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patmanfan patmanfan
Publié le 11/16/06 à 18:00
Japan
22 frets, the pickups are super 70, equivalent to P90
bygsbi the most beautiful effect
2 Volumes 2 tonalited selector 3 positions
key rosewood handle fairly large and fine

UTILIZATION

Handle very nice and fast
more acute as easy to access
light enough even surprising excellent grip
bcp sounds are fatter and warmer than those of a gibson SG standard now and I prefer it, but can be aggressive (AC / DC)

SOUNDS

It is suitable for all types of music from blues to rock to jazz and funk
essentillement on AC30CC2 and ToneLab, AAAAAAAAIIIIIIIIIEEEEEEEE !!!!!!!!!!!!
crystal clear sound and fluid
saturated fat and very very hot beautiful vintage

OVERALL OPINION

In recent weeks, and only the happiness it gives me much pleasure if not more than my gibson SG faded, and that's a real vintage 1974's with this particular property that no longer exists and Physically it must be said of the mouth
I go back especially for the price (very very very small) and the happiness I tell you why put 2 to 3000 € in a gibson which in addition may not sound perfect without a good set
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