"It is a beautiful Japanese, which I purchased new in 1989.
-With a Floyd Rose double-lock, manufactured under license by Schaller Germany.
Channel fantastic rosewood with 22 frets, one would think it plays by itself.
Micro-Configuration: 1 Jackson double-coil (humbucker) J-90C and 2 single-coil Jackson (Single-coil) J-100. Configuration: HSS
-5-Way switch, a contrle of tone and volume.
-The handle is actually the strong point of this instrument, none of which I guiatres availing oneself or that I played left me this imprssion (not certainly raise my Gibson), fingers glide effort on the handle, what fun to do solos. Even if it is not very good, it was the imprssion it is a great guitarist.
-The guitar is very well balanced with the form of a Startocaster more modern, it is played both sitting and standing.
-The CSCA is very easy to acute, the body of the instrument's neck is attached with the form of a fawn as it facilitates a super CASC at 22 nd freight, normal is a guitar made for shredders.
The Jackson-double-coil (humbucker) J-90C is not as powerful as DiMarzio or EMG for its saturated've seen LOTS of people change their J-90C for pickups more powerful, it can be well if done only as a kind of mtal, but J-90C are more versatile, the era I played mtal but now as I play funk, I am very pleased with the ever have changed.
The Jackson-2 single-coil (single-coil) J-100 is the typical sound of a Fender Stratocaster 60s.
"She is rich in sound and not just for the metal.
-As for the mtal (fat saturation) for the (clean) funk, passing through the cover band in which I played it from me forever. It plays any style of music, good can not really rte for jazz
-For the solos, is a must.
"I've had + / - 20 years, I also availing oneself as a Charvel Spectrum + / - 20 years.
-I ssay many models before and after.
-To tell you, I availing oneself of Gibson and Fender, what could possibly sell it, but I never sell my Charvel.
"I adore my Charvel, whether the quality of construction, sound, finish, the wood you choose (it should not be compulsory that the Japanese were the largest stock of precious wood in the world, even the yankees achtent their antlers in Japanese) and especially jouabilit I will ever be the choice with their eyes closed. But that said, I never n'achterais San Dimas made by Fender today who have nothing to do with the 80s Charvel.
-In '89 when I bought my Charvel it costs + / - EUR 1000, the era c'tait quite expensive for a Japanese, but it's worth every penny I pay.
-Is it a guitar collection? For me, certainly "YES "!!!!