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loran38 loran38
Published on 11/10/08 at 14:01
A Japanese over thirty five years, I bought 20 years ago .. and I do not intend to change.
It has 22 frets, the mic does have the original replaced by two Gibson humbuckers with 3-position individual slecteur + slecteur the home, a good old bigsby vibrato (not too be shot).
For sound: no diffrence with the era of SG, a perfect copy: a must ...!!!
a varieties of its breathtaking and power phnomnale ...

UTILIZATION

Channel pleasant, good access to acute cf .. gibson sg

SOUNDS

I play a Peavey ValveKing Royal 8 (hp jensen C8R)
Multipurpose sounds, it's hard-gibson
crystal clear sound and desire, about the big crunch or a friend Angus ...

OVERALL OPINION

20 years of use ... I want no other, for vendors dsol one day ... if my budget allows, why not a strat .. adjuncts in and play a Register DIFFERENT
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