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Sterling by Music Man JP50
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Sterling by Music Man JP50
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guigue106 guigue106

«  nice and pleasant »

Published on 07/23/13 at 14:09
country: made in indonesia
bridge: steling
frete: 24 2 octave
neck: maple and rosewood
adjustment: vol / tone / selector.
ps: is not model is already more visible

UTILIZATION

sleeve: very little wonder he has a side of RG or a ibanez jpm p3 for example ....

the guitar is frankly well cut, the balance are really good, what's more it really is not so heavy that ca .....

Acute access: yes the notch is really well thought out for soloists

SOUNDS

she agree? : At the beginning I have been disappointed, and with time I have mastered the instrument and since c is happiness.

type of sound: mostly rock with microphones sterling .....

effect: I have two strings:
channel 1: 2 wha voodu valve Rocktron, line 6 echo park (in slapback mode), return my bandit 112.

channel 2: 2 wha, metal muff distortion, boss ns 2 CF7 Ibanez, Ibanez DE7, input bandit 112

OVERALL OPINION

I have it for almost 8 months, departing I have been disappointed by the fairly neutral micro side of origin, so I delaissais for my esp m2 deluxe ......

yarn needle I tried differente combined and I have discovered with my sending it voodu valve Scare wood ...

In distortion it is neutral (neither too much nor too little bass, treble medium) c is strange the first hour, then over time we pofine sound and in fact they 'avere which is extremely clear and precise and opens the possibility j I ordered a crunch lab and LiquiFire to replace, but I suddenly hesitated .....

j have a very dry, very clean and very rock not to say very big rock, it s approach petrucci her little by little ......

I have been delighted by its small size on the handle, against veteran confirmed by the floyd comfort, I'm not used to not having one and this time is in the millimeter feel, it's still the chipoti, chipota .. ...
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