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perfection

Michael Kelly Guitars Hex DeluxePublished on 07/25/11 at 10:20
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
that's good:
floyd the true vibrato
meca grover
Rockfield active pickups (emg not ....)
mahogany
bne button ...

UTILIZATION

there is perfect silence ...
I would try many emg it to see ....

SOUNDS

rather it is for the metal genre Jeff Hanneman ltd ....
but there is good sound, clean.

OVERALL OPINION

mtalleux of the rve, play your own ...
quality price ratio .... insolent??
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Michael Kelly Guitars Hex DeluxePublished on 04/24/09 at 02:44
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
-24 Fretes
-Floyd Rose Original
EMG-81 85 ACTIVE
-2 Volumes, 1 tone
-Set neck
GROOVERS-mechanical

UTILIZATION

The handle is very comfortable and efficient access to treble itself by itself.
of a personal perspective, I'm really a fan of the head that throws! she stands all alone, quite light.
for sound, c is the active, so it sounds. after a slight lack of personality as opposed to liabilities.

SOUNDS

J'm good metal, and scratches that it gives every c to ss.
harmonics scream and attack is very present.

I played on a square with a 5150 4x12 NOS (2 greenbacks top + 2 V30 below.
particular grain of amplifiers is completely restored by the guitar.
I avoid...…
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-24 Fretes
-Floyd Rose Original
EMG-81 85 ACTIVE
-2 Volumes, 1 tone
-Set neck
GROOVERS-mechanical

UTILIZATION

The handle is very comfortable and efficient access to treble itself by itself.
of a personal perspective, I'm really a fan of the head that throws! she stands all alone, quite light.
for sound, c is the active, so it sounds. after a slight lack of personality as opposed to liabilities.

SOUNDS

J'm good metal, and scratches that it gives every c to ss.
harmonics scream and attack is very present.

I played on a square with a 5150 4x12 NOS (2 greenbacks top + 2 V30 below.
particular grain of amplifiers is completely restored by the guitar.
I avoid putting too much distortion to the middle with a 3 / 4 and c is nikel.
For a good cons NOISE GATE will not be too much, the guitar gives so much power that it is necessary sometimes to calm her a bit ^ ^.

OVERALL OPINION

It's been 4 months and I've very happy with the purchase.
more for the price, it was quite a guitar slap in the high end.
on the other hand, flat for the MINI recording studio at home:
j am obliged to take my guitar into a passive enregistrer.J have Line 6 TonePort GX and the witness often saturates. TOO MUCH POWER lol.
on the other hand in concert and said, c is particularly excellent !!!!!
if it were to do again. I buy it back because:
-Very good price.
-Beautiful violin.
-Its very versatile.
Big-power
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  • Manufacturer: Michael Kelly Guitars
  • Model: Hex Deluxe
  • Category: Other Shape Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 01/09/2009

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Other names: hex deluxe, hexdeluxe

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