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  • milou57milou57

    Harley Benton MS-25Published on 06/28/08 at 13:37
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Harley Benton HBMS25HS
    Made in China
    21 frets, 2 single, 1 humbucker
    Floating tremolo (knives) without branding
    1 volume, 2 tone, 5 position slecteur
    Handle all stocky, basswood body, color heritage cherry sunburst
    She'll livrergle and grants, except that the vibrato too silent
    lche ..! I added two of his spring (so 5 in total instead of usual 3) to
    Duri it, just enough ..! When you play like me blues and Shadow is trs important ..!

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is a rgal ..! trs trs faile, does not catch ..
    Access in acute is also faile trs (a strat what ..)
    The weight? I think it's one of his strong point, it trslgre + / - 3 kg.
    Do you get a good sound easy? Hmmm…
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    Harley Benton HBMS25HS
    Made in China
    21 frets, 2 single, 1 humbucker
    Floating tremolo (knives) without branding
    1 volume, 2 tone, 5 position slecteur
    Handle all stocky, basswood body, color heritage cherry sunburst
    She'll livrergle and grants, except that the vibrato too silent
    lche ..! I added two of his spring (so 5 in total instead of usual 3) to
    Duri it, just enough ..! When you play like me blues and Shadow is trs important ..!

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is a rgal ..! trs trs faile, does not catch ..
    Access in acute is also faile trs (a strat what ..)
    The weight? I think it's one of his strong point, it trslgre + / - 3 kg.
    Do you get a good sound easy? Hmmm ... .. is the whole issue ..!
    Whereas if you sound it, + / - a strat-like, it does the resemblance ..! The simplest are just .. bad ..! (To be polite ..)
    A small volume, they are .. "ok" .. but high volume, they become quickly trs Draft,
    and sometimes even unbearable ..! change as soon as possible ..!
    The humbucker on the other hand, a trs beautiful grain, a little "fat", good for blues or rock and ..
    return trs good solos, unlike the simple touffent ..

    SOUNDS

    Appropriate are your style of music? Uh .. I would say more no than yes .. mainly because of the pickups ..! if yes ..
    With what (s) amplifier (s) or effect (s) do you play? Boss pedals and Marshall MG15CDR
    What kind of sound you get and with what rglages ("crystalline", "bold ",....)?
    I would mdiocre with the simple and good with humbucker .. (see above ..)
    What are the sounds you prfrez, you dtest?
    With the humbucker, I like the sound "fat" that comes to the solos in blues ..
    simple but are just good for the rhythmic solos .. not ..
    if we want a crystal clear (as my Squier ..) must "push" rglages
    of all acute, with the feedback, an effect "bell" dsagrable .. yuck ..!

    OVERALL OPINION

    How long have you use it? 2 months ..
    What is the particular feature you like best and least? weight (trslgre) the handle is a real rgal, better for me than my Squier, vibrato, type
    floating knife, which add a small APRS two springs, is shown great accuracy and trs faile employment, lightweight .. much better than my Squier ..
    How do you report qualitprix? I would say 7 / 10, again because of the mics crap ..!
    Exprience with, you will do again this choice? ... Boff .. if n'tait for the handle, the vibrato, the perfect finish .. I would say no ..!
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