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«  Amazing »

Publié le 10/03/10 à 03:15
Made in Russia absolutely RDA.Copie Start.
Flat handle strato typ, 21 frets.
slecteur 5 positions combining the 3 pickups. 1 volume, 2 tone.

UTILIZATION

The handle is a highway. A leading agrment ordre.Bien best all copies strat t I've ever given a try. Ms. Squier one can get dressed.
The handle is screwed and 4 screw clamps participates certainly raise the sustain is very good.
Small handle that allows you to walk without twisting clown on 2 strings bass.
Serious position, the sound quality and blueseux wish to hell.
In acute Completely crazy so it's good. Harmonics clips pass like whey.
The rest is very good when random image but same.
I get the sounds I want without forcing

SOUNDS

And crystalline fat is wonderful and frankly, whether clean or distorted, it is a pleasure.
With Carvin All Tube Combo Crate or is that happiness.

OVERALL OPINION

Mine almost 30 years and I do not have spares.
The price / quality is unique.
Ms. 300 euros, knowing what I know of this guitar, I achte pronto.
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