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  • mamassalabassemamassalabasse

    Aria Pro II The CatPublished on 03/27/07 at 15:44
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Manufactured in: Korea
    Pickups: a double-coil bridge, 2 single-coil middle and neck
    Neck: Rosewood 22 frets type strat '
    Controls: 1 volume, 1 tone push / pull bass / treble, a 5-way switch
    Bridge: Start type 'location with vibrato
    Finishes: correct, the level of a Squier for comparison.

    UTILIZATION

    Microphones not always as accurate as me Fender Start, for example, but I find the handle very, very enjoyable to play, type "highway" ... Access to acute very easy as cutaway very pronounced.
    Good ergonomics, well balanced guitar, but relatively heavy. Good range of sound settings, quite versatile.

    SOUNDS

    I tried this guitar I own for ten years in a lot of conf…
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    Manufactured in: Korea
    Pickups: a double-coil bridge, 2 single-coil middle and neck
    Neck: Rosewood 22 frets type strat '
    Controls: 1 volume, 1 tone push / pull bass / treble, a 5-way switch
    Bridge: Start type 'location with vibrato
    Finishes: correct, the level of a Squier for comparison.

    UTILIZATION

    Microphones not always as accurate as me Fender Start, for example, but I find the handle very, very enjoyable to play, type "highway" ... Access to acute very easy as cutaway very pronounced.
    Good ergonomics, well balanced guitar, but relatively heavy. Good range of sound settings, quite versatile.

    SOUNDS

    I tried this guitar I own for ten years in a lot of configurations ... Playing a bit of all styles, I can not really say if it suited me, however I find that it fits with two "axes" of sounds:
    - High-pitched sounds sharp to type funk / reggae, with the switch on the microphone acute or acute / medium
    - Sounds rock / britpop voluntarily just filthy on the edges, "dripping", putting the microphone on the double-coil

    Danc these two configurations this Aria is doing really a lot better than my Squier for example, although the latter is more versatile.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I played a lot of guitars, and it seems to be a great learning guitar. This was my case, it was my first electric guitar when I wanted to evolve the classic.
    Guitar quite versatile, sturdy, well made and above all, who wants to begin with a good electric instrument, or to have a good second guitar in case of untimely breaking of rope in full concert ...
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