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grogren grogren
Publié le 02/19/08 à 14:48
U.S. manufacturing has that time especially, it is 91
24 frets, double coil format simply not bad, the micro bridge was changed to an evolution, hss config
ESP floyd bridge, changes to an original, although the origin of n was not bad at all, well above the licensed floyd e general.
1 tone 1 volume knob 5 pos
NECK

UTILIZATION

The handle fairly large and round anyway, but very comfortable, I'm used to the handles for pluto but this one is really nice and its size n is not a problem for solos, extremely well finished and varnished, XJ frets SQUARE ^ ^
access to your treble is excellent, the handle is crossing and the junction sleeve body is really due to its excellent quality, the ergonomics are good, certainly, but a little heavy contouring of the body and the junction are very smashing
is easily obtained and still sound good

SOUNDS

I cheeks of metal so it suits my style, but it is not as versatile for today esp.
I played on a randall head and a rack with various effects.
sounds sharp and EPSC with microphones bridge, DiMarzio evolution, the other 2 pickups are quite powerful and relatively precise and correct clean.elle sounds great in a vacuum, many, many harmonics, the sound is rather crystalline.

OVERALL OPINION

I l ais for 1 year.
c is a guitar rare, extremely well finished, I should point out that there have apparently been several versions of this guitar, the other notice referring to present a 22 round boxes, whatever it is that it is in my opinion well better than the ESP of today, it is better finished:
the varnish is better, no lack of finishing, binding good, it's not plastic like new.
but the violin is also better, as most of the guitars of the 80's and 90 "sd also compared to equivalent models of today. j I tried several esp supposed to be in the same range as mine and there is no photo, it sounds worse, c is less well done, and above all it is much more versatile than the ESP modern focus to the metal and all connected in some emg in duncan.
I would do 1000 times this choice, however, she did a few drawbacks, it is rare listedon so poorly compared to its value, and adjusting key of trussrod is a special format and J Gallery to find the proper key
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