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Whale Killerwhale 2
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Publié le 03/28/10 à 04:06
A Korean manufacturing
an easel licensed floyd rose
inning with cell tagging, binding, fast, pleasant, 24 boxes
3 pickups seymour duncan license, the typical trio SH4, TB6 ...
a push / pull tone for a volume.

UTILIZATION

Super ergonomic guitar very light, easy access to acute, the sound: it arrche severe without being either an ESP but for aspiring metalheads do not worry it gets easier the sound Dime Darell;


SOUNDS

I tested it on an amp Paevey 50/50 ENGL preamp and Peavey speaker, it sounds very good, the floyd does not take too easily désacorde the road and a good adjustment is necessary (ressérage springs) several friends metalheads finds excellent thinking that it is a far superior brand but when they see that it's a whale they are surprised.

OVERALL OPINION

I paid 200 euros new Specials in the series on a big site selling instruments, with strap, key control and flight case, I bought it because at that price it was really a case although I do is in rather rare occasion when I want to have fun making plans metal.
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