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Morris HS ANDERSON PartII "designed by P.Vrolant"
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  • The Silver SurferThe Silver Surfer

    Morris HS ANDERSON PartII "designed by P.Vrolant"Published on 05/18/07 at 10:50
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Hello,

    I suspect that this guitar is not worth much, or more prcisemment she's a little Exceeds. But I when I was rvais Lycén so if you see one that trane somewhere, I'm interested.

    Thank you,
    The Silver Surfer

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  • david chikondavid chikon

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    Morris HS ANDERSON PartII "designed by P.Vrolant"Published on 06/25/14 at 14:03
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Original Japanese bass very good, round 2 octaves, crossing, flat fingerboard.
    This is the form that is unlike any other bass that makes it unique.
    Two microphones splitables independently of one another.

    UTILIZATION

    Very enjoyable to play standing, sitting. Channel not super fine, not overly wide, it is like that and it suits him well.
    Weight a little tiring perhaps, but it is solid wood.
    Its pretty typical 70's.

    SOUNDS

    I love the instrument, I will not be objective while for me.

    OVERALL OPINION

    The model was available in low and guitar, the two are terrible!
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    Original Japanese bass very good, round 2 octaves, crossing, flat fingerboard.
    This is the form that is unlike any other bass that makes it unique.
    Two microphones splitables independently of one another.

    UTILIZATION

    Very enjoyable to play standing, sitting. Channel not super fine, not overly wide, it is like that and it suits him well.
    Weight a little tiring perhaps, but it is solid wood.
    Its pretty typical 70's.

    SOUNDS

    I love the instrument, I will not be objective while for me.

    OVERALL OPINION

    The model was available in low and guitar, the two are terrible!
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  • exinexin

    Morris HS ANDERSON PartII "designed by P.Vrolant"Published on 05/30/07 at 05:00
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    "Made in Japan" late 70's and early 80
    2 microphones splitables has DiMarzio, 11 -12 k,
    The neck-through, 24 frets,

    UTILIZATION

    Finicion beautiful, nice handle

    SOUNDS

    Numerous possibilities for the (1, 1 +2, 2 with 1 and 2 humbucker or single coil) and the volume control and tone for each pickup! Very good sustain (given the neck-through)

    OVERALL OPINION

    Nice guitar, good and rare ... some pictures of www.laco.biz / morris.htm (the guitar is not for sale)
  • DiesecDiesec

    Morris HS ANDERSON PartII "designed by P.Vrolant"Published on 12/15/07 at 13:31
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Japan
    24 Frets 2 double reverse-phase
    Solid brass bridge, heavy but rigid
    2 volumes, 2 tones
    Driver Channel

    UTILIZATION

    Channel a bit wide
    Finish, a little light, but it is even 81-82 Gibson was a bit small e this side at this time
    Easy access to acute and more 25 years before
    Rather light
    Beau's easy, all styles

    SOUNDS

    Suitable for all styles for Funk ROCK
    No sound as my crystal ultra fade Charvel of the time
    Peavey Classic 30, but it most closely to the Marshall 75w 84
    Phase bridge the blues or handle his hard fat
    Big Sustain

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought this guitar 25 years ago now!
    I've always liked its shape and its sound and its w…
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    Japan
    24 Frets 2 double reverse-phase
    Solid brass bridge, heavy but rigid
    2 volumes, 2 tones
    Driver Channel

    UTILIZATION

    Channel a bit wide
    Finish, a little light, but it is even 81-82 Gibson was a bit small e this side at this time
    Easy access to acute and more 25 years before
    Rather light
    Beau's easy, all styles

    SOUNDS

    Suitable for all styles for Funk ROCK
    No sound as my crystal ultra fade Charvel of the time
    Peavey Classic 30, but it most closely to the Marshall 75w 84
    Phase bridge the blues or handle his hard fat
    Big Sustain

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought this guitar 25 years ago now!
    I've always liked its shape and its sound and its wide range.
    Glad to know so long after that he left others and they seem to be appreciated.
    Without a NAME, in fact, I always was the only one to speak well. Guitarists from home does not dry up my praise for Gibson!
    I have been amazed by this one.
    She was also the first ...
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