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  • fullwoodfullwood

    Admira SevillaPublished on 12/04/07 at 15:56
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Admira-is spain
    -19 Boxes, solid cedar table
    -A good handle which fits nicely in the hand-rounder than the other classic that I have tried so enjoyable trs trs
    Premire my guitar me and I entered the world of music I was playing the guns'n 'roses on the classic c'tait out of context, but she went out without problem

    UTILIZATION

    Super-sleeve, trs trs enjoyable (obviously, my MODEL MODEL is a beginners!) And above all very easy to play, I am grateful for the beginners over more than one folk, to ask the bars and play fast stuff is spot on!

    Accs acute-to, well, it's a classic base which, therefore, it is your fingers that make acute accessible, not the handle

    Ergonomics-b…
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    Admira-is spain
    -19 Boxes, solid cedar table
    -A good handle which fits nicely in the hand-rounder than the other classic that I have tried so enjoyable trs trs
    Premire my guitar me and I entered the world of music I was playing the guns'n 'roses on the classic c'tait out of context, but she went out without problem

    UTILIZATION

    Super-sleeve, trs trs enjoyable (obviously, my MODEL MODEL is a beginners!) And above all very easy to play, I am grateful for the beginners over more than one folk, to ask the bars and play fast stuff is spot on!

    Accs acute-to, well, it's a classic base which, therefore, it is your fingers that make acute accessible, not the handle

    Ergonomics-based, trs well, super lgre ...

    -For its price, the sound is extremely nice: its deep enough, mdiums beautiful, and with new ropes ouahh, it's magic!

    Happening at a luthier after a round that cass i confessed that c'tait trs a good quality guitar with great sound, and that falls on a very j'tais s good wood SERIES
    It is a little cracked, it's a shame, the beach is not good for guitars

    SOUNDS

    -It is perfect for my style of music (too bad it is not amplified, I love the scratch), since I love everything bossa ...

    There are too classic "mdium-acute" shortage of body, you are playing on the plywood bah not l. ..
    that is carnal is my instrument of composition, it inspires me!
    not the great violin, but frankly nice!

    OVERALL OPINION

    -For 13 years, it certainly took the bumps, and Fluri, but it still sounds and rsiste

    I love this scratching is my friend!

    I previously played on a folk (the guitar of my brother) and I Discoveries on my bed one day she's still there!
    mmmmm .....

    I know that my brother did not pay much in Spain.
    then we must go for these guitars, they are still in esprant of quality!
    Admira Congratulations!
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  • Blackjack(FR79)Blackjack(FR79)

    Admira SevillaPublished on 12/14/07 at 02:10
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in Spain, of very good quality.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very comfortable, easy playing for beginners. we handle well in hand.

    SOUNDS

    I cheeks especially rhythmic, and it lends itself well.
    It has a warm and deep.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have for 13 years now, it's still there on the couch near a ring a ballad.
    One small snag the cash, over time, deforms at the bridge, resulting in a high ropes action.
    It is still an Excellent value for money and I would do the same choice without a moment's hesitation.
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