Clayton guitars are very good qualitée.C is an American who made them made in Korea. I have a gypsy guitar and some of my friends who has gypsy guitars at least five times more expensive, have a negative result with respect to the mienne.C 'is more than correct.Je no longer serves me but it is there.
I have no problem in the treble. No friction until the last cargo. (21) I own a Gibson and Fender. It was not difficult. I received a Dupont for a record, I took mine. But what price difference!
Sounds excellent. Puique for the record, I preferred mine.
Ten years. I actually tried other brands. But I thought the price difference was not justified. Not buying a marque.Avec experience, I would exctement the same choice. It's been 60 years since I played guitar and a certain reputation. See google. Vandyck
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wesmuler's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
The label says "Made in USA" ... but good.
Exellent guitar, round and warm sound.
trs trs good electric rendered.
Channel 20 frets.
Size small enough (electric guitar) despite the cash register.
qualiseur the four bands in addition to the volume of exellent quality.
Channel enjoyable, good Access in acute
The guitar is small, the weight is reasonable trs
Its exellent. it's a guitar thunder.
Especially folk sound. Trs his balance.
very smooth bass to treble.
I used this guitar for 5 years.
This guitar still draws the curious because of its jazz aspect of its size and its sound reproduction.