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G&L S-500

STC-Shaped Guitar from G&L belonging to the USA S-500 series.

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«  my best guitar »

Published on 10/17/12 at 15:56
Indonésia manufacturing quality microphones fire god especially with the push-pull.
TV sounds, Strat, Lag, and Sg in which we want the treble booster.

We feel a real signature and for good reason! Thank you Leo.

UTILIZATION

Access to acute difficult but we gain sustain.
All sounds are good and effect as my line6 HD500 is done to highlight if it minimizes the patch that is often overloaded. Why make it sound too complicated when the sound is already good at the source.

SOUNDS

Of the crystalline soft jazz. I played with vox and Fender lamps.
I had gibson (SG YPA) and I do not feel any orphan.

OVERALL OPINION

downside: the ivory white takes on more yellowish than expected on the screen ordo,
even if the weather will improve and make everything clearer to the (word fenderiste).
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