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Fender Special Edition Showmaster Blackout HH
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Fender Special Edition Showmaster Blackout HH

STC-Shaped Guitar from Fender belonging to the Showmaster series.

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Publié le 04/23/06 à 08:25
. made in Korea
. Basswood body
. Handle al in Saddle / rosewood fingerboard 24 frets profile 'Modern C' (jumbo frets)
. 2 humbucking pickups Seymour Duncan SH-1N RP 59 Reverse Polarity (bridge) + SHPGP-1B Pearly Gates Plus (handle)
. 1 Volume / 1 Tone / 3 positions slecteur
. 2-Point Synchronized Tremolo Tremolo
. Mcaniques oil bath
. Chrome hardware
. Colors: Atlantic Blue Metallic

UTILIZATION

Very enjoyable round
Easy Access in acute (Manche et al)
very good ergonomics
the sound is very good and work well seymour duncan

SOUNDS

The blackout is oriented Metal. it sounds remarkably well in the most by
configurations. But I play on a small amp (marshall MG10cd) with multi purpose (korg AX1500G) sounds come out very well.

OVERALL OPINION

I've had nine months, she is really beautiful and it sounds good.
The value for money is exelllent.
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