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Saint Blues Blues Breaker
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Saint Blues Blues Breaker

STC-Shaped Guitar from Saint Blues .

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Saint Blues Blues BreakerPublished on 11/17/08 at 06:52
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Made in USA 24frets Memphis has a volume two tone pu selector handle five positions ultra fast and super comfortable

UTILIZATION

The neck is super pleasant access to the acute problem without the weight for a guitar of this quality is reasonable and is within the average for the sounds see below

SOUNDS

Then the sound starts to the three chause SERIOUS John Suhr pickups are therefore very crystalline and warm at the same time I play mostly blues, but the Blues can do everything holy jazz blues rock metal show with double I play on mesa lone star no effect and there are really any vintage sounds

OVERALL OPINION

I have this guitar for four years c is a collector's edition has......
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Made in USA 24frets Memphis has a volume two tone pu selector handle five positions ultra fast and super comfortable

UTILIZATION

The neck is super pleasant access to the acute problem without the weight for a guitar of this quality is reasonable and is within the average for the sounds see below

SOUNDS

Then the sound starts to the three chause SERIOUS John Suhr pickups are therefore very crystalline and warm at the same time I play mostly blues, but the Blues can do everything holy jazz blues rock metal show with double I play on mesa lone star no effect and there are really any vintage sounds

OVERALL OPINION

I have this guitar for four years c is a collector's edition has five copies limmite handmade in usa Memphis 87 88 years in the quality is excellent value al era has 4500euros ascend the usa today it is looking very and is sold in 10-000euros allentours but seen good numbers of this model recalls the five copies I can not find them I never have to buy in usa 5000euros and without hesitation I would do this choice
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  • Manufacturer: Saint Blues
  • Model: Blues Breaker
  • Category: STC-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 11/17/2008

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