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Nashville, STC-Shaped Guitar from Millnots.


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  • Manufacturer: Millnots
  • Model: Nashville
  • Category: STC-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 10/19/2006

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Millnots Nashville user reviews

Average Score:1.0( 1/5 based on 3 reviews )
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vodevil02/14/2007

vodevil's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Millnots Nashville
He he reminds me I still was the first guitar of my brother (played by the often + I ^ ^) the type of handle is .... pourrave!

UTILIZATION

Reminds me that she was just light enough (due to the absence of sound)

SOUNDS

Quite simply not suited AA ..

OVERALL OPINION

I renvendue There's a pay at the time I had been sold 35 euros! it was not worth more ..
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Dazz_99909/14/2007

Dazz_999's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Millnots Nashville
Made in Taiwan IMHO. . . And it makes it fast enough account.
22 frets, head of the 70 ', 3 micro rglage simple two buttons for volume, in terms of tonality there is a slecteur 5 levels and a knob.

UTILIZATION

The handle is when he really standard. . . Which has the annoying habit of making all the notes couacks (particulirement the high E string) nanmoins Access in acute is simple but the guitar is lgre easels may hurt a little by hand if you want to palm mute the

SOUNDS

The sound is when he in any style-as a real problem unless you have a hardware execllent derrire (distortion pedals and amp lamps) the sound will always be this aspect of "bad saturation" I played with a 2nd amp brand (which ignores trs good) I have a russisait his rather fat (which is totally my style) by fiddling with the amp but I SETTING THE forget it right away if you want to make the lens with the microphones that are too imprcis why

OVERALL OPINION

I've had my first two years c'tait guitar I do not regret too much because even when I have made my first agree on it but if the choice again I would certainly have been silent most money for a little more quality (I pay 40)
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hntr17704/11/2009

hntr177's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Millnots Nashville
21 frets, pickups simple numbering trois.Chevalet vintage unusable. 2 pots of tone, 1 volume. The handle is a stick of wood screwed to another.

UTILIZATION

The handle is simply devastating, impossible to make a barret.
there is no access to acute, the rope being a 1cm Neck
Ergonomics is Bonn's a STRT 'is no particular problem.
The sound is horrible and the output level is so low that we do not hear the sound with a apmli 5Watt 50m

SOUNDS

It would not suit me even if I use a stratocaster.
I tried it with an amp rotten but I think with my roland cube 20x it would not have been better.
Can not get a good sound. The sound is clear even on the channel that the channel saturated
I destete all the sounds of this "guitar".
I put 1 / 10 because its a lot anyway.

OVERALL OPINION

This is the guitar from a friend who started playing guitar 3 months ago.
I use an Ibanez RS300 of 1979 which is extremely better
but hey it does not compare inconparable.
I tried a 10zaine guitar before this one (including jem7vh)
I do not think this is a real guitar.
I think a guitar should give the desire to progress, not the friend who owns it does not play that season half of the intro to Come as You Are in 3 months. I think this is due in large part because of the guitar.
I do not know how much it costs but I think it must be worth 15 euros. We do not peus play this guitar. I advise potential buyers to wait and save a little, rather than buying this thing and being discouraged after one month
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