90s Japanese guitar (model just released and very rare)
24 frets, phénolite handle, flat and wide as I love them!
2 large pickups with a coil for each of the circular pads! which are not arranged on the same row but with a staggered spacing of 2 cm which produced a great definition and a lot of relief in the sound.
The active electronics (1 9v battery) gives this guitar many combinations of sounds very punchy, stinging, and crystal. The ideal for funk and arpeggios as police.
When this little bomb attacks a disto ... it retains its accuracy.
Vibrato, even crushed, shot, keeps accuracy. More stable, less bulky than a Floyd. Changing strings easy! not to mention the handle of a large facility, with easy access to the 24th fret.
The SOLEC is light and solid body is rather slim elegant contours.
My model is a slightly glittery burgundy, it makes me think of the Musicman Luke home.
The fittings and mechanical oil bath is black.
As described above, the sounds are scathing and accurate, which requires a game accordingly. It is an effective guitar in the studio, with direct effects added to the mix. I live on a branch Digitech GNX4 with thick double loadings. I gladly would object to my sounds rather creamy Ibanez Jem 7 ... they complement each other beautifully to play metal (taping, dive bombs, tremolo etc ...)
This guitar is a phenomenon unknown. It holds the road in front of my scrapers + legendary (strato U.S. 89, LGXT Godin, Steve Vai Jem 7)
Nothing negative to report, I love her look both sensuous and technology with its name inscribed on the body axis in the ropes.
I have no idea but its rating is the best!