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Vintage Advance AV6P
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STC-Shaped Guitar from Vintage belonging to the Advance series.

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  • DELBYDELBY

    Extra flexible

    Vintage Advance AV6PPublished on 07/24/10 at 01:54
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    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in Asia
    Wilkinson bridge WVC 5 +1 vibrato bridge
    maple neck and rosewood fingerboard
    22 frets
    Pickups 3 P 3 90 It has P90, which are "the opposite of splitables" thanks to a knob! When the volume pot is at 0 is the sound of P90, and the higher you go, the more you sound Humbucker! It's pretty nice, it makes a pretty huge palette of sounds!
    It is of good quality and is very comfortable!



    UTILIZATION

    Handle very pleasant
    Very good ergonomics, c
    Solid alder body not too heavy.
    Access to acute very easy.
    We get not a good sound, but several good sounds, at P 90 humbucker from hell. Problem since I got it I forsake my strato and my les paul, I'll probably sell.

    SOUN…
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    Made in Asia
    Wilkinson bridge WVC 5 +1 vibrato bridge
    maple neck and rosewood fingerboard
    22 frets
    Pickups 3 P 3 90 It has P90, which are "the opposite of splitables" thanks to a knob! When the volume pot is at 0 is the sound of P90, and the higher you go, the more you sound Humbucker! It's pretty nice, it makes a pretty huge palette of sounds!
    It is of good quality and is very comfortable!



    UTILIZATION

    Handle very pleasant
    Very good ergonomics, c
    Solid alder body not too heavy.
    Access to acute very easy.
    We get not a good sound, but several good sounds, at P 90 humbucker from hell. Problem since I got it I forsake my strato and my les paul, I'll probably sell.

    SOUNDS

    It is equally suited to the blues at its very roots heavy, it's a bomb versatility.
    I play on a line 6 spider jam
    I love all the sounds, and God knows whether they are numerous. I do not understand why nobody had thought of this system of P 90 humbucker that can alter. If it was called Fender, it would be a misfortune. To listen on You Tube

    OVERALL OPINION

    One month
    Yes, I played many other guitars.
    Excellent value for money.
    Yes I would do this choice, but I would take the black model, I knew he was doing.
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