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Crafter SAT-QMOS

Other acoustic-electric guitar from Crafter belonging to the SAT series.

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mimitch38mimitch38

An excellent guitar mat

Crafter SAT-QMOSPublished on 07/05/13 at 02:17
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Hybrid guitar with both a magnetic pickup P type 90 and a piezo sensor LRBAG good.
Fast neck and comfortable, easy to play
volume control, tone and micro switch to switch from magnetic to piezo or both

UTILIZATION

handle very nice, balanced and light guitar is plugged into an amp for electro-acoustic or electric guitar or two, the sound is very decent and provides a satisfactory piezo accoustic. The P90 has the "fishing" and is sending a tube amp.

SOUNDS

All sounds can be obtained: crystalline, thin and fat too, I often mix the sound of the two pickups.

OVERALL OPINION

1 1/2 years, I have tried other models but this guitar responds well to my expectations, very good...…
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Hybrid guitar with both a magnetic pickup P type 90 and a piezo sensor LRBAG good.
Fast neck and comfortable, easy to play
volume control, tone and micro switch to switch from magnetic to piezo or both

UTILIZATION

handle very nice, balanced and light guitar is plugged into an amp for electro-acoustic or electric guitar or two, the sound is very decent and provides a satisfactory piezo accoustic. The P90 has the "fishing" and is sending a tube amp.

SOUNDS

All sounds can be obtained: crystalline, thin and fat too, I often mix the sound of the two pickups.

OVERALL OPINION

1 1/2 years, I have tried other models but this guitar responds well to my expectations, very good quality / price ratio.
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Gib*51Gib*51

Aesthetics and versatility

Crafter SAT-QMOSPublished on 10/09/12 at 02:46
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ACOUSTIC ELECTRIC GUITAR HYBRID / ELECTRIC

- Body carved mahogany table with Quilted Maple
- Mahogany set neck 21 frets, rosewood fingerboard, pearl inlays and white binding
- Preamp LR Baggs hybrid electro magnetic micro + Kent Armstrong P90 Type
- 3-way switch (magnetic / piezo / mix)
- 2 Volumes + 2 tones
- Mechanical oil bath chrome
- Orange Sunburst Finish

UTILIZATION

Close to a Gibson neck profile in terms of the handle, for me, super comfortable and I have small hands.
The shape and ergonomics are very good: nice, light, accessible.
Access to acute is good through the notch in the body.
Great versatility of the instrument as it can while playing switch...…
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ACOUSTIC ELECTRIC GUITAR HYBRID / ELECTRIC

- Body carved mahogany table with Quilted Maple
- Mahogany set neck 21 frets, rosewood fingerboard, pearl inlays and white binding
- Preamp LR Baggs hybrid electro magnetic micro + Kent Armstrong P90 Type
- 3-way switch (magnetic / piezo / mix)
- 2 Volumes + 2 tones
- Mechanical oil bath chrome
- Orange Sunburst Finish

UTILIZATION

Close to a Gibson neck profile in terms of the handle, for me, super comfortable and I have small hands.
The shape and ergonomics are very good: nice, light, accessible.
Access to acute is good through the notch in the body.
Great versatility of the instrument as it can while playing switch from "electric" to "electro acoustic" or mix the two: That's great.

We can even work with two amps: one acoustic and electric jack for connecting stereo guitar. (The connection cable comes with stereo).
Simply switch the mini switch on the guitar amp to change or work on both, that's even better because the surface is thereby optimized sound and transplanted all the live sound console is huge.

SOUNDS

Nothing is more subjective than the sound you get: I wanted a guitar in the style Taylor T5 but not at the same rate.
Then I wanted to play with this type of guitar, blues rock and the West Coast, in short, it's perfect for me.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for two short years.
I really wanted this guitar, I have not tried other models that have no P90 for even the T5 is not equipped like that.
I like the exotic, finish and of course the sound ..... sounds.
The ratio Q / P is very good.
I very gladly do it again this choice.
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jacqnjacqn

perfect

Crafter SAT-QMOSPublished on 08/04/10 at 07:26
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see below: or visit Crafter
mine is blue, and really beautiful (this is the color used for the cover page of the site:)


UTILIZATION

the handle is quite similar to a power, a true happiness, which makes a real guitar hybrid, both the rhythmic arpeggios and solos with a small low action, a super nice touch and almost flat (like my favorite electric)
very mild course, thank you for the back, because quite thin (like SQ) that makes it super easy to use in all circumstances


SOUNDS

vacuum sound is fine, but obviously given the thin projection is not similar to a large auditorium:), but ample to occur with or without amp work on the terrace - I did not try to vacuum more
Then, the sound...…
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see below: or visit Crafter
mine is blue, and really beautiful (this is the color used for the cover page of the site:)


UTILIZATION

the handle is quite similar to a power, a true happiness, which makes a real guitar hybrid, both the rhythmic arpeggios and solos with a small low action, a super nice touch and almost flat (like my favorite electric)
very mild course, thank you for the back, because quite thin (like SQ) that makes it super easy to use in all circumstances


SOUNDS

vacuum sound is fine, but obviously given the thin projection is not similar to a large auditorium:), but ample to occur with or without amp work on the terrace - I did not try to vacuum more
Then, the sound is electro-acoustic nickel, nothing to say
the P90 (my favorite mics) is perfectly usable in clean and crunch, no worries, very good sound, very warm
the two together is really good, very rich, unique
For my part, as I have to go live acoustic sound of a crunch sound on the same song, well that's fine, even without acoustic amp, although I have an emulator on my Fender acoustic Superfield XD, but The piezo is quite usable on the full channel 1 lights

OVERALL OPINION

I'm at the beginning of the discovery, but it's a good start:)
I tested the Ibanez Montage, less expensive (the model without the effects), but it is most successful and playable bcp - one must say that it is a clone of Taylor who is 4x the price - and a large amount of electro-acoustic course
excellent value for money, its finish and its place in big
part of its design and ergonomics is really a guitar to do anything nice and easy to use. I work well both my rhythmic pop-rock arpeggios that my and my solo, any time of day and night ela without disturbing the neighbors:)
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tinmarfa91tinmarfa91

Bluffing

Crafter SAT-QMOSPublished on 09/15/10 at 02:04
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Everything has been said almost.

The connection with Jack Y cable allows to exploit a wide range of sound with two systems simultaneously (amp or table)

1 volume and 1 tone for each pickup


UTILIZATION

Channel pleasant

Good ergonomics, light and thin body so easy to play standing.

Access to acute correct but obviously not as simple as a Strat-type electric, Ibanez, etc. ... but easier than a lot of jazz guitar (3 / 4 body) and of course easier than on a folk electronica.


SOUNDS

Suited to my use, much as a duo playing guitar and violin and with loop pedal, it allows me to live looping over the piezo pickup and play free or chorus on the P90.

Supports very well the...…
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Everything has been said almost.

The connection with Jack Y cable allows to exploit a wide range of sound with two systems simultaneously (amp or table)

1 volume and 1 tone for each pickup


UTILIZATION

Channel pleasant

Good ergonomics, light and thin body so easy to play standing.

Access to acute correct but obviously not as simple as a Strat-type electric, Ibanez, etc. ... but easier than a lot of jazz guitar (3 / 4 body) and of course easier than on a folk electronica.


SOUNDS

Suited to my use, much as a duo playing guitar and violin and with loop pedal, it allows me to live looping over the piezo pickup and play free or chorus on the P90.

Supports very well the distortion it happens quite easily have sounds similar to Santana example

I use a Fender Hot Rod Deluxe All Tube with the P90 and the piezo pickup is on a table

The sound of the piezo is very good, LR Baggs has nothing to prove, but it remains an eternal Micro Piezo with the faults we all know, crystal clear sound especially in the treble. It is corrected with a good equalizer but it's not the transcribed hot as a real microphone jack. But there's no feedback ... The eternal debate as a ......

The bass is however very very very nice on the piezo, while round!



OVERALL OPINION

6 months, and again in concert and it works great!

Very good value for money, was wondering if other brands do not force too much on the invoice.

I made a lot of people try with pro musicians, teachers etc ... All have been amazed by the sound, and doubly surprised by the price.

Most are in the jack the sound of the piezo Y, weight, the sound palette
the tiny less would the P90 which is a bit too garish to my taste, if I had to change something AC would be ca. Can be an investment has done later, before all we have to see how the beast evolves over time.

With experience would you do this election? YES without hesitation

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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Crafter
  • Model: SAT-QMOS
  • Series: SAT
  • Category: Other acoustic-electric guitars
  • Added in our database on: 08/15/2009

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Other names: sat qmos, satqmos

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