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  • vodevilvodevil

    Aria Pro II SL-STD-3Published on 12/29/06 at 09:37
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    No idea of ​​the place where it will probably manufactured somewhere in Asia ^^
    22 frets I do not know the original pickups I put Seymour Duncan.
    slcteur 5 positions
    maple neck button vernis.manche too wide pil for me.

    USE

    The neck is too wide as I said, but the access to treble is good.
    a little heavy but I quibble and quillibre is perfect
    strat shape ^^
    I do not really conais the original guitar I've changed a lot of live stuff like mcaniques (gotch m1tenant) and pickups with Seymour Duncan

    SONORITS

    More or less ...
    I played on a marshall and fender MG100DFX FM212R the clean sound is very accurate and the saturated sounds but I repeats I HAVE CHANGE MICROS so I'm…
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    No idea of ​​the place where it will probably manufactured somewhere in Asia ^^
    22 frets I do not know the original pickups I put Seymour Duncan.
    slcteur 5 positions
    maple neck button vernis.manche too wide pil for me.

    USE

    The neck is too wide as I said, but the access to treble is good.
    a little heavy but I quibble and quillibre is perfect
    strat shape ^^
    I do not really conais the original guitar I've changed a lot of live stuff like mcaniques (gotch m1tenant) and pickups with Seymour Duncan

    SONORITS

    More or less ...
    I played on a marshall and fender MG100DFX FM212R the clean sound is very accurate and the saturated sounds but I repeats I HAVE CHANGE MICROS so I'm not very useful this field ...

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I use it for 1 year, but the guitar has more than 20 years (it was bequeathed to me ^^)
    I do not say paut gd thing about not look + because it is full of sticker slayer, pantera and other machine head ^^
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  • Anonymous

    Aria Pro II SL-STD-3Published on 06/27/10 at 16:04
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Core
    1987? / 1988? (N 7101387)
    Type strat tremolo bridge
    Channel rable rable key (not bad the one!)
    22 boxes
    SSH config micro (2 singles and 1 double)
    1 Volume, 1 Tonalitbr /> Slcteur 5 positions
    Body: I ​​went to vrifier, unfortunately that's the cons-plated (cons-plated what stuff, good question !?) at least on my own after I do not know if there had variations or not !?

    USE

    I put 8 for the handle is really very satisfying, I am accustomed to handles rosewood keys; it's happiness. This is more alive, organic. For me the best of the best is the key to bne but that's another subject.
    The frets are super low on the handle, it's really enjoyable; more than slides, a surf…
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    Core
    1987? / 1988? (N 7101387)
    Type strat tremolo bridge
    Channel rable rable key (not bad the one!)
    22 boxes
    SSH config micro (2 singles and 1 double)
    1 Volume, 1 Tonalitbr /> Slcteur 5 positions
    Body: I ​​went to vrifier, unfortunately that's the cons-plated (cons-plated what stuff, good question !?) at least on my own after I do not know if there had variations or not !?

    USE

    I put 8 for the handle is really very satisfying, I am accustomed to handles rosewood keys; it's happiness. This is more alive, organic. For me the best of the best is the key to bne but that's another subject.
    The frets are super low on the handle, it's really enjoyable; more than slides, a surf!

    Getting a good sound is relative ...

    I will say that it'll be confined ultra clean (the singles) and very big satu on the double, no middle or intermediary exploitable here with the "sound quality of scratches.
    We slip very easily over the handle, the handle is a rgal for the rhythm and shred soft.


    SONORITS

    Has the right to gte ...

    So yes there is the small ct crmeux (but the cream turns), very trslgrement crystalline (but dull) simply in typical strat neck position.
    It remains clear and rather well dfini but sorely lacking in dynamics, attack, character and grain.
    It's pretty cold and flat, but I maintain that it is not ugly at all for this kind of guitar "low end", which is perhaps as well as a current Squier (I know it there has squier that sounds great but not current). with a small pedal compression can be touched without the problem sounds very Gilmourien any proportion guard. The middle position ben c ' kif kif is ...

    Twice; is not quibble pushing the gain and the point bar. It will not do anything to try tter crunch or big rock / rock has not happen at all so as to push the gain to overcome the weakness of this qualitative micro and have a very honest its happening all over registry trash / metal, trash / punk but no HxC Metal triple pedal because the microphone is not dynamic enough and that's all.

    In overall sonoritssches, axes and without really sustain.

    Even if these pickups are not really top and violin Gnrale very questionable, was still quite prcis, no draft for that kind of range. The handle is really great, has saves the day.

    I bought it just for the handle to retype a Aria Pro II Ash (1981 Jap Matsumoku) has the will.

    It may be a very good investment for a beginner condition that the guitar is very well rgle I had mine for 80, has not expected dpasser 150 grand max. It takes rather good agreement and it is quite uncommon in these ranges.

    Mine is really rgle tip top, a pity that the sound quality is not the appointment although that price and with body-against plauqu must not dreaming. Note that the cons-plated is not "bad" per se (it has luthiers who will hex me), it's "just" that has does nothing to sounds (color, heat, stamp etc ...). For example baffles Oranges are 18-ply birch is say 18 layers of birch against-plated (this is not the chipboard and they sound the fire of the gods (HP thank you very good quality but also is another DBAT ...

    Change the background on this guitar pickups; I say no is not used much except maybe more precision and a bit of clarity but not its embellisment typical grain so broad investment rsultat Strait.
    Rcuprer much to handle project violin or just get your feet on guitar and then have a big favorite for this guitar, why not!

    I would put 5 but some compar Squier / Ibanez low end I would put a big view 7 8 well-deserved! It will always be better than Elypse brands Berhinger, tenson and other kind!

    If you want custody as long remake with good electronic components, change the easel and mcaniques but not the microphones of violin making body.The MCAS and origin well hold the easel road but it really better. But still seems to me much for violin making.

    So depending on your budget and see your music use, one-time or not.

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    80 is very honest!

    Yes I tried a lot of model low ranges (ibanez gax, epiphone sg 400 etc ...) to high ranges (Rickenbacker dakota, gibson les paul edwards the lp 100 etc ...) I will mostly not compare the aria (this model) with the high-end.

    I love the sleeve! I do not like the body!
    I will never do it again this choice, but hard to find just a quality handle below 150/80 why I bought I needed a handle to retype a skyscraper.

    Now our "era" as there are scratching for a little more finished most expensive and best violin so well rflchir.
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  • maiden08maiden08

    Aria Pro II SL-STD-3Published on 11/22/08 at 03:50
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The guitar was made in Korea, for the mine in 1988. Bright red.
    It's a 22 frets, one humbucker in bridge surely brand Aria and Aria 2 singles also.
    The bridge and tremolo are Aria I think.
    There is a 5 position pickup selector, one volume knob and one tone.
    Strat-type handle (like a guitar strat acutuelle).

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is not bad, neither large nor end, the handle is correct.
    Access to treble is perfect, I go easily frets 20/22.
    It is a form strat standars (but which is closer to a jackson that a fender).
    Its weight is correct, it is super light nor too heavy weight.
    From its side, it manages to have something pretty good, there's no need to tamper with…
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    The guitar was made in Korea, for the mine in 1988. Bright red.
    It's a 22 frets, one humbucker in bridge surely brand Aria and Aria 2 singles also.
    The bridge and tremolo are Aria I think.
    There is a 5 position pickup selector, one volume knob and one tone.
    Strat-type handle (like a guitar strat acutuelle).

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is not bad, neither large nor end, the handle is correct.
    Access to treble is perfect, I go easily frets 20/22.
    It is a form strat standars (but which is closer to a jackson that a fender).
    Its weight is correct, it is super light nor too heavy weight.
    From its side, it manages to have something pretty good, there's no need to tamper with the grattepour have something good, the volume knob on the bottom and bottom tone and go!

    SOUNDS

    I play pretty rock / hard rock, and she is doing well in distortion, I'm to the metal type distortion (kind of distortion digitech) or its type mxr fuzz, or with my rockman c sustainor the perfect, all that on a small marshall and it sounds great.
    In its clear I can be something very sharp which layer, or something pretty powerful distortion.
    I never played with just the bridge pickup because I find that too steep c strings become too sensitive. then I go back a notch, bridge pickup + microphone middle and c perfect. I find that tapping into it a bit wrong, fo really hit hard, so I think the bridge pickup c lacks a little power.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 5 years but more than 20 years, color makes good with the black pickups, easy access to the treble is not evil, in its own distortion, and what I like least c lack of potato in tapping (but a change for micro seymour duncan or DiMarzio would surely do). I already try a squier and epiphone sg, I find the least Squier perforation and sg better. It occurs rarely, it should be at the vicinity of 200/250 euro for the price it's worth it I think. Ben is my first guitar so I will keep forever I think.
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