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Vigier Expert Texas Blues

STC-Shaped Guitar from Vigier belonging to the Expert series.

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Vigier Expert Texas BluesPublished on 04/02/08 at 12:52
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Made in France!
22 frets
Vigier tremolo wilkinson fawn
1 volume, 1 Tone 1 slecteur micro positions 5
22 round boxes

UTILIZATION

The neck is super enjoyable, comfortable trs
Access in acute is correct (as on a Start)
trs good ergonomics
the sound is fabulous, the Di Marzio trs texas blues are versatile!!

SOUNDS

It's perfect for blues, rock, pop: fans of Ritchie Blackmore, of Knopfler ...
you will find an exceptional instrument! in crunch in saturation: fa bu lous ....
I played with a pedal Boss GT5, a roland cube 30, an all-tube Marshall 50Watts (4501).
I get even jazzy sounds good in a low round but the Tone lgrement saturated overdrive in its crystalline (or......
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Made in France!
22 frets
Vigier tremolo wilkinson fawn
1 volume, 1 Tone 1 slecteur micro positions 5
22 round boxes

UTILIZATION

The neck is super enjoyable, comfortable trs
Access in acute is correct (as on a Start)
trs good ergonomics
the sound is fabulous, the Di Marzio trs texas blues are versatile!!

SOUNDS

It's perfect for blues, rock, pop: fans of Ritchie Blackmore, of Knopfler ...
you will find an exceptional instrument! in crunch in saturation: fa bu lous ....
I played with a pedal Boss GT5, a roland cube 30, an all-tube Marshall 50Watts (4501).
I get even jazzy sounds good in a low round but the Tone lgrement saturated overdrive in its crystalline (or shadows ...) it's really good!

OVERALL OPINION

I have the last 3 years, she has joined a special Excalibur: the two belong together!
I love everything about this guitar, unless the only small: the volume knob that cracks!
I tried many guitars, ibanez, cort, yamaha pacifica 812 ..... 50 th anniversary a strat white.
the only competitor silent my standard Start 1994 (lace sensor in the team), great guitar! So much for the legends, it does replace the beautiful Franaise (dark red).
report quality price: correct! No of course it is not given ...
I would do if this choice a thousand times yes! complte it well her friends: a 1994 Les Paul Standard, and es-333 2004.
has been a long time I wanted DPOS notice it (nor he has not ...). so long.
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  • Manufacturer: Vigier
  • Model: Expert Texas Blues
  • Series: Expert
  • Category: STC-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 09/03/2007

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