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Published on 08/12/13 at 04:09
made in korea
24 cases
maple neck
Rosewood
Micro HSS (splittable H)
Sector 5 positions
1 volume 2 tones
pink floyd
Basswood body maple table

UTILIZATION

the highlight of this guitar is its sleeve. very comfortable and very fast. very well built and especially well done.
stuck between strat and ibanez jpm in its form, it is basically a very nice guitar. not too heavy and good ergonomics.
guitar very versatile because of its micro configuration.
brief ... it's pretty good overall.

SOUNDS

the single pickups are not bad and is even better than a guitar is expected to price. against the dual mic is below. too garish and ill-defined. (Changed on mine)

OVERALL OPINION

we see a lot of vantage in occas really not too expensive, rarely 818, but other previous versions. I had the opportunity to try out a stick and this was very good on all its models. vantage of the 90's are generally good case. the 70's and 80's are also excellent guitar, but you will need to review the rate has increased significantly. they have become collector's items (the craze made in japan), as the VS series for example.

The +:
the handle at any point
finish
the violin

the -:
the humbucker
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