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  • bowish10bowish10

    A rarity

    Musima DELUXE 25Published on 10/03/12 at 06:01
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Former GDR.
    Cordier right. Bridge inspired tune a O'matic.
    Bolt + trussrod;
    22 frets and freight zero.
    2 microphones. One volume, one tone varitone.Sélecteur + 3 positions.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is particularly thick but very comfortable for me.
    Access to acute is good. The guitar is well balanced and actually quite mild.
    The clean sound is really good, very aérien.Sans be at a Telecaster far from it, there is actually a real "twang" that emerges from this guitar.
    The saturated sound really depends on the amp and pedal. It gets things interesting all the same but this guitar is still typical blues.
    The tuners are certainly huge and very sensitive if the guitar fa…
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    Former GDR.
    Cordier right. Bridge inspired tune a O'matic.
    Bolt + trussrod;
    22 frets and freight zero.
    2 microphones. One volume, one tone varitone.Sélecteur + 3 positions.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is particularly thick but very comfortable for me.
    Access to acute is good. The guitar is well balanced and actually quite mild.
    The clean sound is really good, very aérien.Sans be at a Telecaster far from it, there is actually a real "twang" that emerges from this guitar.
    The saturated sound really depends on the amp and pedal. It gets things interesting all the same but this guitar is still typical blues.
    The tuners are certainly huge and very sensitive if the guitar falls but they fit perfectly in agreement even torturing the guitar.

    SOUNDS

    I'm pretty collector but I use it regularly enjoying.
    The blues sounds and just a little "crunchy", it is very convincing. On his big, fat or endless sustain, go your way ....
    With my blues junior fender, it really is a nice guitar that I do not séparerais.

    OVERALL OPINION

    5 years and always fun to find this guitar unlikely.
    The violin is good whatever is said.
    Its look is amazing and there is a true rarity fingers.
    This is a beautiful guitar: a tribute to the sixties ...
    If I lose tomorrow, I would look for another.
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  • orville.leoorville.leo

    Musima DELUXE 25Published on 09/03/06 at 11:31
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    See description of Iznogoud.

    UTILIZATION

    I've never had a guitar with a handle as rotten!
    For sound: rotten too, with one exception: a room with such an echo Ibanez DE7 was one of the 60's Twist. It's almost the sound of the Wild Cats!
    For this use and ONLY this one I note 8

    SOUNDS

    Perfect for a twist with its echo chamber. For the rest it is better to forget!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have 2 years and I use it exclusively for playing the Twist. The rest is impossible.
    I bought it for the look and I painted in gold and purple metallic: terrible!
    As part of this use rates seen an Ohio or Texas, is a good quality / price ratio.
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    See description of Iznogoud.

    UTILIZATION

    I've never had a guitar with a handle as rotten!
    For sound: rotten too, with one exception: a room with such an echo Ibanez DE7 was one of the 60's Twist. It's almost the sound of the Wild Cats!
    For this use and ONLY this one I note 8

    SOUNDS

    Perfect for a twist with its echo chamber. For the rest it is better to forget!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have 2 years and I use it exclusively for playing the Twist. The rest is impossible.
    I bought it for the look and I painted in gold and purple metallic: terrible!
    As part of this use rates seen an Ohio or Texas, is a good quality / price ratio.
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  • groovy bgroovy b

    Musima DELUXE 25Published on 06/20/09 at 12:31
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in Germany from the east, 2 singles, 1 volume, 1 tona and phase switch.

    UTILIZATION

    Typ sound trs, trs good for blues or rock ind!

    SOUNDS

    In open tuning and slide is great, the same for a good twang!

    OVERALL OPINION

    Good guitar that has the caracttre, if you like the big sound ibanez go your way, but if like me you give your chance to buy guitar in a poorly AIM!
  • deluxe25amateurdeluxe25amateur

    I really enjoy the speakers kelle CLEAR

    Musima DELUXE 25Published on 08/24/11 at 19:16
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    East Germany (former GDR)

    UTILIZATION

    I find it light enough (for a good old stove of course!)

    SOUNDS

    Well there is the problem: there's work before my little 25 deluxe home Musima so sound
    Even rotten I do not care!)

    OVERALL OPINION

    At the beginning she server deco wall and then one day I wanted to re-enter the (too much!)
  • MischkaMischka

    Musima DELUXE 25Published on 01/11/10 at 05:51
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    <strong>In which country was it made?</strong>

    A pure product of the former GDR (a program!)

    <strong>How many frets, what kind of microphone and their configuration?
    </strong>
    I can not remember the exact number of boxes but the handle has a zero freight.
    Two microphones simple, even simplistic!
    Swicht a kind Gibson to move from one micro to another, two knobs (volume and tone) and a sort of recess Varitone good shit ...

    <strong>What type of bridge (Floyd, Wilkinson ...)?</strong>

    Cordier fixed + bridge shit too.

    <strong>What kind of stick?
    </strong>
    Ahahahahah! Straddling a baseball bat and the biggest race of Fender Precision imaginable!

    UTILIZATION

    <stro…
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    <strong>In which country was it made?</strong>

    A pure product of the former GDR (a program!)

    <strong>How many frets, what kind of microphone and their configuration?
    </strong>
    I can not remember the exact number of boxes but the handle has a zero freight.
    Two microphones simple, even simplistic!
    Swicht a kind Gibson to move from one micro to another, two knobs (volume and tone) and a sort of recess Varitone good shit ...

    <strong>What type of bridge (Floyd, Wilkinson ...)?</strong>

    Cordier fixed + bridge shit too.

    <strong>What kind of stick?
    </strong>
    Ahahahahah! Straddling a baseball bat and the biggest race of Fender Precision imaginable!

    UTILIZATION

    <strong>The handle is it nice?
    </strong>
    It could be an eyesore, especially when you have little paws, but eventually it will.

    <strong>Access to acute (last string) Is it easy?</strong>

    Have nothing to worry fight for access to sharp when you play it!

    <strong>Ergonomics is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)?</strong>

    The guitar is light and fairly balanced. This is a nice copy of Jaguar / Jazzmaster with some specific details (the plate, head ...) that makes it quite original shot. I think this guitar is made of fir not top ... The finish is quite clean and paint really cheesy! I&#39;m on the East German factories at the time were making buffets or tables with the same colors!! The sunburst really makes me think of some old Italian or even Framus.
    Cons into question by the agreement and accuracy, it was really neat.

    <strong>Do you get a good sound easy?</strong>

    I do not think you can expect to find a sound comparable to current standards with this instrument ... is a major drawback for most guitarists, but it can also be an advantage ...

    SOUNDS

    <strong>Are they suitable for your style of music?</strong>

    While I was doing minimalist pop at low volumes or surfing (or YéhYéh), it was perfect for me ... when I&#39;m ironing on planes more rock&#39;n&#39;roll, I immediately ... hook on the wall of my room! But I guess it can be very interesting in open tuning with a slide and then completely the opposite with many effects on a huge amp to do something very noise ... avé lot of feedback (Sonic Youth, My Bloody Valentine, among other things ...).
    To forget the garage and punk: not enough fish (I tried ...).

    <strong>With what (s) amplifier (s) or effect (s) do you play?</strong>

    Clean sound on my Vox AC30, she spent a lot ... also with a reverb or echo (I guess) but its lost a lot of its definition with overdrive ... On transistor amps is simply attroce ... rough, dry, crachouillant ...

    <strong>What kind of sound you get and with what settings ("crystalline", "fat ",....)?</strong>

    Very highly crystalline ... glingling at all stages whether in micro serious, acute or intermediate ... and species of Varitone not change a thing ... if not it could be even more crap ...

    <strong>What are the sounds you prefer, you hate?</strong>

    Favorites: The semi-clear sound boxes, Ricken 12-strings and LP / SG Junior overdrive .... short between the sound bright and crunch ...
    Hated: the big sound of metalheads ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    <strong>For how long have you been using it?

    </strong> I bought on a whim in 2002 after cooked ... it was new and yet appeared to date from the years 60 ... the seller of the store had read a little mark quickly and presented me as a "Musicman" (ahahah!) - unless he wanted to take me for a ham ... ? - Anyway I remember it was the first purchase I made in Euros!
    I kept it until 2005, at which time I had to part with it to finance another purchase.

    <strong>What thing do you like most/least about it?</strong>

    What&#39;s more: the look of course, but she is pretty good ... not enough ... soundness, its cheap and very special instrument indeed endearing.
    The -: the handle recess ... and his absolute lack of versatility ... ?

    <strong>Did you try many other models before getting this one?</strong>

    Yes, the tones!

    <strong>What is your opinion about the value for the price?</strong>

    Excellent! A typical scratch instruments early 60s (but it dates back to 70/80), right, and new accrodable to 150 €, it was very correct.

    <strong>Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice?
    </strong>
    At that price? Of course! Let me explain another owner of this instrument falls totally on this forum, it is his opinion. For my part, I think it&#39;s interesting tool for the customer sometimes I am particularly because of the characteristics mentioned above.
    Musim this may have its place in a set of several guitars (between a Telecaster and an old Silvertone) and specific plans.
    Finally, it has (for me) this is more endearing side of beginner guitar is actually more like! The Egmond, Eko and other Ohio 60&#39;s are now surquotée and are no better (well for the ones I played) that this small Musim ... Which brings us back directly to the origins of the guitar affordable ... almost a piece of history that shovel!

    Conclusion: I still think that we should not Strop raving about the price, between 150 and 250 € (in good condition) it is correct, beyond ... You really have to want it!!
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  • Life61lineLife61line

    A UFO

    Musima DELUXE 25Published on 10/02/10 at 12:51
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in East Germany until the 70s.
    The bridge is fixed to the Manir an old Gibson with a tailpiece law.
    On mine, the nut is metal.
    The handle is standard in its thickness. However, its shape makes me pleasant and CHAC to serious (despite my little finger) is not very handicap.
    The head is unique in my collection, very large, very longue.Esthtiquement is either you cry foul stroke of genius either.
    22 frets with zero fret counting. Another originality.
    2 micros simple that reveal, for my part, a lot of wealth in the sounds clean.
    1 volume, a tonality a selector 3 positions and a Varitone (want want!)

    UTILIZATION

    The guitar is lgre, contrary to the opinion of some.
    I find …
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    Made in East Germany until the 70s.
    The bridge is fixed to the Manir an old Gibson with a tailpiece law.
    On mine, the nut is metal.
    The handle is standard in its thickness. However, its shape makes me pleasant and CHAC to serious (despite my little finger) is not very handicap.
    The head is unique in my collection, very large, very longue.Esthtiquement is either you cry foul stroke of genius either.
    22 frets with zero fret counting. Another originality.
    2 micros simple that reveal, for my part, a lot of wealth in the sounds clean.
    1 volume, a tonality a selector 3 positions and a Varitone (want want!)

    UTILIZATION

    The guitar is lgre, contrary to the opinion of some.
    I find it really good in the sense oavec all other attributes sometimes a bit bizarre that guitar, he participated in Completely changing universe. By picking and arpges, I am a true rgal.C is much more special when you want to play it Gilmour, Andy Powell and Alex Lifeson.
    But it fits, it fits ...
    In the sounds clean, with a Carvin lamps, it is almost all good. A few stray passes but ds electronics.
    Then, with a rack of effects, it is a good crunchy mtallique (thank you Varitone) or the research sustain the absolute Gary Moore. Two, go your way ...

    SOUNDS

    No fat fatty guitare.Mais that the Arian without a doubt.
    Carvin a lamp, a crate 120 and a Peavey TransTube
    The clean and the reverb go really well.
    The super saturated all knobs background is really special .... It's all or nothing.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Just four months alternating with a layer of the same brand (absolutely divine), a Vantage 575, 79, an ES 335 to 71 and a Epiphone LP
    The Vantage and Gibson could pay 30 Musim deluxe 25.
    For the price (100 euros) and the original, I Rasht ds tomorrow. At least for cousp intresss eye on the paternal.
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