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maguitare maguitare
Publié le 11/14/09 à 06:56
Copy stratocaster standard manufacturing coréénnne

22 fret neck
3 micros simple
3 pots
5 position selector
vibrato
mechanical oil bath

UTILIZATION

Handle does not move easily (as varnish)
The frets are hurting fingers
Highs are available
The sound is simple to adjust

SOUNDS

The only thing you get from this guitar is crystal-clear sound!
For the rest do not hope to find the heat because its simple microphones are really simple.
For Hardos it happen to a better slobbering his very messy.

Something very annoying ... she goes out of tune very quickly!

OVERALL OPINION

I did a year and kept it made me sad every time.
It was worth about 180 euros in 1990 (I know they were French) and I sold 300 francs (45 euros)

So to avoid even for a beginner ... if you want to share a distaste for music <img class="smiley" src="/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_lol.gif" alt="" />
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