Made by the luthier Christophe Leduc in 1984 this guitar is a merveille.elle is mounted microphone with delicate arms Shaller smaller than the D3.
The playability is impeccable ... slight and easy to play this guitar wanders in both rhythm solo.seule small problem: when you hit the bumps a lil somewhere asked forgiveness for 2 hours but I put him 10/10 when meme.niark Niark
Micro Shaller is a wonder it is fishing in saturated or clair.toute the note stand out well and many nuances to them hereunder.
My first guitar electrique.je have bought my father was 2 years ago (14 years, I worked hard to get it) for the ridiculous sum of 300euros and I only play this guitar if you là.donc have the chance to buy one to go eyes closed ... you do not let go plus.je about 10 hours of repeats all week and tell you that the beast does not weaken a poil.allez then take a ride leduc site and look to the guitars and bass you'll be on the c..
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Rems9's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Perfect"
Made in France (the photo is a D3).
Channel Driver (not screwed as in a previous notice) 22 boxes
2 humbuckers (splitter when their tone is knob 10): initially 2 Schaller, I replaced the bridge pickup with a Seymour Duncan SHS8.
1 volume and 1 tone micro
1 3 position selector
Handle very fine, ultra-fast (especially for me who have small fingers). I have tried many guitars, the only race I've found is the best Musicman Vanhalen.
Guitar very light and very well quilibrée.
Access to acute is perfect with no heel (race driver)
In sound ... Not easy to say, it also depends on the amp ... I would say the media are very low, it has a very square attack is a very guitar rock. The sustain is incredible.
I play with a Marshall Valvestate 40W. The distorted sounds are perfect whatever the level of saturation. The clean sounds are more complicated to manage, the bass a little too fresh for my taste, I put the saigus fully (or almost ... not to the microphone splitter)
I have since 1990 ... More than 20 years. It was manufactured in 1983 (serial number: D2 924C) and has not moved a hair. Excellent value for money because I bought a cousin who gave it to me for 1500 F at the time.
I tried many models since then, including the essential Les Paul, Start, Tele, Ibanez or excellent. Only the Musicman Van Halen almost made me change ... And finally no, I keep my Leduc.
This guitar has an incredible personality. My dream: to gather as to order a tailor-Christophe Leduc!