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  • Falco 56Falco 56

    William'Son WWHI-GuitarPublished on 01/12/09 at 13:40
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in China (in "CHINESE", they dcidment gazent).
    24 frets to the microphones there are 2 double and 1 single brand Wilkinson (also excellent).
    Licensed Floyd vibrato very handsome in his black finish, the ensemble of the mouth.
    1 Volume, 1 Ring - 1 Switch 5 positions.
    The maple neck (rosewood fingerboard peat bog are assembled.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is quite pleasant to have APRS pass the SCOTCH-BRITE (softly eh we're not Mozambique) and oil (a short). It is not varnished.
    ACCS is easy is not the 24th gn. Weight and level it is 3.6 kg compared IBANEZ AS73T I have a 3.6-TCR also a HAGSTROM UltraSuede 3.3 Kg and finally SAMICK YV162 that it is 3.3 kg so ..... .'s your…
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    Made in China (in "CHINESE", they dcidment gazent).
    24 frets to the microphones there are 2 double and 1 single brand Wilkinson (also excellent).
    Licensed Floyd vibrato very handsome in his black finish, the ensemble of the mouth.
    1 Volume, 1 Ring - 1 Switch 5 positions.
    The maple neck (rosewood fingerboard peat bog are assembled.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is quite pleasant to have APRS pass the SCOTCH-BRITE (softly eh we're not Mozambique) and oil (a short). It is not varnished.
    ACCS is easy is not the 24th gn. Weight and level it is 3.6 kg compared IBANEZ AS73T I have a 3.6-TCR also a HAGSTROM UltraSuede 3.3 Kg and finally SAMICK YV162 that it is 3.3 kg so ..... .'s your conclusion. rang and Plutt not bad, there is the right thing or should be. So as you conclude the.

    SOUNDS

    Playing on a VOX Valvetronix it holds, and believe me between "numetal", "us higain" ... was going well.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Order on SATURDAY, I REU THURSDAY following: Fast, well packed and super gratos (port) can not have everything!!
    The particularity of this guitar, there is no bah, if it is it costs less than 150 and that for this price it is not far from the standard 200, 250. Here I have no shares in this guy but we dare run in CHINA dgotter shovels to less than 1000 bales of our assets is unfortunate francs well suspended. () ()
    So in conclusion, she has a mouth, it sounds pretty Plutt and is not CHRE. CRITERIA for holding the road and meet me and my kid for whom I purchased. And if c'tait again, well I would do it without problem.

    PS: I would put may be a rserve for painting who seems quite fragile but good ....
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