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  • jackkkkkjackkkkk

    Valley Arts Guitars samickPublished on 07/11/06 at 05:11
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It came from an Asian United States ....
    The Main Valley Art for the brand Samick
    If you change the pickups backgrounds you have a good guitar trs trs qualitbr / There is nothing wrong on the violin, look in the photo work on the back of the body.
    The wood is clear, the table is beautiful and discrte trs.
    Trs a good finish. The varnish of the handle n'accroche ....

    It is custom sign shop pro valley art on the butt of the guitar!

    UTILIZATION

    Top,
    very enjoyable to play, stick thin and round enough to be good "callquot; ds hand.
    a is not a log ... or cigarette paper

    If you followers of your floyd is better to put self mcaniques blocks, it is a wilkinson vintage trs…
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    It came from an Asian United States ....
    The Main Valley Art for the brand Samick
    If you change the pickups backgrounds you have a good guitar trs trs qualitbr / There is nothing wrong on the violin, look in the photo work on the back of the body.
    The wood is clear, the table is beautiful and discrte trs.
    Trs a good finish. The varnish of the handle n'accroche ....

    It is custom sign shop pro valley art on the butt of the guitar!

    UTILIZATION

    Top,
    very enjoyable to play, stick thin and round enough to be good "callquot; ds hand.
    a is not a log ... or cigarette paper

    If you followers of your floyd is better to put self mcaniques blocks, it is a wilkinson vintage trs not effective but I do not use it

    SOUNDS

    Not with the original microphone of Duncan Designed (of shit ...) I put my real duncan:
    A bang stick 59 in
    a central SSL4
    SH5 bridge (you could put a Tone Zone)

    More splitter you get to have the microphones sounds trs INTERESTED
    (Config perso: splitable humbucker / parallle / Serie what the total!)
    But everything is a matter of got ....

    The body is enough to make the sustain pais, it provides a good quality audio trs, rendering the microphones is very well

    I put 5 because those are really original ways: (

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought this guitar a good value trs "qualitprix" hard to beat over the competition.

    Trs it sounds good and it's a scratch victim's name is all ("Samick")

    Go pigalle they will tell you that those are good trs guitar ... The guy that I once dernire the GLR told me it sounded great, and it mm silent much better than the Lag ... ;)

    We will now proceed 8
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  • mindfenrismindfenris

    Valley Arts Guitars samickPublished on 08/21/06 at 09:11
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It always comes from Asia, mine is a third hand
    origin of the microphones have been replaced with Seymour Duncan
    the handle is a real highway!

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is of hell
    each access to acute could not be easier
    only detail that kills: the weight, I do not have the weighed heavier but is that a gibson Les Paul so we can play up but not for long
    from the sound right away especially paired with the effects interresting

    SOUNDS

    To play rock, pop rock and metal c is good for the blues I'm rather mixed
    I adore for the rest, it also greatly if it exceeds certain lag and ibanez

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used the last one year, +: the sound
    the - the weig…
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    It always comes from Asia, mine is a third hand
    origin of the microphones have been replaced with Seymour Duncan
    the handle is a real highway!

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is of hell
    each access to acute could not be easier
    only detail that kills: the weight, I do not have the weighed heavier but is that a gibson Les Paul so we can play up but not for long
    from the sound right away especially paired with the effects interresting

    SOUNDS

    To play rock, pop rock and metal c is good for the blues I'm rather mixed
    I adore for the rest, it also greatly if it exceeds certain lag and ibanez

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used the last one year, +: the sound
    the - the weight

    j've tested a lot of scratches (Mex Fender Start, Ibanez, lag, Gretsch, Jackson) and blithely over the Samick
    the price / quality ratio is excellent (I bought the 200euros ...)
    in hindsight I buy it back 1000 times
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