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  • jeandomatjeandomat

    Lecherf 006Published on 12/27/07 at 06:04
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The picture of this guitar is the site of Thibault Lecherf:
    www.lecherfguitars.com. It was made in Reims. The handle is a conductor (not glued or screwed: it crosses the guitar through and through).
    The pickups are di Marzio. The coil is double, and asked for a switch for single splitter.
    There are 22 boxes. This guitar is special in two respects:
    -On the one hand, the body makes it look like a tropical insect. I find it very beautiful, especially the work of sculpture is remarkable. It is quite impossible to find this on a standard instrument, regardless of price.
    , On the other hand, the handle has many pearl inlays. I did not know if it was possible to achieve this result, but …
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    The picture of this guitar is the site of Thibault Lecherf:
    www.lecherfguitars.com. It was made in Reims. The handle is a conductor (not glued or screwed: it crosses the guitar through and through).
    The pickups are di Marzio. The coil is double, and asked for a switch for single splitter.
    There are 22 boxes. This guitar is special in two respects:
    -On the one hand, the body makes it look like a tropical insect. I find it very beautiful, especially the work of sculpture is remarkable. It is quite impossible to find this on a standard instrument, regardless of price.
    , On the other hand, the handle has many pearl inlays. I did not know if it was possible to achieve this result, but the talent of the Thibault allowed.
    The neck is maple and mahogany, and maple body and amaranth.
    Indeed, one can ask any Thibault, and it will direct you to the right choices. His guitars are "on board".

    UTILIZATION

    Yes to all questions. The varnish is great, and the handle is all the more enjoyable. I asked the curve was well reproduced and this helps to facilitate the handling of the guitar.
    Due to my choice of microphones, the sound is clear and powerful. Be careful with large paw strokes, especially since I play on mesa boogie ...

    SOUNDS

    The sounds go in both clear that distortion. The choice of wood is then fully justified ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's been a year since I have this guitar, and I do not regret that choice at all. The price / quality ratio is very good. Any comparison with a standard guitar is irrelevant.
    What I like about this guitar is its handle, so beautiful and pleasant.
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