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manorhead manorhead
Publié le 12/01/10 à 02:08
Made in corrée in Cort

two micros
2 volume, 2 tone (the buttons are of very poor quality and are changing) a pickup selector (good quality)
Gold hardware, mechanical oil bath, all bills of poor. it's a good idea to keep the oil bath as it is the weak point of the gibson sg, but it would have been wise to good meter ... the bridge is difficult to solve and the more it tends not to be well fixed to the guitar. the beautiful golden color does not affect the overall hardware

fairly faithful copy of SG mahogany with jumbo frets (as on the epiphone they wear prematurely), set neck ... as is done in the same factory as epiphone, you are in the same product category.

UTILIZATION

The handle is a bit wide, the guitar is very light for the rest it is a SG

micro are real crap with its ultra mushy so we just turn all the buttons on the earth, one does not just have a good sound with microphones origins

SOUNDS

used with a tube amp Homemade Fender type GA5 and HP
the microphone is poor acute and severe micro is ludicrous. in distortion, so that it dribbles constantly wonder if the guitar is well tuned.
I have an Epiphone Les Paul with original microphone, which sounds 10 times better than this guitar, I've suddenly changed by P190 and P150 dimarzios ... (there is something else)

I put a sour note for the original microphone unworthy of a guitar that is seen to be a mid-range



OVERALL OPINION

I just purchase a bite of bread.
but the hardware and pickups are really low-end
ideally, we must change the 4 buttons, the bridge in its entirety and particularly the two microphones. mechanics are not terrible, but personally I care.

the varnish is poor and aged badly as all instrument Korean

on mine, there is a defect that makes the violin bridge is lowered to the max, which is difficult to resolve harmonics ...

I like the violin, the guitar is very light and fun to play. it does not come back to me because I had a cheap stock pickups Recycling.

is a good deal if you share the idea of any change and to customize an instrument that does gardan violin and changing everything, including the nail, it would be an opportunity to turn the ugly logo on the head

took the new parts, it is cheaper to buy a real gibson (faded) for a much higher quality
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