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Fender American Standard Stratocaster [1986-2000]
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«  A must »

Publié le 08/08/11 à 10:00
Made in USA factory Corona Plant for 50 years stratocaster. Equipped with a Floyd bridge.

3 single coil pickups vintage, 5-way switch with 1 volume and 2 tones, maple neck 22 frets, painted black with white plate.

UTILIZATION

I bought it at the time in looking for a guitar has both versatile and fun to play. It exceeded my expectations. The handle is extremely well designed to play fast and flexible. The game is easy in the high and allows the flight at Gilmour.

SOUNDS

The sound is crisp and precise, biting. It responds very well to attack. The pickups are nervous. It's just a marvel that presents a default, a distortion a little weak compared to Gibson guitars for example. We can not have everything in one product. All those around me who were able to try have been seduced.

OVERALL OPINION

I use this guitar for 15 years. I bought it after scouring all the shops of Pigalle and I would do the same choice without hesitate, despite a purchase price a little high. You pay the brand. The Mexican, a little less expensive are very respectable, however.
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