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« Rocket Deluxe »

Publié le 11/27/03 à 15:00
I bought this guitar because it is my first electric guitar and it was really cheap... One of the cheapest ones I'd say... I payed about 150$, and it's worth every penny I'd say.

It is quite playable, and it has a great sound.

The higher frets are very difficult to press, and the pickups are sometimes mycrophonics.

The fingerboard is made from quality rosewood, and the body is maple. It's not too heavy- just the right way.It has 2 regular picups, and a great humbucker. Mine has a great black finish, with no mistkes. It has 21 frets, a 5 - way switch, and 2X tone and 1X volume switch.

The sound quality is great, and the humbucker does his job perfectly. It's great for beginners, and with a price like that who wouldn't buy it...

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