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  • bigor 30bigor 30

    Artis Classical GuitarPublished on 03/23/04 at 13:19
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This is a small classical guitar Deutsche everything simple.
    I have supper to be largely in plywood.
    Its finish is matt varnish, it does not dcoration Submitted or embellishment, or pan shot.
    It seems that "manufacturing model is Portuguese.
    In short: it's rustic!

    UTILIZATION

    That's when the surprise happens. It is ultra lgre and trs handle is enjoyable (not empty for a classic), I think it's thinner than my other classics.
    For a change rglages made by yours truly (the strings tended hooping ...), the sound is LA!

    SOUNDS

    I play both classical and folklore spices with ... but when we pass the Bossa it becomes magical.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I found the bot…
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    This is a small classical guitar Deutsche everything simple.
    I have supper to be largely in plywood.
    Its finish is matt varnish, it does not dcoration Submitted or embellishment, or pan shot.
    It seems that "manufacturing model is Portuguese.
    In short: it's rustic!

    UTILIZATION

    That's when the surprise happens. It is ultra lgre and trs handle is enjoyable (not empty for a classic), I think it's thinner than my other classics.
    For a change rglages made by yours truly (the strings tended hooping ...), the sound is LA!

    SOUNDS

    I play both classical and folklore spices with ... but when we pass the Bossa it becomes magical.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I found the bottom of a flea market now almost three years ... it still gives silent and I flash!
    I had tried a couple of classical guitars and some very rputes but I admit that this "Deutsche scratch" is still my prfre because it gives her a REALLY trs deep and hoarse. It surprises systmatiquement all the people who hear it ... I've never seen one like and I do not even know if a is sold in France.
    I confess that since I, I no longer looks the other classic!
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