Light and Blue Guitars Myrtlewood

Light and Blue Guitars Myrtlewood

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Myrtlewood, STC-Shaped Guitar from Light and Blue Guitars.

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Light and Blue Guitars Myrtlewood tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Light and Blue Guitars
  • Model: Myrtlewood
  • Category: STC-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 05/31/2013

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Light and Blue Guitars Myrtlewood user reviews

Average Score:5.0(5/5 based on 1 review)
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Spitdude's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Exceptional"

Light and Blue Guitars Myrtlewood
Single model handmade in France, Chartres.

- Alder
- Table myrtlewood

- Black korina
- Rosewood fingerboard
- Profile "soft V"
- 9.5 radius
- 22 boxes
- Pearl inserts
- Trussroad reinforced dual action

- 3 Fender Noiseless single
- Shielded electronic
- 3 knobs: 1 volume, 2 tone controls (bass and treble)
- 5-way switch

- Nitrocellulose lacquer
- Aluminum front plate
- Vibrato and mechanical kind "vintage"


It's simple to use it's still a Strat ', I used to use and I love it.
The handle is very comfortable, the weight is reasonable.
It easily gets a great sound of this guitar, after all depends on the style of play and level of guitarist ...


If there's one part of my mind that deserves far more than 10/10, it is that the sound:
A stuffed guitar harmonics as we see more and more rarely, with a very warm sound and round certainly got through the woods used. Similarly, as shown on the web page dedicated to this guitar, the Fender Noiseless pickups (I do not usually like) are here all their interest and lose their shrill screaming-side, balancing all.
In short, a pure guitar SRV perfect for blues, but is equally capable of playing funk songs, rock or otherwise.
I play on a Hot Rod Deluxe White Lightning, and I like a TS808 effects, a H2o, a Little Big Muff and JEN Double Sound (= period Hendrix Cry Baby).


I use it for about 3 years now, having bought it used in a consignment of Chartres (so low for such a guitar that I did not say price is indecent ...).
It was not clearly exposed, towering high on a mezzanine, and as I was going to do me make a body in the luthier I immediately recognized the signature. No need to plug it, or negotiate the price, I am left with once: nothing that acoustic strings with worn as we can not feel his énormissime potential.
I have not tried other models because I did not intend to buy ready-made guitar.
I absolutely love the look, but also its incredible SOUND.
So the price / quality ratio in my case, I find it infinitely perfect (to give an idea of ​​great professionals who have tried it have told me that even the price "new" posted on the site is very bit expensive ...).
With the experience I would a thousand times this choice maker deserves to be known, and if you are looking for a quality instrument, go for it.

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