Easel tune-o-matic (what normal)
-The neck profile was changed, the feeling of playing on a log has disappeared
-22 Frets, 2 pickups 57 clasics
-2 Volumes (1 microsecond) 2 tone (with a microphone) a 3-position selector (bridge pickup, neck or 2)
that what the classical
the neck is SUPER nice, it's almost the same as my firebird studio rev. 70. ergonomically. Harware is nickel, even if the straps pins work loose changing therm is a minor issue. Access to the last few frets is simple with only slight buzzing on the last one.
Is it easy to dial in the right sounds? if your amp is up ti the job it should be no problem.
honestly, when buying, I was prepared to swap Wide Range pickups to replace the originals<span style="font-size: 1em;">. but I got the beast to do my bidding and realized that it was this sound that I wanted. </span><div>
(Tested on an Ibanez guitar head TSA15H with Flextone cab)
In the bridge position: pickiupsa are ultra clean and ultra slamming, all strings are distinct, it is almost a telecaster but with more c ** ilies.
bridge position + neck: there is great, as the firebird, attacking many strings, it sounds intermediate position strat ...
handle: the big, fat, heavy what!</div>
I've played it since yesterday and this is my seventh guitar, so yes, I'm reasonably experienced.
I love the look. classic white, it sends heavy anyway. and inlays are class.
what I like least? Only a a very small detail, but the frets do not extend beyond the plastic neck binding, the handle of the plastic binding that extends the cargo when there is one. finally must have an eye on it anyway.
value for money and really good I think.
yeah, I do it again this choice without hesitation.