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  • Keneda57Keneda57

    Washburn WI14 G4Published on 04/25/09 at 15:30
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - Body in solid wood
    - Bridge "Hardtail" (without vibrato)
    - Channel screwed in Maple
    - Slecteur 3 positions
    - Quick Buttons
    - 22 frets

    Config classic

    USE

    Less ergonomic handle my Lag but I got accustomed to it is not well wicked. Otherwise, this is a guitar not too heavy and with a fairly good access to acute. I find by against the frets too big hair, suddenly if you want to spend time dragging his fingers on the handle, this is not the most pleasant. So it should clearly more rhythmic scratch as pure soloists. The rglages are simple and effective.

    SONORITS

    Without even plugging it, we get a good sustain, much deeper.

    In an amp, clean sound is clean if a little …
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    - Body in solid wood
    - Bridge "Hardtail" (without vibrato)
    - Channel screwed in Maple
    - Slecteur 3 positions
    - Quick Buttons
    - 22 frets

    Config classic

    USE

    Less ergonomic handle my Lag but I got accustomed to it is not well wicked. Otherwise, this is a guitar not too heavy and with a fairly good access to acute. I find by against the frets too big hair, suddenly if you want to spend time dragging his fingers on the handle, this is not the most pleasant. So it should clearly more rhythmic scratch as pure soloists. The rglages are simple and effective.

    SONORITS

    Without even plugging it, we get a good sustain, much deeper.

    In an amp, clean sound is clean if a little flat. When it splits the pickups, it's something else and gave even a nice shade, less bass and more crystalline ct. For distortion (by plaant obviously bridge pickup position) is in a very good bill (for this price range anyway) and well suited my style of zik (rock / Mtal). Good bass can be obtained and enough gain to have made quite aggressive (the palm-mutes are rather a lot).

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    This was my first personal guitar, I used many times (and RPTES scenes) and I am using elsewhere.

    A default of being the ultimate guitar, a can at least do not go unnoticed. But anyway, getting back to the judgment on the substance rather than the form, it is all the same a good scratching of range, I think rather oriented rock / m tal for rhythm guitarists.

    Does she offered for my 20 years, and yes, in retrospect I would say no problem with people who have bought me (thank you by the way) to keep this option if c'tait again.

    Note also that it has everything to be the aesthetic a collection of guitar and that perhaps will one day be quite expensive monetize ^ _ ^
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