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Fender Stratocaster Black Beauty Limited Edition
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Fender Stratocaster Black Beauty Limited Edition

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

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clade clade
Publié le 12/14/06 à 04:40
Value For Money : Excellent
-Mxique
-22 Frets
Simple one-2micros double humbucker FENDER
1volume and 2-tones
Channel Saddle

UTILIZATION

Channel trs enjoyable very smooth and comfortable for all types of games.
The strat-shape facilitates the acute ACCS.
-Normal weight for a stratum.
-To obtain the original no problem it gives both classical and other in overdrive.

SOUNDS

The particularity of start-of fender is to be versatile so yes it fits my style of play (punk, rock, mtal, classical)

-I play on a Marshall MG100 a mixer alesis usb12 levels and pedals (boss ds-1; digitech: reverb, grunge, clapton, df-7)

- The range of sound is generated according to trs rglage that one brings to me to amliorer more my sound I remplasser micro fender by EMG.

No sound-preferences of the treble gives low tremble all is well.

OVERALL OPINION

-Using 2 years
-Son authanticit (250 copies) n189/250, the choice of brand fender, the quality of products
Yes, in many MODEL seen yet it was guitar can CHRE compared to its big sister and providing Excellent report quality price the choice is quickly seen.
The report quality-bin took very good guitar and very low price.
-With the exprience I would say yes if Gibson did the same with an electro acoustic: D
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