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Peavey HP Signature EX
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Peavey HP Signature EX

Other Shape Guitar from Peavey .

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Peavey HP Signature EXPublished on 07/05/07 at 07:57
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
22 frets, micro Peavy HH
Tune-o-matic
2 potenciomètres volume (by a microphone) and a tone, a selector
set neck (very thin!) palisandres keys, copra in Agathis

UTILIZATION

Very nice and smooth handle very short, long handle fan refrain!

Access to the last cargo without any problems without flared hand on the body of the guitar! I rarely had the opportunity to see a guitar which allows access easier!

the guitar itself is very small which gives it a certain style but very well proportioned

The weight is very resonant! in concert, it was not the shoulder that fails, it is the main
Very easy to set, fans of metal, rock, and its very hot ClaI will be very satisfied
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22 frets, micro Peavy HH
Tune-o-matic
2 potenciomètres volume (by a microphone) and a tone, a selector
set neck (very thin!) palisandres keys, copra in Agathis

UTILIZATION

Very nice and smooth handle very short, long handle fan refrain!

Access to the last cargo without any problems without flared hand on the body of the guitar! I rarely had the opportunity to see a guitar which allows access easier!

the guitar itself is very small which gives it a certain style but very well proportioned

The weight is very resonant! in concert, it was not the shoulder that fails, it is the main
Very easy to set, fans of metal, rock, and its very hot ClaI will be very satisfied

SOUNDS

I play Led Zeppelin's one of my groups and the metal with another and it fit perfectly! I also use an LTD EC2005 with micro active emg 81/60 (very good) and frankly sometimes I hesitate, against which I'll get to play

I use it with any amp marshall JCM DSL 401 lights! it gives great!

ery is a hot and crystalline fat or not matte!

of a very hot and very powerful uen with big clear sound distortion and the girls to tears! pdt arpeggios, no gréssillement neither agree

OVERALL OPINION

I've had two months and I'm not disappointed, the only thing I regret a c'es can finish, there are things like the paintings of 1cm ² not smooth on one side (but it's good nothing)

it is very small and light, is not negligible and has a sn terrible!

The primary value is quite interrescent! I had more advice for guitarist Nuveau medium or advanced

I would do the same choice without hesitation, sound, style, everything is there!
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  • Manufacturer: Peavey
  • Model: HP Signature EX
  • Category: Other Shape Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 07/14/2005

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Other names: hp signature ex, hpsignatureex, hp signatureex

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