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Publié le 11/02/09 à 09:11
-Usa
Prs-vibrato, outstanding holding of the agreement for a non-floyd
-Fat
-22
-See description on the website for the 13 sounds

UTILIZATION

Fat-fat
-Very good
-Yes
- Bof ....

SOUNDS

-No, she does everything well without plsu, lack of true personality, even in full humbucker, it does not sound ... prs
-C is very very dry at any position, not rounded
Plexi-and mesa boogie correct
Intermediate them are pleasant, but the guitar is not worth the investment, the sounds are cold, lack of thickness, and very dry.
J have owned and sold (to regret now) a prs cu 22 which was very much on top in terms of sound
big disappointment

OVERALL OPINION

I've owned the 2 months
-Bcp bcp. Sui I finally stayed with a Les Paul, an SG, a Stratocaster, a Telecaster trussart, CA is 4 J have the guitar but at least the best of all worlds
J have been compared 513 with each of these guitars has lost four in each race records
Most versatile, perfect for playing a ball or a wedding
The - does nothing as the "great"
-Mediocre
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