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  • zygomatiquezygomatique

    Taylor LTDKOAPublished on 01/11/09 at 14:14
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    FCIS this 420 SL
    bf says it all t
    Guitar factory in limited edition in 2007 for export
    Fund all koa massive mahogany neck amricain, mcas grover
    Pramper: ES 9V

    UTILIZATION

    Handle all excellent as taylors
    affects bne
    Ergonomics
    For the sound: it is that the guitar becomes particulirement interesting.
    Taylor has the reputation of having a sound cold, almost too perfect; Well the not at all.
    obtained rapidelment sound very warm with highs presents medium rather good and very low round.
    Frankly excellent and it goes from folk to blues ballad very fat without worry.
    If I had one criticism I would say lack a bit of volume but this guitar is rather in the shade, the…
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    FCIS this 420 SL
    bf says it all t
    Guitar factory in limited edition in 2007 for export
    Fund all koa massive mahogany neck amricain, mcas grover
    Pramper: ES 9V

    UTILIZATION

    Handle all excellent as taylors
    affects bne
    Ergonomics
    For the sound: it is that the guitar becomes particulirement interesting.
    Taylor has the reputation of having a sound cold, almost too perfect; Well the not at all.
    obtained rapidelment sound very warm with highs presents medium rather good and very low round.
    Frankly excellent and it goes from folk to blues ballad very fat without worry.
    If I had one criticism I would say lack a bit of volume but this guitar is rather in the shade, the subtle.
    We could add that when the middle of his neck is a little less powerful.
    Huge sustain ......

    SOUNDS

    Perfect for what I'm doing blues, folk

    The ES is prampli and without frills.
    as usual a little breath in the treble but very Grable

    I play in 13/56 with Martin Marquis Bronze and spent without killing your fingers.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had a year ago and frankly ps a day when I regretted having bought
    the only guitars that I know that rivals are martin and again in high-end HD 28, D41.

    qualitprix report: type a bit much at taylor

    Before I had a Taylor 314 which I n'tais but then not at all satisfied .. like what!
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