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Published on 10/28/06 at 10:52
MODEL made in China
Mini-jumbo pan coupbr /> Table pica mass
Rosewood back and wicker covers
Neck Nato
Abalone inlays on the table, the bridge and the head
Gloss
3-band equalizer with Prampli + 1 SETTING THE prsence
The finish is impeccable

UTILIZATION

The handle is enjoyable
Access in acute easier thanks to the pan coupbr /> Reduces the size of the box makes it handy trs

SOUNDS

In acoustics, the sound is equilibrated over all records, and benefitted from a good projection given Reduces the size of the box and hard wood which is (Rosewood).

Using conventional light string of good quality (type Addario EXP or Elixir), the sound lacks a little punch and amplitude in the lower rev and is (too) bright in agus.

Climbing ropes phosphor-bronze medium, the sound changes drastically. The instrument then rvle powerful bass and round. The agus are fainter and more incisive attacks. The resulting projection is excellent and well worth the good dreadnough despite the Difference in volume of cases.

In short: String medium phosphorus are essential to enjoy all the features of the acoustic guitar (which means having enough hardened fingers).

The solid top of the instrument is of excellent quality but is still young (the smell of wood it o DGIG). It should free its full potential APRS t have played a few years.

OVERALL OPINION

For the price (299), this instrument will charm is an excellent choice for those seeking an electro-acoustic Reduces size:

Dcoration impeccable finish and flattering.

The is no exception, and is one of more than 1,000 MODELS, on the express condition of investing in strings phosphor medium, otherwise Reduces the size of the fund will produce a less potent less round and more brilliant than dreadnough.
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