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  • TraumaticTraumatic

    Gallato 7PPublished on 04/03/11 at 03:59
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    The brand is manufacturing Gallato Spanish and distributed by Valley Blues in Toulouse that mounts the mechanical, the nut and the strings!

    one remains in the classic Spanish tradition at the box and stick, there are 18 boxes, no microphone!

    I must clarify that the finish is simply excellent for a guitar for 299 €, the white table (spruce) and the body almost black veins (purple) with a border in the middle of the body, the nut is bone, short j ' I tested the guitar has more than double the price (or takamine alhambra and yamaha) that were far from being finished as well, it seems to have in hands a guitar fleurte with 1000 € so she is beautiful !

    UTILIZATION

    in use, it is in…
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    The brand is manufacturing Gallato Spanish and distributed by Valley Blues in Toulouse that mounts the mechanical, the nut and the strings!

    one remains in the classic Spanish tradition at the box and stick, there are 18 boxes, no microphone!

    I must clarify that the finish is simply excellent for a guitar for 299 €, the white table (spruce) and the body almost black veins (purple) with a border in the middle of the body, the nut is bone, short j ' I tested the guitar has more than double the price (or takamine alhambra and yamaha) that were far from being finished as well, it seems to have in hands a guitar fleurte with 1000 € so she is beautiful !

    UTILIZATION

    in use, it is in Spanish classical guitar, so everything is standartisé, lack the cash form ... RAS

    solid spruce top, rosewood body, mahogany neck, rosewood fingerboard, bone nut.

    SOUNDS

    At the sound, even a slap!
    after finishing to gawk, it is the sound that does the same!
    the Alhambra 6P posted to 668 € (though many noted) can go to a side of the Rabiller Gallato 7P.
    it sounds serious, both in acute than in the serious acoustic it sounds better than my Takamine NP-65C to 1000 €!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for around nine months, I had the opportunity to test many more, each and all my friends are amazed when I tell them the price I paid!
    it is simple for 20 years I play guitar I've ever seen a classical as well finished and sounds as good for 299 €!
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