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«  Rockline Light 1992-1993 »

Publié le 11/08/10 à 02:17
Made in France, Toulouse workshop in 1992/93. The body is poplar.
5 positions switch, a tone and volume.
Pickups of origin:
a DiMarzio Tone Zone at bridge,
a simple
Sky a humbucker Pickups / Kent Armstrong.
Saddle screwed into the handle is perfect, a highway known as Lag produce, and 24 cases are fully accessible. The profile is very pleasing, fairly thin, the opposite of a Les Paul in the genre!
The key is rosewood, soft and fluid.
The very specific on vibrato, dvelopp licensed Floyd Rose has a `amnagement for not cutting the ball of string.

UTILIZATION

The neck is excellent. 24 frets easily accessible thanks to a very heel profile.
The frets are perfect, with just intonation and specific on the pitch of each string is well calibrated.
Ergonomics is a strong point: we can play for hours sitting or standing thanks to a perfectly muzzle the right places: no fatigue or pain in the wrists, arms or pelvis. The weight is the norm, and with good rglage strap, you no longer feel the guitar after a while. She becomes one with the user.
The sounds are very versatile, but changing the pickups origins, we can get the must haves
The guitar has a `very good vacuum sound you could exploit with the right pickups. The sustain is excellent.


SOUNDS

Ultra sound is powerful, treble chatter and with good rglages amp, bass you rip the guts. However, it lacks the precision, the sound somewhat drool whatever rglage.
Peavy chorus plays a 70 for me, adfonce.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 17 years! And I did nothing wrong. I would do the same choice without hesitating. But buying now she coterait CHRE too because it would have to be made in France and a violin maker LG to find the same original product ..
It occurs rarely used. Not be hesitating!
If you find less than 1000 you never know, should take it immediately!

Voivod which I thank you K rcupr crossings go faster: o) Lg

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