Basically, this is the stuff of Guthrie Govan. Finally, so-called ...
(NB: Amp = Victory "the Duke" 100W.
Designed for clear sound Fender and Marshall OD. Except that it has none of 2. The sound is clear and a little hyper right dish. (Just in the same style, I had largely prfr the Orange Rockerverb).
The channel distortion is nice but is a bit the same effect.
It made me a little gach the test)
For the guitar in itself, the violin is pretty. It made me think a spcial vigier I'd test but with less over. Finally, it is the impression I got; I could be wrong.
PRICE: 3000 E
The handle is pleasant but there are clearly better elsewhere. And it is not just satin varnish !! So if you sweat like a pig, it becomes black-greenish speed of light.
The access to acute is good. It is comfortable.
The right hand comfort amliorable. In rhythm, that's cool but ds that goes solo, you feel a little tense at the wrist.
The guitar is well pluttlgre wife's body.
The knobs look good order. Just slecteur 5 positions sembl me a little cheap.
For pickups, the SSV is nice, rather versatile without being phew. A good microphone.
The ML me sembl very good!
SSH + me seems rather modern DETAILEDREPORT, with many mdium and a fairly tight grain. Not madness, what. It must surely much better spend on basswood guitars.
- In jazz, makes a not too bad. However, it is understood that it is not for DETAILEDREPORT. I prefer my PRS very much in that style (even if nothing will ever replace archtop).
- On Funk, I found it really made good.
- On the rock, did the job. Mahogany feels but without imposing. It's not a les paul, what. Something tells me that the maple tables in mahogany make the sound more prcis but less typ. Sr not to love as has the famous tables.
- On Metal / rock satrianesque ect ... has sent good. It looks as done for
With this guitar, I had the feeling to test a Vigier but with more character. The sound is also very right but typ deeper. It sounds l o Vigier is flat.
When I shared this reflection to the seller, he told me that Vigier are flat because they use wood franais / Europeans too lgers while Suhr uses wood Americans much denser.
Information to the conditional because I have heard many times that the lime is franais trsrput.
The fact is that after having compar 2, I would rather tend to concur the opinion of the seller (not Vigier sells in his shop, a small matter Dtail) .dropoff window
In short, for a budget of 3000 E, I prefer to take me a custom Suhr Vigier Excalibur modern rather than a spcial. There's no picture.
ML microphones me intressants sembl. Leaves to take a Suhr, so take a config HSS with ML handle and center.
But it's got a story.
Mahogany body, flamed maple top, maple neck satin, microphones: SSV (neck), ML, SSH + (bridge)
Mechanical self-locking Hipshot
(NB: Amp = Victory "the Duke" 100W.
Designed to have a clear sound and a Fender OD Marshall. Unless he has none of the two. The sound is clear and a little hyper right flat. (Somewhat in the same style, I much preferred that the Orange Rockerverb).
The distortion channel is nice but is a bit the same effect.
It was a little messed my test)
For the guitar itself, the violin is pretty. She reminds me of a special Vigier that I tested but less well finished. Finally, this is the impression I got, I could be wrong.
PRICE: about 3000 E
The handle is nice but there are clearly better elsewhere. And it is just satin varnish not! So if you sweat like a pig, it becomes greenish-black at the speed of light.
Access to acute is good. It is comfortable.
Comfort right hand is improvable. Rhythmic, it's cool but once you pass solo, it feels a little tight at the wrist.
The guitar is pretty light and good wife's body.
The knobs seem well made. Just 5-way switch which I thought was a little cheap.
For microphones, the SSV is nice, rather versatile, without egg. A good microphone.
The ML seemed very good!
The SSH + seems rather modern cut me with a lot of medium grain and fairly tight. It must surely much better spend on guitars basswood.
- In jazz, it makes not too bad. However, it is understood that it is not cut out for. I greatly prefer my PRS in this style (although nothing will ever replace archtop).
- On Funk, I found really good rendering.
- On the rock, it does the job. Mahogany feels but not imposing. This is not a les paul, what. Something tells me that the tables in maple, mahogany make the most accurate but also less typical. Not sure he liked that much these famous tables.
- On the Metal / satrianesque ect ... rock, it is sending. It seems that for as
With this guitar, I had the sense to test a Vigier but with more character. The sound is also very right but typed deeper. Sounds where Vigier is flat.
When I expressed this thought to the seller, he told me that Vigier are flat because they use wood French / European too light, while Suhr uses much denser American wood.
Information to be conditional because I've heard several times that the French lime is renowned.
Still, that after comparing the two, I would tend to concur with the opinion of the seller (not Vigier sells in his shop, a small but important detail).
In short, a budget of 3000 E, I prefer to take me a custom Suhr modern rather than a special Vigier Excalibur. There's no picture.
Microphones ML seemed to me interesting. Leaving to take a Suhr, might as well take in a HSS config with ML in the neck and center.
But it is a matter of taste.