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Publié le 01/31/07 à 14:11
> Invoice Spanish Guitar (Alicante): solid spruce German, Indian rosewood body mass, ebony fingerboard, precise mechanical Alhambra (rares!) and good performance (low réaccordages nuisance, especially that we use some of the Floyd Rose ... yeah, right.). First model "massive" brand.

> 18 frets available.

> Cordier everything from classic.

> The only settings that you mimine my zebras.

> Channel classical guitar, do not look any further.

UTILIZATION

> The handle is good work, pleasant to the touch, precise, well-varnished. For me, the heel could be slightly thinner, it comes up easily top mounted ranges. We smile stupidly while passing a Vigier Ultra Blues to the handle of this classic, and worse after even one has great difficulty in hand.

> Access to acute ... I have a little trouble tapping into, and bends in a tone and a half is difficult. More seriously, the neck is thin enough to afford a few meetings with the high notes.

> 7P The guitar is well made, well thought out and easy in its grip. However, the body is deep (good presence of low, mid slightly veiled for my taste), which can take if the small players. In any case, a classical guitar is played in an upright position, because, even though it takes a minimum of personable!

> Alhambra guitars are well typed, like all Spanish violin elsewhere. It sounds flamenco technique and super stylish shirts aside, and we want to learn the entire directory of Paco De Lucia Ramon de Algeciras or even both ...

SOUNDS

> I play mostly for intros / outros in my compositions, but especially for cattle with my friends. That's where we can make full expression: a guitar like this will not ring with hands clasped, she plays a lot easier, I think, in improvisation, the strings are relatively close to home key (5mm memory), to make his play "relatively" fast.

> The guitar offers good sound quality, and good projection.

OVERALL OPINION

> A year of play, I really like.

> The varnish: a little too bright, until it develops a patina.

> 4 / 5 models by comparison, but € 150 / 200 cheaper. The distinction is quick to make. Alhambra, it sounds and it's nice to play. However, Yamaha models are excellent and good rates.

> Purchased directly in Spain at the Alhambra store, less expensive (680 instead of 800 € and dust). The 7P's worth (even 800).

> A good choice to use the classic study of where we had left, and s'amméliorer musical perspective.
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