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  • PhiBeePhiBee

    Inseparable

    Leduc D3Published on 04/28/14 at 03:13
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    French manufacturing. Very good finish.
    Channel driver ebony, 22 frets.
    Seymour Duncan SH7 (humbucker), with push-pull for each.

    UTILIZATION

    Good ergonomics, light, thin and fast neck.
    Varieties because of its push-pull from single humbucker. mainly depends on the type of amp after.

    SOUNDS

    Suitable for different types of music.
    Personally: rock, jazz, fusion, brazil, afro.
    Lack a "tad" attack single coil, but compensated with a compressor.
    Carvin used on XV112E (all-tube): Wholesale its insured.
    Primarily with a classic Peavey Stereo 212 (mosfet) and Hughes & Kettner amp

    OVERALL OPINION

    Over 25 years of use, still happy :)
    One refrettage and …
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    French manufacturing. Very good finish.
    Channel driver ebony, 22 frets.
    Seymour Duncan SH7 (humbucker), with push-pull for each.

    UTILIZATION

    Good ergonomics, light, thin and fast neck.
    Varieties because of its push-pull from single humbucker. mainly depends on the type of amp after.

    SOUNDS

    Suitable for different types of music.
    Personally: rock, jazz, fusion, brazil, afro.
    Lack a "tad" attack single coil, but compensated with a compressor.
    Carvin used on XV112E (all-tube): Wholesale its insured.
    Primarily with a classic Peavey Stereo 212 (mosfet) and Hughes & Kettner amp

    OVERALL OPINION

    Over 25 years of use, still happy :)
    One refrettage and readjustment (light) during this period.
    Possessor of other guitars, it remains my favorite because of its versatility and lightness, appreciable on stage!
    Yes, I would do this choice, even though this model is no longer made (except custom I think)
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  • golgothonegolgothone

    excellent guitar

    Leduc D3Published on 12/28/11 at 11:42
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    race driver, a highway. French skyscraper. 22 frets. 1 volume and 2 tones as a stratum (same config)

    UTILIZATION

    équavalent access to a Fender Start but mieuxxx

    SOUNDS

    suitable for all styles: I thought so for rock blues jazz ... and .... surprise! metal as it dépaute follle ... but I have a very rare model mounted 3 x emg active

    OVERALL OPINION

    Since 1983, it overtook a 1972 Stratocaster, a 65 mustang were my guitars of the era
  • monolithemonolithe

    Leduc D3Published on 11/03/04 at 04:07
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Channel driver, fixed bridge brass (which gives more sustain than a classic bridge), 2 doubles, 2 volume, 2 tone, 3-position selector

    UTILIZATION

    Good guitar, trs good handle (thin, flat, it looks like a bit of an ibanez with a big stick for those who have put their hands on a JS 1000 ...)

    SOUNDS

    The microphone is a serious duncan 59 so its good roots
    the microphone is an acute gibson 458T of SG, the SG sounds trs

    OVERALL OPINION

    Overall, it's a good guitar.
    large default it stings the nose and the position of the belt clip (toward the heel) does not help
    it can do many things (such as SG but with a super round ...)
    (The scratch tool to play well on …
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    Channel driver, fixed bridge brass (which gives more sustain than a classic bridge), 2 doubles, 2 volume, 2 tone, 3-position selector

    UTILIZATION

    Good guitar, trs good handle (thin, flat, it looks like a bit of an ibanez with a big stick for those who have put their hands on a JS 1000 ...)

    SOUNDS

    The microphone is a serious duncan 59 so its good roots
    the microphone is an acute gibson 458T of SG, the SG sounds trs

    OVERALL OPINION

    Overall, it's a good guitar.
    large default it stings the nose and the position of the belt clip (toward the heel) does not help
    it can do many things (such as SG but with a super round ...)
    (The scratch tool to play well on a Les Paul, Tom Morello of shit, yet it sounds terrible ...)
    in fact I sold one
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  • Alain3009Alain3009

    Leduc D3Published on 04/10/11 at 05:55
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    A guitar Designed and made in France in the Vosges in the 80's by a team of enthusiasts whose Christophe Leduc.

    The official description:

    structure: 22 frets, neck-, d = 630 mm (24.8 ")
    Neck: Maple Canadian
    button: Ebony
    body: alder Alsace
    pickups: 2 Seymour Duncan SH7
    mail: passive selector 3 positions
    bridge: Leduc CG3 bronze, three points
    Mechanical: Gotoh
    2 vols (push-pull 1 or 2 coils) and 2 tones
    thickness of the handle: 1 fret: 21 mm, 12 °: 22.5 mm
    string gap at nut: 7 mm
    at bridge: 10.5 mm
    Dimensions: 940 x 320 x 55 mm
    Average weight: 2.9 Kg

    UTILIZATION

    The Leduc D3 is a single guitar, a kind of successful synthesis of the best traditions of Fender and Gi…
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    A guitar Designed and made in France in the Vosges in the 80's by a team of enthusiasts whose Christophe Leduc.

    The official description:

    structure: 22 frets, neck-, d = 630 mm (24.8 ")
    Neck: Maple Canadian
    button: Ebony
    body: alder Alsace
    pickups: 2 Seymour Duncan SH7
    mail: passive selector 3 positions
    bridge: Leduc CG3 bronze, three points
    Mechanical: Gotoh
    2 vols (push-pull 1 or 2 coils) and 2 tones
    thickness of the handle: 1 fret: 21 mm, 12 °: 22.5 mm
    string gap at nut: 7 mm
    at bridge: 10.5 mm
    Dimensions: 940 x 320 x 55 mm
    Average weight: 2.9 Kg

    UTILIZATION

    The Leduc D3 is a single guitar, a kind of successful synthesis of the best traditions of Fender and Gibson combined. This kind of attempt has often been instruments bland and without personality. For the D3 is not the case. Why? Because it is endowed with a more original design, combining finesse beautiful colors (ultramarine blue Ah!), A golden fittings (solid brass easel house) and a nice round driver.
    This handle is a real success, fine and flat like a Gibson, it is fast and accurate with a great access in the treble. In addition, the D3 is a lightweight (only 3 kgs) and I find it well balanced unlike the previous opinion. The tuners are excellent (and Gotoh).

    SOUNDS

    The D3 is very versatile. What characterizes this guitar is the sustain either its light or in full, despite its light weight.
    - Using dual microphones windings gives a sound very Rock is his favorite. The Seymour Duncan SH7 (corresponding to SH6n today) is a major output level. I had to lower my settings for saturation with respect to a Lespaul. The well fatty Knopfler on "Money for nothing" is his thing! Saturation, the D3 excels. In return, the sound is less clear round and a warm Gibson, a little slap.
    - Using the microphone in a simple grave, we obtain a sound "strato" lens with a nice definition quite convincing, perfect for rhythm in his clear, thus compensating for the relative failure in his double-clear.
    - Using the microphone acute simple, we get a sound "TV" quite convincing.
    Avoid like to play often with 2 microphones simultaneously, it is less good.
    By coupling my D3 with excellent pedal Korg AX1000G, I composed a wide range of sound for my D3 and it is a treat!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought my D3 Used 3 months ago. I almost buy a new one in 1983, I caught up!
    Since then, I no longer use it, she excels in everything and she is more beautiful ...
    If you cross the path of a D3 (only 2000 units produced between 1982 and 1986), try and get away with.
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