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  • shatertonshaterton

    Willow's ClassicPublished on 03/13/05 at 10:20
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    My willow's classic is exactly the same as in the picture above.

    Good on you is not to n'chaperez jokes about the name's Willow (guitar dwarves ...)
    But then she all of a large and increasingly it is Franaise.
    The body and neck are spotted Saddle the most beautiful effect.
    All of the brand is acastillage Shaller, microphones are Seymour Duncan
    I give a great addition to mcaniques AD: You enter your rope
    mcanique you tighten the wheel: a tower and give it all that it saves
    a time max.
    It has a floating tremolo that I hold to be able to keep a perfect acordage especially open to r.
    Config if it has a classic 5-way switch that controls two double and one single.
    1 knob vol…
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    My willow's classic is exactly the same as in the picture above.

    Good on you is not to n'chaperez jokes about the name's Willow (guitar dwarves ...)
    But then she all of a large and increasingly it is Franaise.
    The body and neck are spotted Saddle the most beautiful effect.
    All of the brand is acastillage Shaller, microphones are Seymour Duncan
    I give a great addition to mcaniques AD: You enter your rope
    mcanique you tighten the wheel: a tower and give it all that it saves
    a time max.
    It has a floating tremolo that I hold to be able to keep a perfect acordage especially open to r.
    Config if it has a classic 5-way switch that controls two double and one single.
    1 knob volume and one for the Tone.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is flat and trs trs it is enjoyable to play, Access in acute is easy.
    It has a classic shape solid body but has few coubures that makes it more sexy.
    Levels ergonomics: what's true is a bit heavy but I've always had good guitars
    and heavy wood that are so well chosen that I excuse Mr. Willow's.
    This guitar sounds live, at least in terms of clean sounds and crunch of all
    Fawn of Seymour on a good violin would otherwise t thundering.

    Here is a picture of my Willow's:



    SOUNDS

    Playing Rock pchu enough I made a mod on it because I found the microphone a little soft Chevallet
    disto so I put in a DiMarzio Tone Zone and bte is in it woke up.
    It niquel for what I did, I would say it has great versatility but for those who are
    of death, thrash, gothic, melodicobourinant is on it's not the top.
    I also mount a push-pull power on the Tone for the double switch in simple and have
    a large pallet of sounds from jazz to big fat rock.
    What I like about this guitar is this nervosa in the attack even without amp and is perfect
    for a guitarist like me.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's been a little over a year since I bought it (1200) and I am Fully satisfied.
    What I like most is the sound, the beautiful woods that are utiliss and the quality of the violin in
    gnrale.
    I regret that this guitar is not a floyd because the use of floating vibrato makes the tuning unstable.
    The MODEL is nothing I envy the guitars CATEGORY same price and I am satisfied compltement.
    I'm even a little proud to play on a brand known and not too much more because we Franaise achte not a mythical guitar but we try to make clbre end I m'gare the good.

    You want to hear: go to the website of my group Oxylum:

    http://www.oxylum.com
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