I have no information on the location, date of manufacture of this guitar.
After disassembly, the body is plywood dense. She has the type of a Les Paul.
The neck has 22 frets.
- The handle is it fun?
It looks like a round of Gibson Les Paul.
- Access to acute (recent freight) is it easy?
The access is not a problem despite a handle screwed onto the heel. But then I have large "paws".
- Ergonomics is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)?
Light guitar, to the handle comfortable.
Aggressive sound. It is not the registry groove. Rather acceptable for the metal.
The handle is rather "fast" and the frets are larger for the nickel compagnie.Je bend and use it only for work (no amp) on installing the afternoon when I have time.
The few times I branch, it does not satisfy me (just for her). I must admit that it can not match for the Fender and Gibson that I use in concert.
I sometimes, unwanted Open Tuning of Alternative Re: http://tommyknockers.free.fr/OpenTuning.php , as well as repeated tune of a quarter tone when I play along (hard way) a CD recorded that does not sound in the 440. As is the case, for example Every Day Now Texas.
Purchased at a fair in the attic € 30. I have my money!
It does not go out of tune, has a superb finish. The volume and tone settings are identical to the Gibsons. The insertion and installation of the strings is the same type as on my Lead II. But the comparison stops there. I find it too aggressive. That said, the strings are folks (who have nothing to do-the DeSUS) because I have not changed anything on this guitar. Perhaps in the game by replacing the nickel, it will ring better. I will keep you informed.
Coucou, me revoilou! Well yes, it was enough to change the strings (11 * 52 Medium nickel). This is more than just the same opinion. I plan to use it in Live.