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lightfz lightfz
Published on 06/10/07 at 13:36
Homemade espangnole.
Classical guitar could not be more classic .... but enjoy a very good violin for a relatively faible.On may still regret the lack of originality even if you do not buy it for that (eg bridge seen 1 million times the same for the rosette).
Otherwise I would put 10 sur10

UTILIZATION

The handle is very agraeable despite its size typical of classical guitar, access to acute and worthy of a classical guitar it was impossible after the 16th then breaks immediately forget the frenzied solos and other nonsense like that.
The guitar is super nice, it fits snugly against the body (it makes me think that no girl .....) I board is super light and easy to play, then again 10 of 10

SOUNDS

I bought not knowing ais play guitar and scratching compared to other of my friends CARREMENT it sounds good with a neutral sound ... but when that same personality, but saw the price it can not sound out worthy of much more expensive guitar, so the sound quality and even better than the price afficher.10 sur10

OVERALL OPINION

As long as you are not looking to play metallica (what I am doing but the electric coming soon) or it will go very ac_dc ben.C 'and a very good guitar for beginners and advance with sufficient value for money bluffing. gift as you do not want to imitate in his works angusq this guitar is for you.
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