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WSL Guitars The Red Line

Other Shape Guitar from WSL Guitars .

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WSL Guitars The Red LinePublished on 08/11/13 at 10:00
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Cete skyscraper has many atous and its price seems affordable;
you know the new price?

UTILIZATION

nice round easy to play

SOUNDS

from jazz to rock RAS active position permanently preferably

OVERALL OPINION

2 years
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WSL Guitars The Red LinePublished on 12/14/06 at 06:12
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A nice scratch!
A pretty good finish.
I had the opportunity to try it for two concerts. The handle is also very nice. Most is the opportunity in the high but sometimes you have to listen to find the really hoped his full solo.
The weak point for me that was decisive (but this is just my opinion ;-) it is a good offense (thanks to finish active - for Guitar containing a battery) but a descent too fast. I quite like the sounds that push and hold long enough.
This is not the case on this scratch - unless you fix that with a good delay but purists will understand what I say.
I turned to a black line in the WSL and many also say it's the same mechanics but I maintain that the sound is......
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A nice scratch!
A pretty good finish.
I had the opportunity to try it for two concerts. The handle is also very nice. Most is the opportunity in the high but sometimes you have to listen to find the really hoped his full solo.
The weak point for me that was decisive (but this is just my opinion ;-) it is a good offense (thanks to finish active - for Guitar containing a battery) but a descent too fast. I quite like the sounds that push and hold long enough.
This is not the case on this scratch - unless you fix that with a good delay but purists will understand what I say.
I turned to a black line in the WSL and many also say it's the same mechanics but I maintain that the sound is different, opposite to my tastes.
A skyscraper that I recommend. And new to my collection ;-)
But with the hot foil Gibson and Fender ... with some awaiting delivery to Switzerland ... shame!

UTILIZATION

The handle is also very nice. Most is the opportunity in the high but sometimes you have to listen to find the really hoped his full solo.

SOUNDS

The weak point for me that was decisive (but this is just my opinion ;-) it is a good offense (thanks to finish active - for Guitar containing a battery) but a descent too fast. I quite like the sounds that push and hold long enough.
This is not the case on this scratch - unless you fix that with a good delay but purists will understand what I say.

OVERALL OPINION

But with the hot foil Gibson and Fender ... with some awaiting delivery to Switzerland ... shame!
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WSL Guitars The Red LinePublished on 04/14/09 at 00:06
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Beautiful guitar, very well finished! Flamée red table, adorned with mother of pearl around the table and along the handle, (handle more than dailleurs very comfortable and very beautiful to watch), floyd rose bridge, mechanical groove, 1 volume, 1 tone, a selector LP 3 positions, rosewood fingerboard, and the active button. (The guitar has a stack of permttant''boost''the microphones.
Excellent.

UTILIZATION

The handle is simply magical, in addition to being very beautiful, it is very enjoyable to play, access to the treble impressionnan the guiare is very bienéquilibrée, seu little weak, sustain is not as good as what we might expect from such a guitar. For everything else, it is......
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Beautiful guitar, very well finished! Flamée red table, adorned with mother of pearl around the table and along the handle, (handle more than dailleurs very comfortable and very beautiful to watch), floyd rose bridge, mechanical groove, 1 volume, 1 tone, a selector LP 3 positions, rosewood fingerboard, and the active button. (The guitar has a stack of permttant''boost''the microphones.
Excellent.

UTILIZATION

The handle is simply magical, in addition to being very beautiful, it is very enjoyable to play, access to the treble impressionnan the guiare is very bienéquilibrée, seu little weak, sustain is not as good as what we might expect from such a guitar. For everything else, it is perfect.

SOUNDS

We arrive at the weak point of the guitar, whatever.!
Sound can be both warm and round at the Gibson, and foil to the fender, it's all about adjustments, the only downside is the sustain, a bit light for my taste.
I will put that 6 / 10 because of sustain.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a year, I was more than satisfied, I love her aesthetic, its ease of play, before buying unnecessary plusiurs models I tried other guitars, such as strat Mexican the ibanez, cort of, and is by far my favorite. Along the same price, I would do the same auourd'hui choice!
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  • Manufacturer: WSL Guitars
  • Model: The Red Line
  • Category: Other Shape Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 08/28/2006

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Other names: the red line, theredline, guitare electrique equipee midi, guitareelectriqueequipeemidi

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