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Steinberger GM4ATPublished on 11/03/04 at 05:12
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Well as you see I sold my guitar, I'll try to stay as fair as possible ...
Guitar United States of the 80's / 90's
it has no head, graphite shaft 24 cases, screwed jumbo frets, body stocky, two micro EMG SA and 85, one volume, 5-way switch and tone active.
transtrem string vibrato then double ball ...

UTILIZATION

Access in acute impeccable (if you have pictures look good or is the cut ...) Despite a heavy heel junction body / sleeve.
Round handle well over the entire length, a little bomb button, a round of old strat ;-))
sitting, this skyscraper is a great play, it has an indentation at the vibrato that can play like a classic ...
standing, the drip pan is a little heavy is......
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Well as you see I sold my guitar, I'll try to stay as fair as possible ...
Guitar United States of the 80's / 90's
it has no head, graphite shaft 24 cases, screwed jumbo frets, body stocky, two micro EMG SA and 85, one volume, 5-way switch and tone active.
transtrem string vibrato then double ball ...

UTILIZATION

Access in acute impeccable (if you have pictures look good or is the cut ...) Despite a heavy heel junction body / sleeve.
Round handle well over the entire length, a little bomb button, a round of old strat ;-))
sitting, this skyscraper is a great play, it has an indentation at the vibrato that can play like a classic ...
standing, the drip pan is a little heavy is the bitch we say we have a les paul on the shoulder, how such a small gutar can be as heavy! otherwise the small size and gnial, we have not hit on and live in a small bar trs is enjoyable to feel free ...
The vibrato is pretty and can perform differently to agree without effort (we lower or increase the agreement of half tone half tone very easily) but less than a floyd (especially badly it is hard to settle ... I call a luthier who think it's one of the best vibrato if it is properly adjusted, I have to try and arrive not at all given a stay with this system ... so I do not use much or not at all especially since the former owner and is not a trifoullier endow more than me ... but hey just have to settle do ...)
you can also put a hand on it without risk (as with a fixed bridge ...)

SOUNDS

We have good branch.
The graphite shaft has a huge almost infinite sustain.
EMG's first surprise is not cold at all from it.
the simple sound good, well above the new strats but hey it was not an L series in the hands.
double or pest can be very mild, Tone worked wonders, radically changing the sound.
the sound is still very active typ. More carbon and maple to provide additional important acute and brightness. we love or hate.
to say we can do anything much can be done (if you get the sound of a strat buy a stratum, that of a les paul ben you need a les paul ...)

OVERALL OPINION

Well it's a very good guitar if you like, and it's a crap if you like it!
I like it (see the higher quality) but ...
- Need to find strings (with oscar music) and buy in case quantity, and if you like no addario you in the c.. (There is a simple adapter cord ball (see www.gibson.com / products / steinberger.html))
- It is heavy
- The location of the jack
- Must address this damn vibrato
- I keep it because I did not make a scratch and I like not collecting
- Of course is always better elsewhere

its not a lot of defects on the basis of quality (hehe)
I leave you good it made me alive to play
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  • Manufacturer: Steinberger
  • Model: GM4AT
  • Category: Other Shape Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 11/25/2004

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