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Squier Cyclone
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Squier Cyclone

Other Shape Guitar from Squier .

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guyzard guyzard
Publié le 10/14/06 à 07:43
To see previous ones CHARACTERISTICS posts

UTILIZATION

... The handle all wood, so handy for little fingers wet, and trs simple slip on!
access to the treble is quite simple, even if playing the low E in 22 is not easy
trs good ergonomics, quite nice, but a heavy chouilla (o least proves that it's not a toy)
... and its great! I play on a vox ad 30 vt and modeling with the guitar is awesome!
I find that even the distortion of a fender is good!

SOUNDS

I play a little bit of everything it is perfect, even if the amp has a lot to ...
the clean: perfect (a strat EST!)
the disto: respectable

OVERALL OPINION

The top plays from 6 months
the clean sound is really great
it is cheap for its price, but in the same style, check out the Cort x-6 (but less prestigious Exellente)
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