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  • TanadahTanadah

    Aria Pro II FL21HDWPublished on 09/25/07 at 10:35
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It was manufactured in the United States in 1994. It is no longer distributed. It can be found in a warehouse sale, a thrift shop or attic of his neighbor ...
    There are 22 frets, 2 single pickups in the neck position and middle, a double splittable in the bridge position.
    Vibrato is vintage.
    There is a volume knob and one tone control, 5 position selector type strata, a splitter switch for the humbucker.
    The handle is screwed in maple with a rosewood fingerboard of 22 boxes.
    For the body, difficult to find an archive. It would be Alder.
    The mechanical oil bath.
    Besides the shield, it is the exact replica of the Stratocaster.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is easy to play, g…
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    It was manufactured in the United States in 1994. It is no longer distributed. It can be found in a warehouse sale, a thrift shop or attic of his neighbor ...
    There are 22 frets, 2 single pickups in the neck position and middle, a double splittable in the bridge position.
    Vibrato is vintage.
    There is a volume knob and one tone control, 5 position selector type strata, a splitter switch for the humbucker.
    The handle is screwed in maple with a rosewood fingerboard of 22 boxes.
    For the body, difficult to find an archive. It would be Alder.
    The mechanical oil bath.
    Besides the shield, it is the exact replica of the Stratocaster.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is easy to play, getting started is quick. The frets are thin and clear, sustain is correct.
    The heel is contoured to the high notes making it easy access to the latest boxes.
    Body shape is comfortable to play (normal since it is a perfect copy of the Start). For cons, I find it a bit heavy. But not excessive, we must play at least 2 hours for it to become annoying.
    This gives a good sound quite easily, without having to search for hours.

    SOUNDS

    I take pleasure in playing blues, rock, metal.
    I used it on Peavey amp, Yamaha and Marshall. Now on ART Tube MP, Line 6 Pod-XT and Active Monitors DB Technologies L160.
    My favorite sounds: clean and light crunch to the neck and middle pickups. Saturated fat with the bridge pickup.
    The sonoritée I hate: fat saturation with handle and middle pickups.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have since 2000.
    What I like most: the neck pickup and environment that has a grain-like Fender. The mechanical oil bath. The heel section for easy access to the last box.
    What I like least: the bridge pickup that lacks definition and power. The sound of the handle.
    She has a good quality / price ratio (around € 245 new).
    Nous change the neck and bridge pickup, and you have a very good guitar.
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  • capirouchecapirouche

    Aria Pro II FL21HDWPublished on 02/06/10 at 06:07
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The exact REFERENCES FL21HDW is this aria pro II Fullerton manufacturing Coren.
    It is a copy of the famous Fender Stratocaster

    The body is in Saddle with a pickguard (shield) perl bypassing the humbucker. THE shell of jack is reversed compared to conventional models.

    The handle is very well painted Saddle, it's really enjoyable to play. The 22 keys are rosewood. The frets are midway between that of a Fender guitar and a jumbo.
    The junction body / neck is from the eighteenth septime box.

    The vibrato is Wilkinson and the six signs are: Mechanical oil bath Gotoh (respect!)

    Ct microphone: 2 singles and a double micro-all signs Duncan Designed (seymour duncan). They prsentent one…
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    The exact REFERENCES FL21HDW is this aria pro II Fullerton manufacturing Coren.
    It is a copy of the famous Fender Stratocaster

    The body is in Saddle with a pickguard (shield) perl bypassing the humbucker. THE shell of jack is reversed compared to conventional models.

    The handle is very well painted Saddle, it's really enjoyable to play. The 22 keys are rosewood. The frets are midway between that of a Fender guitar and a jumbo.
    The junction body / neck is from the eighteenth septime box.

    The vibrato is Wilkinson and the six signs are: Mechanical oil bath Gotoh (respect!)

    Ct microphone: 2 singles and a double micro-all signs Duncan Designed (seymour duncan). They prsentent one of the highlights of this guitar.

    I put 9 / 10 because of its price era, I had my first for 2800 francs.
    Mine is superb, the Saddle is bleutvert under layers of varnish.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is in C.
    It is very pleasing, the CASC Aiges is normal for a Stratocaster. Obtained without difficulty a sound, the guitar sounds very good indeed not branch, which is a sign ...
    The frets are finished very well, no worries this ct has the slides alone.

    Guitar PSE normal weight, its handling is easy.

    I put 8 / 10 because when the handle is even less pleasant than on other models (Cort 115) that I could test. That said, this remains an excellent round, he must play for long periods before a beginners feel fatigued.

    SOUNDS

    Although sr, it is suitable for rock music I play. I use it with a Pod X3 and / or directly to a 15 watt amp vypyr.
    You can get all the sounds you want, the Duncan Designed pickups are really great for a.

    On this guitar, there are two knobs (volume and tonality and a split that can make the dual microphone setup simple (like on a Fender Stratocaster). Slecteur The 5 positions can isolate each mic or mixer the neck pickup or the micro-bridge (single or double) with the microphone in the middle.
    The possibilities of sound standards are personally use most often double or micro-mix neck pickup / mic environment.

    I put 9 / 10 in particular thanks to the great Duncan Designed pickups.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I think I since 1996. Before her, I had a guitar line between this aria pro II and did not see anything. It's really a great guitar midrange, especially when we think we can dsormais acqurir for the equivalent of 100 euro-hand. Really, I do not regret my choice of the era.

    I was able to compare a 115, which remains a Cort guitar mid-range (both guitars taient also the best reports from the era qualitprix for Stratocaster) and the handle part of the Cort It is this aria Por multimdia anywhere.

    Over time, the pickguard does not stick very well for a small place, it is the only criticism that I find to APRS almost 15 years together.
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