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Jack & Danny ST Vintage
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STC-Shaped Guitar from Jack & Danny belonging to the ST series.

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  • billyricebillyrice

    Excellent entry in range but ...

    Jack & Danny ST VintagePublished on 11/02/14 at 06:12
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I have for a month, here are the features:
    -fabriquée in China
    -color and finish stunning beautiful cream-white.
    -electronics: no worries type buzz hum feedback found
    5-way switch (normal for a strat) without worry.
    -accastillage: the mechanics are good, they keep tuning though
    playing with vibrato, vibrato him his job, slightly flat on
    the bridges a little cheap (no "slots" for the string).

    UTILIZATION

    -equilibrium: very good, but the guitar seems a bit heavy compared to
    other Stratocasters (for value for money, it's a detail).
    -manche: very nice and could be perfect if the fret board
    was well filed down here because they are slightly sharp and when you play …
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    I have for a month, here are the features:
    -fabriquée in China
    -color and finish stunning beautiful cream-white.
    -electronics: no worries type buzz hum feedback found
    5-way switch (normal for a strat) without worry.
    -accastillage: the mechanics are good, they keep tuning though
    playing with vibrato, vibrato him his job, slightly flat on
    the bridges a little cheap (no "slots" for the string).

    UTILIZATION

    -equilibrium: very good, but the guitar seems a bit heavy compared to
    other Stratocasters (for value for money, it's a detail).
    -manche: very nice and could be perfect if the fret board
    was well filed down here because they are slightly sharp and when you play it
    resulting small cuts on hand.

    SOUNDS

    -I use in studio and a man ampeg gvt5 is very nice as "alliance"
    -sonorité: for this award have micro Wilkinson (who are good pickups
    better than those on instrumentals range of environments more) the ...
    the reproduced sound is the fact that dune strat !!!

    OVERALL OPINION

    -in short: this instrument is on a fantastic quality and I recommend
    strongly but only if the buyer has the option to file the
    frets. And if it changes over the bridges (which does not reveal
    essential) will be the proud owner hands a guitar whose
    value
    may be at least three times.
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