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STC-Shaped Guitar from ESP belonging to the Horizon II series

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  • bonjovi7805bonjovi7805

    ESP Horizon FR-IIPublished on 02/20/09 at 23:35
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Equipment: mahogany body, AAA shower table in maple, maple neck through body, with ebony fingerboard, 24 frets XJ, mechanical Gotoh, Original Floyd Rose bridge, Seymour Duncan 59 in a run and a Seymour DuncanJB the bridge, 1 volume control, 1 tone control, 3-position selector.

    Color: Dark Brown Sunburst flamed top

    UTILIZATION

    I am too much in love lol nice top
    color not found in Europe and to order
    I had an exchange against my gibson les paul classic 1960, which pleased me more too used to the vibrato
    easy access to acute
    the super fast race
    very slight
    nikel sound very versatile
    the floyd rose super

    SOUNDS

    The sound is a killer
    and the super fast ra…
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    Equipment: mahogany body, AAA shower table in maple, maple neck through body, with ebony fingerboard, 24 frets XJ, mechanical Gotoh, Original Floyd Rose bridge, Seymour Duncan 59 in a run and a Seymour DuncanJB the bridge, 1 volume control, 1 tone control, 3-position selector.

    Color: Dark Brown Sunburst flamed top

    UTILIZATION

    I am too much in love lol nice top
    color not found in Europe and to order
    I had an exchange against my gibson les paul classic 1960, which pleased me more too used to the vibrato
    easy access to acute
    the super fast race
    very slight
    nikel sound very versatile
    the floyd rose super

    SOUNDS

    The sound is a killer
    and the super fast race I play canon rock faster than before to tell you
    I love it I play with a tube amp engl 840/50, 2x12 v30 cab, Rocktron Voodoo Valve
    in preamp, jam vox and guitar rig 3
    a killing
    everybody says that you have to buy fender or gibson
    I was malmsteen fender or gibson les paul classic, well I have the top
    for me it is my opinion
    and in addition a floyd rose like a real agreement that no problem but I put him over the head

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had one week is a regal
    I do not blame him
    I have had at least 10 and the scraper is really over
    the price is really HOnet compared to what you have in your hands
    I hesitated again this choice without
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  • nickname009nickname009

    ESP Horizon FR-IIPublished on 09/04/11 at 23:31
    * Neck-Thru-Body Construction
    * 25.5" Scale
    * Mahogany Body
    * Quilted Maple Top
    * Maple Neck
    * Ebony Fingerboard
    * 42mm Locking Nuy
    * Thin U Neck Contour
    * 24 XJ Frets
    * Black Nickel Hardware
    * Gotoh Tuners
    * Floyd Rose Original Bridge
    * EMG 81 (B) / 85 (N) Active p.u.
    * Finish: STR (See Thru Red)
    * Master Volume
    * 3-Way Toggle
    * Master Tone

    This is probably one of most famous guitars that ESP has ever made aside from the M series. This is basically the M series guitar with an arched top. Highest quality available, made in Japan and OFR. With EMGs or sometimes with duncans as I've previously seen before.…
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    * Neck-Thru-Body Construction
    * 25.5" Scale
    * Mahogany Body
    * Quilted Maple Top
    * Maple Neck
    * Ebony Fingerboard
    * 42mm Locking Nuy
    * Thin U Neck Contour
    * 24 XJ Frets
    * Black Nickel Hardware
    * Gotoh Tuners
    * Floyd Rose Original Bridge
    * EMG 81 (B) / 85 (N) Active p.u.
    * Finish: STR (See Thru Red)
    * Master Volume
    * 3-Way Toggle
    * Master Tone

    This is probably one of most famous guitars that ESP has ever made aside from the M series. This is basically the M series guitar with an arched top. Highest quality available, made in Japan and OFR. With EMGs or sometimes with duncans as I've previously seen before.


    UTILIZATION

    Great guitar overall shape-wise, very comfortable to play. It has stomach contours on the back, and the neck thru body design allows easily access to the upper frets no problem.

    The neck itself is thin but not like an ibanez wizard, not like a strat either. I'd say something in between.

    The pickups are very well known so of course they sound good. Dozens of artists uses EMGs or have used EMGs before on previous records, tours etc.


    Of course the OFR takes getting used to for those who don't have much experience with locking tremolos. But if you do have experience, then you know you're set and good to go with this one!

    SOUNDS

    This can be anything you want. Though yes it sort of is geared a bit more towards those who play with high gain or more than just bluesy type distortion. It sounds great for nearly everything that requires such high gain stuff.

    You can achieve any metal sound from any band pretty much depending on the amp that you've got. The EMGs only do so much, but it definitely gets you in the ball park.

    Harmonics come out very easily, everything is accentuated and all the good frequencies are emphasized. Sort of like boosting an amp.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Overall this is one of the industry standards for a metal super strat guitar. The arched top gives an extra bit of warmth and elegance to the look as well. The See through black cherry look is also very good. The Floyd is awesome you can do anything you want with it and it'll stay in tune. From those VH dive bombs to vai's weird stuff to dimebag's crazy pull ups! It's all doable!

    The EMGs are also the industry standard high gain pickup. You can't go wrong with'em!

    The only thing stopping this guitar from being perfect is the stupid logo at the 12th fret. It's so big, so ugly. Such a huge advertisement piece on your guitar, as if the guitar itself is not obvious enough that it's an ESP. I mean you're paying quite a bit of money for this guitar and you still have to have that huge ad on your guitar???
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  • HatsubaiHatsubai

    Top notch standard series

    ESP Horizon FR-IIPublished on 08/15/11 at 18:29
    The ESP Horizon series usually comes with alder wings. However, for the USA guitars, they released a Horizon with mahogany wings, and I really think it improves the overall tone of the guitar. The guitar features mahogany wings with a figured maple top, maple neck-thru construction with an ebony fretboard, 24 extra jumbo frets, side square inlays with a 12th fret name inlay, an original floyd rose, two humbuckers, one volume, one tone and a three way switch.

    UTILIZATION

    The guitar is pretty much flawless in its construction. The frets themselves are perfectly level, and I was able to get some scary low action with this thing without it fretting out, even with big bends. The fre…
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    The ESP Horizon series usually comes with alder wings. However, for the USA guitars, they released a Horizon with mahogany wings, and I really think it improves the overall tone of the guitar. The guitar features mahogany wings with a figured maple top, maple neck-thru construction with an ebony fretboard, 24 extra jumbo frets, side square inlays with a 12th fret name inlay, an original floyd rose, two humbuckers, one volume, one tone and a three way switch.

    UTILIZATION

    The guitar is pretty much flawless in its construction. The frets themselves are perfectly level, and I was able to get some scary low action with this thing without it fretting out, even with big bends. The fret ends were nice and round, so they don't cut your hand while moving up and down the neck. The binding was top notch, and you can't even really see where it starts and stops. The guitar has an original floyd rose, so you have one of the best floyds out there on the market. About the only thing I could complain about is that it has a battery box, which means they carved out some of the wood for ease of battery changing.

    SOUNDS

    The guitar sounds absolutely huge. The EMG 81 in the bridge is perfect for this guitar. While neck-thru guitars can be really bright, the mahogany wings help mellow everything out and add some fatness to this. The EMG 81 in the bridge allows the guitar to cut, and the mahogany is there to keep everything from going haywire in the treble. The EMG 85 in the neck is super fat, and you can get some sick legato going on with this thing. The guitar isn't that great for classic rock or anything with low gain, but for high gain, this thing absolutely rips.

    OVERALL OPINION

    If you can find one of these at a good price, jump on it. It's one of my favorite guitars. It sounds great, feels awesome and has a perfect weight to it overall. The fretwork on the standard series is ridiculous enough to where the custom shop models almost don't even feel worth the coin...almost.
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  • Omar ShaloOmar Shalo

    ESP Horizon FR-IIPublished on 10/31/07 at 06:43
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Idem previous opinions.
    EMG81 microphones and 85 (Zack Wylde Kit)

    UTILIZATION

    Channel pleasant, I love the ebony fingerboard.
    At the store, I found the strings too high, but after a stint at a luthier, it is quite correct. There is a way to blow up the "shredder" on it.

    The guitar is rather light compared to the pachyderms like Gibson Les Paul.
    Well-balanced guitar, the neck not sting the nose when you play standing (try the LTD Viper I found unplayable up ...)

    Default: no muzzle ... Rockline Avenue with a lag, I used to play guitar with a groove!
    But compared to my lag, this guitar is much more accurate, natural and artificial harmonics are much more easy way. For …
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    Idem previous opinions.
    EMG81 microphones and 85 (Zack Wylde Kit)

    UTILIZATION

    Channel pleasant, I love the ebony fingerboard.
    At the store, I found the strings too high, but after a stint at a luthier, it is quite correct. There is a way to blow up the "shredder" on it.

    The guitar is rather light compared to the pachyderms like Gibson Les Paul.
    Well-balanced guitar, the neck not sting the nose when you play standing (try the LTD Viper I found unplayable up ...)

    Default: no muzzle ... Rockline Avenue with a lag, I used to play guitar with a groove!
    But compared to my lag, this guitar is much more accurate, natural and artificial harmonics are much more easy way. For example, the natural harmonic in the second box, I perform well 1 out of 4 times with the lag, and with the ESP it sounds all the time!

    For sound, I compared a model with micro Seymour Duncan (I forget which) with a model mounted EMG81/85. Being a fan of Slayer, Nostromo, Converge Dillinger Escape Plan or other, I fell for the EMG. The 81 kills distortion. on the other hand I find it super dry clear sound. The 85 has a less dry, less garish. More velvety. It is certainly not a Telecaster or a Stratocaster in his clear, but I think it's correct.

    8 for the lack of versatility.
    But no one buys an ESP to play jazz or blues, though!

    SOUNDS

    I play mostly metal and post rock above.
    My amp is a Carvin XV-212.
    The distos are excellent, clear sounds good but not transcendent. 7 for that.

    OVERALL OPINION

    5 months I play it. 15 years I play guitar.
    I find it very enjoyable to play, I think I'm a guitar hero with LOL

    I find very good value for money. I could pay 1000 euros more for this guitar.

    She tapp in the eye, it has a terrible personality, which is expressed mainly in the metal. And besides it is really beautiful. Absolute class, dark red, round conductor!

    I would do the same choice, against I'll have a telecaster or a stratum for clean sounds.
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  • HatsubaiHatsubai

    One of my favorite ESPs

    ESP Horizon FR-IIPublished on 05/30/11 at 14:38
    The ESP Horizon II FR is part of the Horizon series that ESP has had since the 80s. This guitar features a mahogany body with a quilted maple top, a maple neck-thru body with an ebony fretboard and 24 extra jumbo frets, small square inlays with a name on the 12th fret, binding, an original floyd rose, two humbuckers, one volume, one tone and a three way switch.

    UTILIZATION

    The fretwork on the ESP Standard series is usually pretty awesome. The frets are nicely leveled, have a good crown and aren't sharp at all. The neck itself is a fairly thin U shaped neck that's not quite as thin as the Ibanez Wizard neck, but it's fairly close. The binding is clean without any real flaws, the…
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    The ESP Horizon II FR is part of the Horizon series that ESP has had since the 80s. This guitar features a mahogany body with a quilted maple top, a maple neck-thru body with an ebony fretboard and 24 extra jumbo frets, small square inlays with a name on the 12th fret, binding, an original floyd rose, two humbuckers, one volume, one tone and a three way switch.

    UTILIZATION

    The fretwork on the ESP Standard series is usually pretty awesome. The frets are nicely leveled, have a good crown and aren't sharp at all. The neck itself is a fairly thin U shaped neck that's not quite as thin as the Ibanez Wizard neck, but it's fairly close. The binding is clean without any real flaws, the body feels awesome, and the finish is very stunning to look at thanks to its transparent red finish and quilted maple top. As always, these guitars sport an original floyd rose, which I happen to think is the best out of all the floyds out there.

    SOUNDS

    This guitar is an absolute metal machine. The EMGs in this thing just kill. The EMG 81 in the bridge creates this harmonically rich and bitey metal tone that can cut through the densest mix, and thanks to the mahogany wings, it helps thicken up what would otherwise be an overly bright guitar. The 85 in the neck gives a super huge, fat and powerful lead tone that sings for days. You can do crazy legato runs without any issues thanks to this pickup.

    OVERALL OPINION

    If you're in the market for a great metal great, definitely check this out. Some people may not like the arched top body compared to the M series, but I find it feels pretty nice. It gives it that almost Les Paul kinda feel at times. The biggest issue with these guitars is that they're fairly pricey. In fact, they're some of the most expensive in the Standard lineup. Because of that, I recommend trying to buy one used.
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  • Rillecy94Rillecy94

    ESP Horizon FR-IIPublished on 04/23/09 at 04:49
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Origin: Japan
    Body: Ash
    Pickups: Seymour Duncan SH-1n (neck) and TB-4 (bridge)
    Vibrato: Floyd Rose Original
    Channel: varnish. driver handle with an ebony fingerboard.
    Electronics: 1 volume (system with push / push (which for me works fine), 1 tone.

    UTILIZATION

    So let's start with the big attraction of using this guitar, the neck. It is simply magical, magnificent, grandiose. It is thin, with a round profile, is a real highway. The ebony fingerboard makes it even more comfortable, it slips alone is a plus that facilitates the execution of the game as it is conductive, access to acute occurs without problems and also give a contribution that comes in sustain. This handle …
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    Origin: Japan
    Body: Ash
    Pickups: Seymour Duncan SH-1n (neck) and TB-4 (bridge)
    Vibrato: Floyd Rose Original
    Channel: varnish. driver handle with an ebony fingerboard.
    Electronics: 1 volume (system with push / push (which for me works fine), 1 tone.

    UTILIZATION

    So let's start with the big attraction of using this guitar, the neck. It is simply magical, magnificent, grandiose. It is thin, with a round profile, is a real highway. The ebony fingerboard makes it even more comfortable, it slips alone is a plus that facilitates the execution of the game as it is conductive, access to acute occurs without problems and also give a contribution that comes in sustain. This handle is a pure delight, that is happiness ...

    For ergonomics, this is a super stratum, and I can say that the makers do not joke with ESP. The wood is heavier as ash, but the body is also smaller in size which is balanced in the end. Some will still complain that it is heavy (I finally found it). So good ergonomics, there is a good balance, the head does not lean.

    The tremolo is a Floyd Rose original home (and not a vibrato "license"). Translation: he does not out of tune when it is used. The strings do not move one iota. If it is not great! It is fantastic even.

    SOUNDS

    Then the sound of this guitar proves quite versatile. even if it is typed metal, thanks to the push / push for split mics we get to have a huge range. First things first. Ie: the Seymour Duncan SH1-na a vintage sound and air. It is ideal for cleans sounds (especially if the split). In large distortion is very clean so to send to sextuplets 58416541641 bpm is great. The TB-4 is, for him, but not too powerful. But thanks to substances of wood that make the sound more dynamic, it feels more jittery. In sum, the combination is perfect, the sounds are powerful, palm-mutes very precise and aggressive and at the same time the sound palette is very wide and varied ... The pickups sound reminiscent fenderiens splits. The magnets in the pickups are Alnico V. And even if they have less power than a ceramic magnet, the grain is more beautiful because Alnico is a best quality material. But as said before, wood boosts over the sound and it is balanced perfectly. For those who want a metal guitar, this one does well majestically. Death metal on the other hand, or other extreme, no!

    In summary:
    -For the cleans sound is happiness (through SH1-n and the possibility of split mics)
    -For distos: The TB-4 is incredibly well balanced and can play while leaving the heavy blues to heavy metal. The SH1-n, meanwhile, just swing the power of BD-4 with a more vintage blues or other types of overdrive sounds. Or with a big distortion it is incredibly clean to shred.

    OVERALL OPINION

    What do I say?? ESP offers us the high end, a violin dream and I can tell you that 1500 euros is nothing new for what it is!! A beautiful guitar to their collection. My guitar has no problem with push / push that does not put up with ease (as mentioned in previous reviews). Everything works nickel ...

    10/10 and she did not steal
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  • Izard6Izard6

    Beautiful machine

    ESP Horizon FR-IIPublished on 05/03/10 at 06:21
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Curly maple table
    Alder body
    Maple neck crosswise.
    Ebony
    Binding on body, neck and head
    24 frets
    Jumbo frets
    Landmark "half blocks" pearlescent inlaid
    Overlay "ESP" at 12th fret
    Floyd Rose Original
    Neck pickup Seymour Duncan SH-1n
    Seymour Duncan TB4 bridge pickup
    Black hardware rather than pulling on floyd dark gray.
    Knob volume push / pull splitter to the microphones.
    Comes with a hard ESP case in good order.
    For STBC See-Tru black cherry which means that the color varies between red and black

    Warning lead times can be quite long. I got away with an unusually months of waiting but the importer is often a period of 5 months.

    Once you open the case you tak…
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    Curly maple table
    Alder body
    Maple neck crosswise.
    Ebony
    Binding on body, neck and head
    24 frets
    Jumbo frets
    Landmark "half blocks" pearlescent inlaid
    Overlay "ESP" at 12th fret
    Floyd Rose Original
    Neck pickup Seymour Duncan SH-1n
    Seymour Duncan TB4 bridge pickup
    Black hardware rather than pulling on floyd dark gray.
    Knob volume push / pull splitter to the microphones.
    Comes with a hard ESP case in good order.
    For STBC See-Tru black cherry which means that the color varies between red and black

    Warning lead times can be quite long. I got away with an unusually months of waiting but the importer is often a period of 5 months.

    Once you open the case you take a slap. Damn she is beautiful. It is already seen in the photos but even better in real life. The finish is just perfect. In short, the stick ...

    Small flat anyway. The floyd is not black like the rest of the hardware but rather dark gray steel. This does not run not exactly a bad taste but black might have been better.
    While we're on is the floyd. The original floyd is good, it has proven itself but on a guitar in this category some marks are allowed to take the concept, improve it and make it more ergonomic (I mean the pro-edge of the home Ibanez Japanese competitor who is superior).
    Well that's all well and good. We'll wipe the drool that drips from his lips like a boxer and we will dare to leave the beast of the box
    Next Step


    UTILIZATION

    First point is not really a lightweight. This is not an LP either but we feel there is wood which is not a bad thing in itself. The future will tell me that it will not be disabled even after 3 hours of rehearsal. Good balance. It sounded empty. Good impression, it bodes well for when we have connected. Knob The volume is very linear knee a little soft for my taste, I would have preferred something stronger even than the tone is perfect on that side.
    The ebony fingerboard is very particular when it was not used. It's like pressing something smooth like glass it also shines almost.
    When it is done it seems that other races are rough
    I must say that personally, I like a lot even if we ended up with black fingertips. There's not to say it anyway, ebony is class.
    The handle is not particularly fine is not an Ibanez S series However, it is very comfortable
    and can gallop without much difficulty. Access the latest boxes is tip top.
    It is still for the handle that I push a rant. From the first minutes of use I felt the pale. Fucking on the frieze that bends and squeals in several places. Arpeggios impossible to ring these places there. Yet I know regulate and control the curvature of a handle. I thought I strove to find the best setting but nothing happens, it's just not. Morality we take the gear and we'll take a look at his favorite luthier. Problem of finding the saddle but also and especially the problem of shrinking. Fucking shit a grater to 1500 euros, they are not able to control (I do not know if they have done in any case they have buffered) to notice. It is not serious. And I would say to these gentlemen manufacturers, exporters or sellers that is foutage of the mouth. And it's not just because ESP from my luthier all brands in the same upscale as here, the models have not paid (I can confirm because I also had an Ibanez prestige when it was necessary to rectify the nut). In his experience, the brand ESP is still classified in the most serious.
    Balance, a planimetry at 90 euros later, the guitar is finally playable. Ca fout the balls anyway. It's like buying a Mercedes and bring for review the first day.
    So beware internet buy without testing can mean unpleasant surprises ...
    Good short, I now have a super machine worthy of what one can expect in terms of comfort, precision and sound. Speaking of sound ...


    SOUNDS

    At ESP we take no risks with microphones horizon. We play it safe with the duo SH-1n/TB-4 may be the most popular couple in the world. Note that you can have it too with EMG85/81 for a more warlike.
    One thing was sure that I had an a-priori on the TB-4. I had already used extensively on another guitar. It's not a bad microphone is quite good because you can not make him do evil things, just look at the reviews, but to me it in a big flaw in any case for this kind of guitar c is its lack of aggressiveness and sustain.
    I gave him that chance a few hours while my fears are confirmed.
    I must say it works well on the horizon for someone looking for versatility but want to do too many things we can not excel in everything. Me and my horizon I wanted her to have a big sound. Never mind, once a soldering iron and this is my TB-4 replaced by a TB-6. The advantage of BD-6 is that it has nearly the same tonal balance as the TB-4 with acrimony and sustain more.
    Thus, a horizon with a TB-6 that roars well. Anyway, whatever the microphone used, the characteristics of the guitar are preserved, ie harmonics that fly from all sides, very deep bass and treble particularly clear and precise. On this side of the guitar is a marvel of balance sound probably due to the impeccable quality of the violin.
    After passing the neck pickup split the bridge pickup was a range of sounds that confirms the versatility of the guitar. So if you play a little while it will satisfy you for sure.
    Note that for fun I tested this guitar with a pair of Seymour Duncan Blackouts active. The sound actually very hard and made a sacred weapon of war. But like the active pickups are still failing to overcome a few characteristics of the guitar I wanted to keep the personality of it and so I went back to the passive friendly violin making.


    OVERALL OPINION

    The strengths of this guitar is undoubtedly his violin and finish. This guitar is simply the class, almost a work of art.
    The sound and playing comfort are at the height of what can be expected. Some said they were embarrassed by the marks on the neck or the volume positions too close to the microphone. This is not my case but it's really very personal. Following is what it is expensive? Search another brand guitar with this level of finish: ebony, cross handle, curly maple table, microphones are all quality at this price. I see nothing in the competition. Therefore excellent value for money. I've had six months and there is a point that should also be noted. Thanks to the quality of the polish and a healthy dose of attention it is true, she has not the slightest trace of any pet or scratch despite heavy use. It is still like new. It is quality.
    After of course I had my problem binders. It is not glop it must be said, but it's really the only negative point I have to honestly report and then it could be corrected. For the rest it is faultless.
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  • hands_up47hands_up47

    At High Level

    ESP Horizon FR-IIPublished on 12/11/10 at 14:44
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - Made In Japan
    - Original Floyd
    - 24 Jumbo Frets
    - 2 Seymour Duncan SH-Humbuncker 1n (neck) & TB4 (Bridge)
    - Color STBC (See Through Black Cherry)
    - Original Series A

    UTILIZATION

    use this guitar is truly amazing, one feels when one puts his fingers on that guitar is a great bill, the D-shaped handle is really nice (with its ebony fingerboard is no sense asperity it slide by itself), it is fast and accurate. It's a nice light guitar and then when we play for hours standing.
    The floyd is very accurate, I do not give 10 because of a little something directly related to the way I play, Palm Mute I frequently scratches on the neck pickup, I find the floyd enough behind the body…
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    - Made In Japan
    - Original Floyd
    - 24 Jumbo Frets
    - 2 Seymour Duncan SH-Humbuncker 1n (neck) & TB4 (Bridge)
    - Color STBC (See Through Black Cherry)
    - Original Series A

    UTILIZATION

    use this guitar is truly amazing, one feels when one puts his fingers on that guitar is a great bill, the D-shaped handle is really nice (with its ebony fingerboard is no sense asperity it slide by itself), it is fast and accurate. It's a nice light guitar and then when we play for hours standing.
    The floyd is very accurate, I do not give 10 because of a little something directly related to the way I play, Palm Mute I frequently scratches on the neck pickup, I find the floyd enough behind the body, but c is a blow to take. Taken below the guitar also calls attention to it may soon lose its jack if you walk on it.

    SOUNDS

    Is a guitar made for metal, so every aspect of style will have been worked up, the sustain is insane thanks to the handle driver harmonics out of an almost demonic, severe are very rich and powerful and micro particularly precise, every sound perfectly clear, even during boisterous shred.
    Although made for the distortion sound will satisfy also melted clean sound, it is not on the fender bluesy sound but prevents the clean spectrum is incredible for the game by agreement or in arpeggios responds perfectly and nothing is erased by another, which means that the slightest misstep means as a result.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 1 month, I have a guitar of a different style (Fender Deluxe Lonestar Stratocaster American) and as I am not surprised by its sound and its use in all its Disto its more clean I'm amazed because it sounds sort of divine right. Having a version Seymour Duncan gives more versatility to this guitar version EMG (which I find less accurate personal and a little more "rough"), the metal of course, but she balances on other musical style. Delivered Fly Box Rigid provided for her, no risks during transport it is walking inside, fly box also note the beautiful at the same time at a rate such that the fly is happily provided. One key
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