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Lefebvre NicolasLefebvre Nicolas

Adamas Guitars 1687Published on 02/14/12 at 12:47
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Despite the use of synthetic materials violin making is very classy, ​​especially the head sculptures and easel.

UTILIZATION

The handle is very comfortable, except for the rhythmic barred by a c-section very pronounced. For the rest nothing wrong.

SOUNDS

Sounds amazing! Dynamic power showing the balance of the first to the last box. The electronics are very typical, but incredibly effective, especially on an Aer.

OVERALL OPINION

I do not like Ovation, but this guitar is really fabulous admittedly. This is not a concurente a Martin or Taylor, timbre lies elsewhere. And what it sounds! …
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Despite the use of synthetic materials violin making is very classy, ​​especially the head sculptures and easel.

UTILIZATION

The handle is very comfortable, except for the rhythmic barred by a c-section very pronounced. For the rest nothing wrong.

SOUNDS

Sounds amazing! Dynamic power showing the balance of the first to the last box. The electronics are very typical, but incredibly effective, especially on an Aer.

OVERALL OPINION

I do not like Ovation, but this guitar is really fabulous admittedly. This is not a concurente a Martin or Taylor, timbre lies elsewhere. And what it sounds!
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Pucelle_DabidjanPucelle_Dabidjan

Cherry clafoutis

Adamas Guitars 1687Published on 03/25/11 at 10:31
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I know little about this instrument. He was highly recommended by the owner of a store and I tested today.

The guitar has a plastic body, a table made of carbon and a wooden handle. They are people who make cars with that.

Add the presence of a preamplifier on this instrument. But not tested during the test. The finish was excellent and I appreciated the stick worked beautifully. Similarly, the body shows no defects.

UTILIZATION

I was delighted with the handling of the instrument. Simple to shrink, very effective touch and sufficient power (average). It can take over as a good supply. The neck, back and rounded down slightly rounded probably contributes greatly to the comfort.

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I know little about this instrument. He was highly recommended by the owner of a store and I tested today.

The guitar has a plastic body, a table made of carbon and a wooden handle. They are people who make cars with that.

Add the presence of a preamplifier on this instrument. But not tested during the test. The finish was excellent and I appreciated the stick worked beautifully. Similarly, the body shows no defects.

UTILIZATION

I was delighted with the handling of the instrument. Simple to shrink, very effective touch and sufficient power (average). It can take over as a good supply. The neck, back and rounded down slightly rounded probably contributes greatly to the comfort.

I did not like by-cons fragility seen this guitar. I feel like a big shock could cause it to shatter. Above the table. I remain skeptical.

SOUNDS

The sounds were generated special. With low on-hot, pouring a bit of trouble. The guitar shows a slight lack of clarity. I do not know if it's because I was leaving a meeting Martin's test, but I found the treble fairly subdued and the definition of sets a little fuzzy, but pay a lowcost stamp. It is more serious, more defined, but ... is not convincing.

It's hard to describe what I felt. But I was not excited about this guitar. Given the price, it's not very cool stuff.

OVERALL OPINION

An instrument that will probably find its fans, but that does not please me in terms of sounds. I found a way across. The price of EUR 4'150 does not help.
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  • Manufacturer: Adamas Guitars
  • Model: 1687
  • Category: Other acoustic-electric guitars
  • Added in our database on: 03/25/2011

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