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    SFG (Steve Fouché Guitars) FFPublished on 05/03/13 at 07:12
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in France by luthier steve foucher.
    the body of the guitar is a solid piece of wood (I could not tell you what wood was used) and the cut is just great: in addition to the mouth, the whole shape is ergonomically I've never found except on Parker fly mojo. it is 100% comfort.
    It is a bit heavy but nothing nab scoliosis.
    For configuration one has two humbucker DiMarzio (a fred in the neck, a x2n in the bridge), a volume knob and a knob for the tone. the selector has three positions Gibson guy. an original floyd rose.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle: it is fine, slap, and no one forces you appreciate the ease of play it offers.

    Ergonomics is (for me) one of the huge benefits of......
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    Made in France by luthier steve foucher.
    the body of the guitar is a solid piece of wood (I could not tell you what wood was used) and the cut is just great: in addition to the mouth, the whole shape is ergonomically I've never found except on Parker fly mojo. it is 100% comfort.
    It is a bit heavy but nothing nab scoliosis.
    For configuration one has two humbucker DiMarzio (a fred in the neck, a x2n in the bridge), a volume knob and a knob for the tone. the selector has three positions Gibson guy. an original floyd rose.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle: it is fine, slap, and no one forces you appreciate the ease of play it offers.

    Ergonomics is (for me) one of the huge benefits of this guitar. It is balanced and hugs the body. each curve is there to help the musician: a total success!
    Access to acute is perfect and we're not bothered by a heel junction body / neck imposing the contrary is hallucinating the comfort provided by this form of the heel, which allows you to play over the last boxes without difficulty.

    For sound: and yes the sound is good, very good even. two microphones, very different in their tones offer a very wide range that can cover any register. to handle the lens is clean and slamming wish, Trestle is war with the x2n which no lack of gain that will delight fans of big punchy distortion. harmonics out on their own and sustain ... is incredibly long (thank you bear up the system!) short jazz to death metal through the country: you can do everything and always with great sound quality. (Though for my part I use most in a metal register / death / prog)

    Are they suitable for your style of music?
    yes, this is totally happiness to all floors.

    SOUNDS

    I have 7 years and it is a dream come true because I had a crush on this little-known guitars luthier and I dreamed a few years before finding an opportunity! I use it daily and I'm still in love.

    Have you tried many other models before buying it?
    I have several guitars and I've tried a lot (I'm seller repair guitar), this one is totally what I wanted and I find it far above many more expensive instruments. (we're in of handmade)

    With experience, you do again this choice?

    completely. I'll bite your fingers to miss considering the price that I got it. In addition, it belonged to a guitarist that I love (John Fontanille).

    OVERALL OPINION

    How would you rate the quality / price? this guitar is around 2000 euros for the maker, it is far from being exaggerated when there is production quality, originality of design, ergonomics and playability they offer. I got 500 euros used because it is a generous friend who sold it to me (thank you again).
    If I wrote this opinion is mainly to know the luthier who had only one review aupour do know this maker which had only one review audiofanzine and deserves more recognition. some groups who have used or are using guitars SFG: NIHIL, ZOMBIE EATERS, Breakdust. see also the article by judge fred on guitars steve foucher: https://www.judge-fredd.fr/spip.php?article103
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  • SFG (Steve Fouché Guitars) FFPublished on 06/12/08 at 00:56
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - Guitar factory in France (it is a maker of Bordeaux)
    - The frets are jumbo (or according to convenience)
    - Micro configuration: 2 Double
    - Bridge Floyd Rose Original or Wilkinson
    - A volume and two tone (pull for puss splitter mics) slecteur three position
    - Handle type "Bear up". Channel driver (sword spcial aluminum alloy of the indoor handle), handle stocky, key bne (modified according to taste)
    - Mahogany body (or other advantage is the luthier)

    UTILIZATION

    Channel low profile but not the ibanez and it must fit the pice of aluminum, it remains enjoyable trs.
    Access in acute dcoupe is facilitated by an ergonomic and a junction between the body and mache (push the......
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    - Guitar factory in France (it is a maker of Bordeaux)
    - The frets are jumbo (or according to convenience)
    - Micro configuration: 2 Double
    - Bridge Floyd Rose Original or Wilkinson
    - A volume and two tone (pull for puss splitter mics) slecteur three position
    - Handle type "Bear up". Channel driver (sword spcial aluminum alloy of the indoor handle), handle stocky, key bne (modified according to taste)
    - Mahogany body (or other advantage is the luthier)

    UTILIZATION

    Channel low profile but not the ibanez and it must fit the pice of aluminum, it remains enjoyable trs.
    Access in acute dcoupe is facilitated by an ergonomic and a junction between the body and mache (push the hand shape).
    it is a guitar that is very well balance with a typical rock form, marketed for model (APRS is always possible to be even Defines the shape, c ' is a luthier)
    the weight is correct, it's a mahogany body, it is not wood Cajot so we really have a guitar in his hands.
    the sound is easy to obtain, with a rock orientation well see more ...

    I put 9 because it is necessary to take into account the tastes of all those who want a guitar Balloch, for example: go your way!

    SOUNDS

    I play rock, hard rock ... lamps on a marshall
    No problem convincing the violin, the case of al trs good job, the fingers and it feels rgalent linstrument vibrate freely, trs cest fun.
    trs is effective in its distortion, its shape actually sounds privilgie crunch and saturated. We're not going to do with jazz, although ...
    clean sound, the sound is scultable easily with the possibility to split the pickups.
    Submitted is a lot of guitar sustain (even with a floyd rose) through the structure by which the aluminum sleeve to block the floyd nut.
    say that one is on the violin fine with matrial quality and manufacturing quality irrprochable.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a year, what I like most is the neck-with its fixed structure that can endure for consquence n'impote what pulling rope, never be afraid to twist the handle or other, so that a handle no ncessite rglage life!
    what I like about my version is a custom that MODEL has a Dtuner with particularity Dtun can not make the sets as the floyd Dtuner marketed. very practical when you have a floyd.
    the handle is made according to my expectations with jumbo frets quite for agreements barret bomb down the shaft and s'applatisse gradually as one moves up the treble for easy solos.
    bne in key does not forgive mistakes scratch! it's a guitar in the trs prcise games.
    Price relative quality: excellent, it's violin so it's more expensive than the ibanez but for example the first model is around 1200 euros so ...

    MODEL you can see my my profile. I is not yet done but will sample.
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