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Applause Stratocaster
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Applause Stratocaster

STC-Shaped Guitar from Applause .

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Applause StratocasterPublished on 07/22/06 at 03:11
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
So I did not too much info on it, since the site is under construction applause: s

Number of frets: 22 frets, 3 single coil pickup (I think)
Floyd rose tremolo bridge Standard
knob 1 volume, 2 tones 5 position pickup selector
For the handle I will not be quite what to say

Advantage (on your point of view):
In short it is a good scratch to start provided you have the shoulders to carry it for 2 hours: D (4.5 kg at the last weighing)

UTILIZATION

I find the handle very nice compared to some guitar that I could try
Access to acute: Rather good

Guitar quite heavy (something I love, I love the guitar too light any ken mm 4.5 kg) since full body, its not too bad a good......
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So I did not too much info on it, since the site is under construction applause: s

Number of frets: 22 frets, 3 single coil pickup (I think)
Floyd rose tremolo bridge Standard
knob 1 volume, 2 tones 5 position pickup selector
For the handle I will not be quite what to say

Advantage (on your point of view):
In short it is a good scratch to start provided you have the shoulders to carry it for 2 hours: D (4.5 kg at the last weighing)

UTILIZATION

I find the handle very nice compared to some guitar that I could try
Access to acute: Rather good

Guitar quite heavy (something I love, I love the guitar too light any ken mm 4.5 kg) since full body, its not too bad a good offense, more harm in chorus ... still a net worse in the agreements especially in the lead!
Question form it's nice it is to install it marries the body
The sound can quickly become dirty at the same time I started his playing doi: D

SOUNDS

This guitar suits me for the "small" rock, French chanson, the solos too sluggish, we quickly after a certain limit (we are in applause I recall!)
Amp: FM 212R + pedal Kog AX1G

Sounds can range from something really clear sound a lot heavier ...

Its sonnorité in the agreements is really limited on the top of sleeve

OVERALL OPINION

I for 1 year (for the price of a CD: D)
I like its weight
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  • Manufacturer: Applause
  • Model: Stratocaster
  • Category: STC-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 07/13/2006

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