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  • toronadotoronado

    Coxx S50Published on 11/17/06 at 04:11
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    _ Made in china
    _ 21 frets, 3 single coil pickups (configuration stratocaster)
    _ 1 tone, 1 volume, a 5-way switch
    Channel Profile _ "C"

    UTILIZATION

    _ The handle is horrible, the frets are too large, the lower slide has the effect to cut your finger
    _ Access to acute "normal, nothing extraordinary
    _ Trslgre, in fact it is agglomerbr /> _ The 5-way switch is unnecessary all the sounds are identical

    SOUNDS

    _ In that time the first guitar I n't trs not require the sound, it is trs acute and lack of power in overdrive mode.
    _ I tried it with a peavey 15 watts and 25 watts a fender frontman, always the same observation
    _ The sound is crystalline, sharp and clea…
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    _ Made in china
    _ 21 frets, 3 single coil pickups (configuration stratocaster)
    _ 1 tone, 1 volume, a 5-way switch
    Channel Profile _ "C"

    UTILIZATION

    _ The handle is horrible, the frets are too large, the lower slide has the effect to cut your finger
    _ Access to acute "normal, nothing extraordinary
    _ Trslgre, in fact it is agglomerbr /> _ The 5-way switch is unnecessary all the sounds are identical

    SOUNDS

    _ In that time the first guitar I n't trs not require the sound, it is trs acute and lack of power in overdrive mode.
    _ I tried it with a peavey 15 watts and 25 watts a fender frontman, always the same observation
    _ The sound is crystalline, sharp and clear pltot. the 5-way switch is unnecessary, each sound is like

    OVERALL OPINION

    I kept this guitar 6 months, this was my first and it allowed me to "taste" the electric at good prices (200 + quitar amp 15W), the ratio price quality rather t mean (I got my money any more ...)
    If I had to choose a guitar for dbutter I think I will not repeat this choice, it may be of prfrable dpenser a little more for the quality
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  • MozeeMozee

    Coxx S50Published on 03/01/07 at 01:32
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This is a guitar made in China, 21 frets, standard tremolo bridge, three pickups, five position switch, one volume, two tones. The body is light wood (not plywood). A true copy: of mine, slightly flamed maple neck has a rosewood reinforcement in the back (as on the Start). Its profile is rather thin and round, C-type thin. In addition, this varnish finish and faded plastic parts, vintage type. Single fault, the varnish was cracked quickly. In addition, any impact is seen on (it's all good for SRV or budding Gallagher). Finally, in my high E, the frets have been removed (in the chordwise ayayay). I put 6 for varnish cracks and frets wax.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is soft in terms of …
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    This is a guitar made in China, 21 frets, standard tremolo bridge, three pickups, five position switch, one volume, two tones. The body is light wood (not plywood). A true copy: of mine, slightly flamed maple neck has a rosewood reinforcement in the back (as on the Start). Its profile is rather thin and round, C-type thin. In addition, this varnish finish and faded plastic parts, vintage type. Single fault, the varnish was cracked quickly. In addition, any impact is seen on (it's all good for SRV or budding Gallagher). Finally, in my high E, the frets have been removed (in the chordwise ayayay). I put 6 for varnish cracks and frets wax.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is soft in terms of access to acute ... Ben is a 21 fret Strat then ... The guitar is very light and is quite enjoyable to play.

    SOUNDS

    Contrary to other opinions, I do not think the sounds are similar. The microphone is very serious soft and round, more powerful than the others in an intermediate position (2 and 4), it was these sounds out of phase to the delight of funkymen, I do not use the microphone medium alone, the micro Acute sounds more slamming. For my part, I'm addicted to long sensuous bends over in the 12th box, and micro serious and clear sound, or acute crunch, it goes smoothly. For it slide has a very aquatic, warm distortion with a TS-9 type, it's beautiful! on the other hand, with a large distortion, no microwave does its sufficiently defined to be usable. I had a Strat Mexico, and we are away. But it was the fifth of the price of a Japanese product honest.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have this past year Coxx, guitar and backup, or when I have the blue soul, I immersed myself without regrets. At the price I paid, I find that I have not stolen.
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  • laurentm71laurentm71

    Coxx S50Published on 02/19/09 at 14:19
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in China ... 21 frets, 3 single, vintage bridge, 1 volume, 2 tone, 5 position selector .... in short, a copy strat .... a handle with a very fine orange varnish really nice ... the body is indeed made of WOOD and super lightweight.

    Any notes made in connection with, the price ... no comparison with good strat!!

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is thin and very nice, the guitar is very well set ... access to acute is stratabound, the form also noted a beautiful polish that reminds the old strats ... we get cool sounds in intermediate positions, low and high I do not use the middle pickup alone but he is very correct.

    SOUNDS

    Despite its 2-tone sunburst (superb) a blue guitar…
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    Made in China ... 21 frets, 3 single, vintage bridge, 1 volume, 2 tone, 5 position selector .... in short, a copy strat .... a handle with a very fine orange varnish really nice ... the body is indeed made of WOOD and super lightweight.

    Any notes made in connection with, the price ... no comparison with good strat!!

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is thin and very nice, the guitar is very well set ... access to acute is stratabound, the form also noted a beautiful polish that reminds the old strats ... we get cool sounds in intermediate positions, low and high I do not use the middle pickup alone but he is very correct.

    SOUNDS

    Despite its 2-tone sunburst (superb) a blue guitar .... very bluesy on a Fender tube is great, certainly it is not a stratum of 54 but the price puts us up!

    the tones are warm, or slamming christallin in crunch (TubeScreamer) unless it is ridiculous .....

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it recently ... I bought it recently, having sold some nice guitars prestigious (telecaster 76, Gibson 60 years are 125 and ringtone maker, custom lespaul 79, Blade, and many other musicman I regret to p. .... crisis), I play for several years exclusively acoustic (Gibson L00), but hey, an urge to réelectrifier all here ..... no budget for electric then with a boyfriend, a coxx!

    With over 20 years of music, various groups, zic shop for 8 years, I prmet to give notice (target) for value for money is what I found more !!!!! ideal for a beginner, stick with a very easy guitar to super passionate. guitar simple and efficient, unpretentious, but without prestige ... the head is very pretty but she has no Fender logo!! and then! and it sounds just ...

    in short, a good guitar for 150 euros price nine .... we greatly for his money!
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