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Whale Narwhale 2

STC-Shaped Guitar from Whale .

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Whale Narwhale 2Published on 11/06/08 at 14:13
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Whale narwhale II maple neck traversanten, body aule and walnut, rosewood fingerboard.
-Made In Korea
- 24 Frets
- Standard whale Vibrato
- 1 volume, 1 tone
- Channel crossing

I would put 8/10 because the vibrato does not hold much alas the agreement

USE

- The handle is a real rgal I played on Jackson and it's a real highway
- The access to acute is really easy (especially of the neck-through)
- Trslgre not emcombrante and really comfortable
- Sound is simply a rgal

SONORITS

- It's perfect my style of music (rock / Hard Rock)
- I play on a Vox AC30 with metal muff and overdrive (and echo park for clear sound)
- The neck pickup (Seymour Duncan Pearly......
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Whale narwhale II maple neck traversanten, body aule and walnut, rosewood fingerboard.
-Made In Korea
- 24 Frets
- Standard whale Vibrato
- 1 volume, 1 tone
- Channel crossing

I would put 8/10 because the vibrato does not hold much alas the agreement

USE

- The handle is a real rgal I played on Jackson and it's a real highway
- The access to acute is really easy (especially of the neck-through)
- Trslgre not emcombrante and really comfortable
- Sound is simply a rgal

SONORITS

- It's perfect my style of music (rock / Hard Rock)
- I play on a Vox AC30 with metal muff and overdrive (and echo park for clear sound)
- The neck pickup (Seymour Duncan Pearly Gates) is ideal for good old rock pchus it dgage of very good harmonics.
The medium (Seymour Duncan ssl1) I used a lot for the acdc I think it sounds really good in this kind of register.
Finally the bridge pickup (Seymour Duncan SH4) serves me hugely for big riffs fawn Scorpions, Metallica, Iron Maiden and for leads is a real rgal.
Only BMOL the SH4 sounds very cold, but you say it's not done too much for me, clear sound that kind of micro

NOTICE GLOBAL

I use it for almost a year
- I love the face and sound of this guitar, but the vibrato is really low end
- I have fallen on this guitar through a forum, she tai 222 with flycase and strap included, I saw the LPs and the mouth I immediately made heating the blue card.
- I think the price is unbeatable quality, price or I pay is the price of three microphones almost.
- I would do this choice without any hesitation
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" GUITAR NECK THROUGH GOOD WITH VERY GOOD MICROS"

Whale Narwhale 2Published on 10/01/13 at 07:58
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Korean manufacturing, made in France,
neck-through, while walnut,
24frettes,
3 Seymour Duncan, SHPG1 Channel SH4 EASEL, SSL1 CENTRAL humbuckers split-single, multiple configurations
1 volume and 1 tone

UTILIZATION

super nice handle, acute easy access, close enough handle, guitar n is not heavy, even enough ligther
It is translucent red, lacquer painting, neck-through walnut, maple body, very good sustain

SOUNDS

It is suitable for all styles of music, thanks to microphones and split, from blues to metal, everyone knows the Seymourk
I play mostly heavy metal, Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, UFO, ACDC, c is the top, c is a guitar that sounds, not really big flaws, no be the......
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Korean manufacturing, made in France,
neck-through, while walnut,
24frettes,
3 Seymour Duncan, SHPG1 Channel SH4 EASEL, SSL1 CENTRAL humbuckers split-single, multiple configurations
1 volume and 1 tone

UTILIZATION

super nice handle, acute easy access, close enough handle, guitar n is not heavy, even enough ligther
It is translucent red, lacquer painting, neck-through walnut, maple body, very good sustain

SOUNDS

It is suitable for all styles of music, thanks to microphones and split, from blues to metal, everyone knows the Seymourk
I play mostly heavy metal, Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, UFO, ACDC, c is the top, c is a guitar that sounds, not really big flaws, no be the bridge, if the used too, a désacorde little grat.

OVERALL OPINION

J el used for some years, I also had a Killer Whale, Whale from home, they are good guitars, unfortunately these series are arrested, so guitars collector
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  • Manufacturer: Whale
  • Model: Narwhale 2
  • Category: STC-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 09/23/2007

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