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Gibson SG Korina
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Gibson SG Korina

SG-Shaped Guitar from Gibson belonging to the SG series.

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Publié le 09/25/07 à 04:30
Gibson USA
22 frets
tune o matic
2 volume 2 tone
SG a classic short this level

UTILIZATION

The neck is thin and very fast
Excellent access to acute
superb ergonomics
It's the SOUND that everything goes
Unfortunately I do not own this guitar but I played it several times ......
ca has the magic touch.
is a new guitar that sounds as if it was 58 '......
Incredible but true

SOUNDS

It is very distinctive "vintage" rock and of course, but seriously I am still looking how he had managed to hide jimy page inside of this guitar ....
I played on a marshall 30th anniversary and has a vieu dynacord AC lamp rings in both course
the light is gentle and incisive, a very high purity and especially sustain the limit of infinity .... it's sweet but sharp precision and is inhabited mainly ....
Spent crunch revelation explodes: ALL 70's are in the room is huge endless sustain the feedback becomes a killer totalmente mastered by the tool
acroche it has the note distortion ..... it looks like a voodoo tour is literally owned the guitar ....
everything is huge in this instrument

OVERALL OPINION

As I said it's not for me .... unfortunately
another feature: it weighs nothing it feels like balsa
no price / quality ratio is a valuable guitar which may have limits than ours
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