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Dish1 Dish1
Publié le 11/11/09 à 06:54
James spirits brand has developed these products in the 1990s. These guitars are really sold like hot cakes as the quality for the price is to go! They were then hit by concurençée Squier models (yet different and less interesting), J. Brand Spirit of halting production. Manufacturing Corrée (Not China or Indonesia ...).

Points +: Already a vintage guitar (15 to 20 years of age) but also in its design. Superb clear sound - Electronics correct (no Buzz which is not always the case on the fender models) - Excellent agreement (She does not move even if they were drawing big bends) - Pretty degraded under the varnish. Channel easy to play. Both for novice guitarist confirmed!

Items -: A bit light for heavy distortion but it is not made for such use.

The sale price in 1995 was 3,000 francs - Qd not bad for the time! At this price, which they bought a J. Spirit we got a bargain!
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