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  • Mikka GrytvikenMikka Grytviken

    Alain Raifort Strat MG SignaturePublished on 04/22/07 at 12:09
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in France precisely at Tours in 1994.
    Telecaster style handle with bird's eye maple maple key raportée marbled
    22 frets mechanical Gothos Kluson type.
    3 Alnico
    Switch positions 5
    One volume and two tones
    Vibrato Gotho the old as well.
    Alder body cherry sunburst finish.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is a marvel of finesse.
    He approaches the sleeves Yamaha pacifica.
    The access to acute is that of a strat therefore correct.
    It is well balanced, the head does not dive, it is the weight of a layer which makes it rather lightly.
    The sound is very Stratocaster slamming, Christalin, warm and dynamic.

    SOUNDS

    This is a delicious versatility if you like the sl…
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    Made in France precisely at Tours in 1994.
    Telecaster style handle with bird's eye maple maple key raportée marbled
    22 frets mechanical Gothos Kluson type.
    3 Alnico
    Switch positions 5
    One volume and two tones
    Vibrato Gotho the old as well.
    Alder body cherry sunburst finish.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is a marvel of finesse.
    He approaches the sleeves Yamaha pacifica.
    The access to acute is that of a strat therefore correct.
    It is well balanced, the head does not dive, it is the weight of a layer which makes it rather lightly.
    The sound is very Stratocaster slamming, Christalin, warm and dynamic.

    SOUNDS

    This is a delicious versatility if you like the slightly dry and percussive sounds typed Tele and Start!
    Artificial harmonics meet perfectly for those who can master them.
    We just take things very soft too, if we can play end.
    The sound is very warm with not sustain exceptional but very good.
    It is acoustically very powerful which can play easily with feedback
    without needing a lot of drive or volume.
    I love it by controlling it with a volume pedal.
    I did not put ten because perfection exists does it?
    But she holds her hands down 9.
    9.5 It is a gently!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it since 1994.
    What I like most is his outstanding personality and the ease it offers me to play with the feedback.
    The vibrato is set on the table of harmony and pulling strings I use D'addario 11/49 granted Eb.
    I know of no model offering me this kind of grain with the comfort it offers.
    I find the value for money perfectly honest because I have chosen number of technical details.
    No regrets, in fact the patent of the handle is well worn and it's not over.
    The frets are origne still usable for some time.
    I have seen how poorly done I can tell you they are very good.

    Edit the April 22, 2007:

    Soon, the competition will be tough ... a Xavier Petit happens ...!!!
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