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Other Shape Guitar from Washburn belonging to the Mercury series.

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  • Washburn BT10Published on 11/29/04 at 04:50
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Guitar made in Korea, as the Peavey Vanhalen form. 22 frets, 2 humbucker washburn with just one volume and slecteur three positions. Saddle sleeve with rosewood fingerboard, tremolo licensed under Floyd, mca grover. Mine is painted red with a net of crme around the body. She has the face.

    UTILIZATION

    Channel trs end, the boxes are small enough cest not bad for the little paws, however, has spent the 12th box can be a little Gnant (for triads sweap eg) because made strait. Cest dhabitude issue but I did test lai friends who play and they strat dtestent this round.
    It is moderately heavy, I think a little more than 4 kg (cest not a Les Paul).
    The thing that is crap on mine CEST on......
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    Guitar made in Korea, as the Peavey Vanhalen form. 22 frets, 2 humbucker washburn with just one volume and slecteur three positions. Saddle sleeve with rosewood fingerboard, tremolo licensed under Floyd, mca grover. Mine is painted red with a net of crme around the body. She has the face.

    UTILIZATION

    Channel trs end, the boxes are small enough cest not bad for the little paws, however, has spent the 12th box can be a little Gnant (for triads sweap eg) because made strait. Cest dhabitude issue but I did test lai friends who play and they strat dtestent this round.
    It is moderately heavy, I think a little more than 4 kg (cest not a Les Paul).
    The thing that is crap on mine CEST on Floyd, the nest often dentendre springs, no need to fire the despres Satriani (unless you fuck that snacks to worry about changing the strings), it just allows the diving and shooting hyper Modra.
    CCAA gnial not acute, as on a Les Paul to do a dcrochement with hand bender at 22.

    SOUNDS

    In his clear slecteur the center can remain a safe (depending on the amps) for Acute against micro EST screaming. a crunch fairly quickly, the saturated cest its field. The bridge pickup has the potato to make mtal, whistling harmonics come out easily, not good cest hyper dfinimais is what Samus. The neck pickup is not as good has got me drooling too.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have 7 years, I fell for its looks (a change of forms stratum or Les Paul) and potato which has distortion. Bon EST trs not versatile. It is a nice little guitar for beginners and average progress in recent years.
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  • Washburn BT10Published on 09/26/06 at 02:14
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    Trs nice little guitar made in Korea. Two humbuckers with treble pchu enough.
    The BT-10, there is a volume knob and one Tone.
    Much more of this guitar is the prsence a Floyd Rose (licensed). For the price it is not so bad, and unlike the other view, I have no noise problem springs. I can not shoot poorly and holding the tuning is correct.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is on him quickly, and APRS end a short time to adapt, easy to play.
    The pitch as short, it's true that the boxes are small treble, but it adapts. I play a lot on this guitar and it has the handle on which I am most comfortable now. It is very well for tapping and harmonics are very easy out.
    It is a small quitar with......
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    Trs nice little guitar made in Korea. Two humbuckers with treble pchu enough.
    The BT-10, there is a volume knob and one Tone.
    Much more of this guitar is the prsence a Floyd Rose (licensed). For the price it is not so bad, and unlike the other view, I have no noise problem springs. I can not shoot poorly and holding the tuning is correct.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is on him quickly, and APRS end a short time to adapt, easy to play.
    The pitch as short, it's true that the boxes are small treble, but it adapts. I play a lot on this guitar and it has the handle on which I am most comfortable now. It is very well for tapping and harmonics are very easy out.
    It is a small quitar with good comfort and grip.

    SOUNDS

    Rock and mtal styles are all very appropriate for the BT-10. The quality of the neck pickup is a little worse than the other, but the bass stand out well.
    The treble is micro trs effective distortion.

    OVERALL OPINION

    For the price, I repeat, this guitar is a marvel. The pickups are good and the prsence floyd is a good asset. I bought a guitar twice CHRE and all the microphones that Floyd is not worth that little ones.
    In addition, the BT-10 is the high end of the Maverick series, and we can say she is pretty and well finished.
    I play a lot with this Washburn (Washburn I have other models, and I can say it's a good brand).
    For beginners, this guitar is really idalie (notes take into account the level of the guitar for the price)
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