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Westone Thunder I [1982-1983]
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Westone Thunder I [1982-1983]

Other Shape Guitar from Westone .

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" Superb guitar"

Westone Thunder I [1982-1983]Published on 03/16/11 at 17:00
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Made in Japan in 1981.
6 knives classic easel. (No tremolo system)
Channel driver in three parts, maple.
Rosewood fingerboard.
22 frets.
Body, maple, ash and walnut laminate
Three position selector
Passive electronics, unlike the next model.
2 humbuckers.
2 potentiometers for volume and 1 tone.
Originally, 2 microphones and a split phase inverter.


UTILIZATION

Handle very nice.
Easy to play.
Very good access to treble.
Rather heavy, 4.kg140
When empty, it sounds great! (Good violin)
Trendy, very good sound!

SOUNDS

Guitar very versatile.
From blues to metal.
You can get a Les Paul type sound to a Stratocaster.
His warm, crystalline, precise ....
Be clear in that......
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Made in Japan in 1981.
6 knives classic easel. (No tremolo system)
Channel driver in three parts, maple.
Rosewood fingerboard.
22 frets.
Body, maple, ash and walnut laminate
Three position selector
Passive electronics, unlike the next model.
2 humbuckers.
2 potentiometers for volume and 1 tone.
Originally, 2 microphones and a split phase inverter.


UTILIZATION

Handle very nice.
Easy to play.
Very good access to treble.
Rather heavy, 4.kg140
When empty, it sounds great! (Good violin)
Trendy, very good sound!

SOUNDS

Guitar very versatile.
From blues to metal.
You can get a Les Paul type sound to a Stratocaster.
His warm, crystalline, precise ....
Be clear in that it saturated as it is a very powerful guitar.
On my tube amp that sounds hellish!
Excellent with my boss GE7, Proco RAT2 and Dynacomp MXR.
I can not wait to try with my future Maxon CS9-pro.
.


OVERALL OPINION

I bought it in 2008, at Cash Converters. (99euros)
She had a very good sound, so I bought it.
Although the bridge pickup was not working!
A luthier me remade for 85euros (rewiring change knobs, adjusting the neck.)
J'e do not regret any of this guitar.
She is my main electric guitar.
I already had a Gibson SG Special and a stratocaster usa california. (I sold)
I am very satisfied with this guitar!
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  • Manufacturer: Westone
  • Model: Thunder I [1982-1983]
  • Category: Other Shape Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 03/16/2011

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