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Elypse Guitars PM310 B
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emilloz emilloz
Publié le 02/19/07 à 12:21
Value For Money : Excellent
Audience: Beginners
Country of manufacture .. Spain APRS to the seller.
19 frets, no cutaway .. used .. 15 .. APRS must fight.
bridge .. : Yes (I sai no more .!!!)
Channel classic.

UTILIZATION

The handle is quite enjoyable, slips a lot, I get to do the bars more easily than the first for beginners.
The highs are slightly accsible, conventional forces)
It is quite lgre. 1.4 kg.
the sound is warm with sustain.

SOUNDS

It can all play ..
The grave is captivating sound.
Highs should be pretty accurate with ropes.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for two months due to a 45 min / day.
I had a dja ISPAN 35 idalie for beginners, but it seems more .. heavy (in all senses) in the agreement, in sound, in weight.

The ratio quality price is excellent (surout during sales!)

Refer this if I choose ..! uh .. Yes.
I have a Yamaha prfre widely CG111C (sound dull or a cot Alhambra 2C (acute FFAC)
This PM310B is versatile.
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