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Whale NarWhale

STC-Shaped Guitar from Whale .

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Whale NarWhalePublished on 02/21/06 at 17:49
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Cramos molestor desoudare

USE

Puellae whalos cramouillabantur

SONORITS

Molestum equi

NOTICE GLOBAL

Agnum aquam molesto cum burzum
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megabassmegabass

Versatile

Whale NarWhalePublished on 09/21/12 at 04:39
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Korean manufacturing

UTILIZATION

Handle relatively small, pleasant weight, access to acute is easy enough

SOUNDS

We can go from blues, bossa, hard rock etc ... short versatile enough

OVERALL OPINION

used since 2009 to € 175 new (destocking Musikia) with hard case, cable, stand you can not find better.
I too used to change guitar to follow fashion I try to keep it as long as possible.
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DjyneDjyne

Whale NarWhalePublished on 02/20/06 at 13:04
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All adj t said ...

UTILIZATION

The neck is fairly flat and comfortable
Access in acute could not be better
weight is honnte (7kg all of the same): it is a guarantee sustain
it's easy to get a good sound, because whatever the config microphones, the sound is nickel

SOUNDS

This guitar is versatile trs is also for that I had taken. In total there are seven configurations of microphones with all diffrent a particular sound, we can do more gure.
apart in crystal clear sound of the arpges arpges more thick and powerful, to funk, rock.
for distortion, it is equally vast: you can get kinds of sounds with a Start or OD carrment typ sound very heavy metal.

OVERALL OPINION

has......
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All adj t said ...

UTILIZATION

The neck is fairly flat and comfortable
Access in acute could not be better
weight is honnte (7kg all of the same): it is a guarantee sustain
it's easy to get a good sound, because whatever the config microphones, the sound is nickel

SOUNDS

This guitar is versatile trs is also for that I had taken. In total there are seven configurations of microphones with all diffrent a particular sound, we can do more gure.
apart in crystal clear sound of the arpges arpges more thick and powerful, to funk, rock.
for distortion, it is equally vast: you can get kinds of sounds with a Start or OD carrment typ sound very heavy metal.

OVERALL OPINION

has been a year since I started and I just know I REALLY use the configs to get the best microphones rsultat possible.
as stated in a post to another owner of this guitar, it has the default of its qualities: it is perhaps not quite typical, and must express to find the config microphone best suits a particular type of the son.mais I Motes MODELS ... I tried several before I really took the GST to choose and this guitar is really the one with the best qualitprix / versatility in this price range

floyd is against the original male, but it's only a matter of rglage.

with exprience, I do it again even if this choice is a guitar that puts the tps be fully exploited
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shagarthshagarth

Whale NarWhalePublished on 06/29/06 at 03:38
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Made in Korea.
Body alder and walnut.
Channel crossing in Saddle hard and drown.
24 frets
Seymour Duncan: SH2N (handle) splitable
Ssl1 (central)
TB4 (bridge) splitable
1 volume, 1 tonalitbr /> Slecteur 5 positions
Lo-Pro tremolo (Floyd Rose)

UTILIZATION

The handle is trs enjoyable and allows a quick game.
Access in acute is very simple, 24me is reached without much trouble.
Correct weight and trs well rpart.

SOUNDS

My style of music is the mtal (heavy, thrash, death ..)
I use a Peavey amp as (Transtube) and Uber Metal and there it sends ..
So for me, this guitar suits me totally.

But it is not only a guitar type metal.
the three microphones allow the......
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Made in Korea.
Body alder and walnut.
Channel crossing in Saddle hard and drown.
24 frets
Seymour Duncan: SH2N (handle) splitable
Ssl1 (central)
TB4 (bridge) splitable
1 volume, 1 tonalitbr /> Slecteur 5 positions
Lo-Pro tremolo (Floyd Rose)

UTILIZATION

The handle is trs enjoyable and allows a quick game.
Access in acute is very simple, 24me is reached without much trouble.
Correct weight and trs well rpart.

SOUNDS

My style of music is the mtal (heavy, thrash, death ..)
I use a Peavey amp as (Transtube) and Uber Metal and there it sends ..
So for me, this guitar suits me totally.

But it is not only a guitar type metal.
the three microphones allow the guitar to be versatile trs, one can find configurations for most musical genres.
For résumé, this guitar will fill carefree lovers of all style ...

OVERALL OPINION

When I bought this guitar, I was hesitant to have a bad surprise (the 650th is not the norm because CHARACTERISTICS ...)
I use it for a year and I found no major default!

I tried many guitars before I DCID (LTD, jackson, ibanez) and this little narwhal has by far the best qualitprix.
You understand that I would do this choice with his eyes closed.
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  • Manufacturer: Whale
  • Model: NarWhale
  • Category: STC-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 08/08/2007

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