon
  • Category: Other Shape Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 05/01/2010

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