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chelmichelmi

Steinberger USA GM-7SAPublished on 04/26/07 at 09:39
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Guitar made in USA.

24 frets, electronic active EMG 3 (2 doubles and a single). Volume, Tone and switch to select single / double coil.

Steinberger bridge, but less stable and prcis dcoiffant the Floyd Rose.

Graphite shaft, prcis, ergonomic JUST throughout its length.

UTILIZATION

Extremely easy to handle.

Its versatile and plastic, because of the quality of microphones and electronic active.

SOUNDS

I played with a Triaxis / G.Major / Marshall 2x80 ... has been severe.
It sounds as live-to-disk on computer using Guitar Rig, for example.

OVERALL OPINION

I play for three years. Difficult to find fault with ... if may be, the power supply door screwed ... Systm......
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Guitar made in USA.

24 frets, electronic active EMG 3 (2 doubles and a single). Volume, Tone and switch to select single / double coil.

Steinberger bridge, but less stable and prcis dcoiffant the Floyd Rose.

Graphite shaft, prcis, ergonomic JUST throughout its length.

UTILIZATION

Extremely easy to handle.

Its versatile and plastic, because of the quality of microphones and electronic active.

SOUNDS

I played with a Triaxis / G.Major / Marshall 2x80 ... has been severe.
It sounds as live-to-disk on computer using Guitar Rig, for example.

OVERALL OPINION

I play for three years. Difficult to find fault with ... if may be, the power supply door screwed ... Systm another closure would t more convenient.
The report tends qualitprix gets up. MODEL normal because this is becoming increasingly rare.
This is one of the best electric I had hands, without a shadow of a doubt.
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  • Manufacturer: Steinberger
  • Model: USA GM-7SA
  • Category: Other Shape Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 03/01/2003

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