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Steinberger Demon
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Steinberger Demon

Other Shape Guitar from Steinberger belonging to the Synapse series.

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Steinberger DemonPublished on 12/10/13 at 02:04
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
- Maple body and neck
- Manche Cybrosonic 3 pieces + graphite, Set Neck
- Key Phenolic
- 24 frets
- Diapason 28.5 / 8 "adjustable
- Radius 14 "
- Combo EMG 81/85 + Piezo
- 3 position selector
- Master Volume, Mag / Piezo Pickup Blend, Active High Cut / Boost, Active Low Cut / Boost
- Mechanical patented Steinberger
- Satin Finish
- Weight 3.5 Kgs

UTILIZATION

Accustomed to the actual grip Baritone guitars was easy, except there are fewer strings than usual ^ ^
At first I played with in LowF with / a 13 72 game then I returned to standard D and it is a real treat
The satin finish and the "phenolic" button (thermoplastic) offers comfort, that slides alone and...…
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- Maple body and neck
- Manche Cybrosonic 3 pieces + graphite, Set Neck
- Key Phenolic
- 24 frets
- Diapason 28.5 / 8 "adjustable
- Radius 14 "
- Combo EMG 81/85 + Piezo
- 3 position selector
- Master Volume, Mag / Piezo Pickup Blend, Active High Cut / Boost, Active Low Cut / Boost
- Mechanical patented Steinberger
- Satin Finish
- Weight 3.5 Kgs

UTILIZATION

Accustomed to the actual grip Baritone guitars was easy, except there are fewer strings than usual ^ ^
At first I played with in LowF with / a 13 72 game then I returned to standard D and it is a real treat
The satin finish and the "phenolic" button (thermoplastic) offers comfort, that slides alone and this key is very close to the end of his ebony.
Ergonomics are good, it is not heavy, the fact that it makes this perfectly stable headless guitar, Access in acute concern me too so I would suggest not
The presence of two and a humbucking Piezo makes its possible variety in particular very clear sounds

SOUNDS

Playing as well as the merger of this instrument is nickel metal
As mentioned above, given the many opportunities microphones it is easy to chopper sound good, my only complaint is that distortion is not fat enough for my taste but that is typical EMG (Tapette. ... XD)
Its clear the Piezo is a true happiness is round, warm, clear all the nuances of the game perfectly reflected by against its use is less beneficial distortion (lack of fat)
What is the craziest in this instrument is sustain, Maple / Graphite combination / piezo makes almost infinite, distortion I feel triggering a sample that never stops :) When I ' had granted LowF this is the room that vibrated, a blow to finish on the throne XD

OVERALL OPINION

Purchased in May 2013 at a price of € 580 Thomann knowing it was worth $ 1,700 at its output, I call it a hit a shot because it is undeniable that the benefits of this instrument are well above the price at which it is sold.
This is my second headless (I am lucky to have already Strandberg boden7) and must admit that once we began to play the guitar on this type, comfort is as return on a guitar with a "head" is less certain ^ ^
What I like most is the sustain and comfort of the handle which is a real treat
What I like least is the body shape and ergonomics resulting
Price / quality ratio I have not found, played better
I would do this choice without any hesitation!
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  • Manufacturer: Steinberger
  • Model: Demon
  • Series: Synapse
  • Category: Other Shape Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 07/25/2008

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Other names: demon plain black, demon plainblack, demonplainblack

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