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  • bavurebackbavureback

    Spear Guitar Gladius-1Published on 03/30/07 at 11:23
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - 2 humbuckers Hexa PP-107R and 107F with the brand name on it (homemade microphones?)
    - Neck-24 cases in 5 parts alternating Canadian Maple and Mahogany
    - Floyd Rose II tremolo licensed black
    - 1 volume control, tone control and a 5 position selector

    UTILIZATION

    - Run fast and very pleasant rounded
    - Fast access to acute thanks to the shape of the body style Ibanez RG
    - Good ergonomics and reasonable weight
    - Setting a very sensitive

    SOUNDS

    - Ideal for use rock / metal but also clear sound as well as empty
    - Sounds greasy and frank with one pedal "Metal Zone" set for the "Death" and a bass amp "Dean Markley" set in warm, clear

    OVERALL OPINION

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    - 2 humbuckers Hexa PP-107R and 107F with the brand name on it (homemade microphones?)
    - Neck-24 cases in 5 parts alternating Canadian Maple and Mahogany
    - Floyd Rose II tremolo licensed black
    - 1 volume control, tone control and a 5 position selector

    UTILIZATION

    - Run fast and very pleasant rounded
    - Fast access to acute thanks to the shape of the body style Ibanez RG
    - Good ergonomics and reasonable weight
    - Setting a very sensitive

    SOUNDS

    - Ideal for use rock / metal but also clear sound as well as empty
    - Sounds greasy and frank with one pedal "Metal Zone" set for the "Death" and a bass amp "Dean Markley" set in warm, clear

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have this guitar for some time but do not regret to have acquired the contrary, it is perfect for my taste to play very heavy metal!
    At the finish I did nothing wrong because its aspect very slightly raw wood varnish completely charmed me, and quite original shape of the head, the neck-in 5 parts and the microphone jack on the side what I particularly like even though some people find it annoying when playing seated, but in aesthetic I find it much nicer than taking on the top ...
    I find the price reasonable enough for a guitar of this quality of finish and use but yet it still remains quite expensive for a beginner. So I think it is appropriate for more experienced users to unless you have the means!
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