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cantor cantor
Publié le 11/04/06 à 23:47
Made in the USA. Mine is 1967, I believe that manufacturing stopped in 1969. Student model being praised for making the Japanese concurencer commencaiaent faiare the shadow Gibson. MODEL So basic are the mcanique screw oil bath. The finish is basic but solid.

UTILIZATION

Enjoyable guitar to play as any Gibson, it is shaped and trslgre OOO guitar ideal for travel. It does not project as much as a J200 but it is a gibson with her bein CHARACTERISTICS, it lacks a bit of brilliance but is easy.

SOUNDS

Guitar has all faiare allows study and picking.

OVERALL OPINION

Aia I bought in the USA 6 months ago misrable a price ($ 300) the ratio Q / P is excellent, the CTE is leve-400 to $ 700 depending on state . Guitar mconnue MRIT who buy based on price, all fawn production certaiane nothing to do with Japanese or mmem amricaine. The B15 is a Gibson, m ^ me if this is not the most prestigious
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