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MiguelbeMiguelbe

WSL Guitars The BonePublished on 06/01/08 at 05:52
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
- Mahogany body
- 24 frets
- Micros?
- 1 volume splittable
- Grover Mcaniques
A beautiful guitar but too many default

UTILIZATION

The handle is not really a gift its use is difficult
Access in acute in shape is easy (finally something good)
the frets wear out quickly trs bad!
the weight is in the standard
for her it's simple for beginners it is a mere change of micro if required!

SOUNDS

I mainly play rock and mtal
I have a Vox Valvetronix and a roland (usually I play with reverb or distro)
for the no precision is not really what I expect from a guitar this price!

OVERALL OPINION

Its been 6 months that I
ds I saw her I wanted to replace my cort x6 (I...…
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- Mahogany body
- 24 frets
- Micros?
- 1 volume splittable
- Grover Mcaniques
A beautiful guitar but too many default

UTILIZATION

The handle is not really a gift its use is difficult
Access in acute in shape is easy (finally something good)
the frets wear out quickly trs bad!
the weight is in the standard
for her it's simple for beginners it is a mere change of micro if required!

SOUNDS

I mainly play rock and mtal
I have a Vox Valvetronix and a roland (usually I play with reverb or distro)
for the no precision is not really what I expect from a guitar this price!

OVERALL OPINION

Its been 6 months that I
ds I saw her I wanted to replace my cort x6 (I have since 4 years)
trs but soon I took my little cort x6 (usually a guitar for beginners)
really the quality of this guitar pickups as mcaniques scares
dsacorde not stop it this!
Having fallen "in love" with her beauty I could accept some but it's too dfaux

it DCORE my room so its 450euro for COD is expensive
therefore not of course not I take over this guitar

if I had had this guitar as I would not Premire guitar continubr />
So 3 / 10 for beauty
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  • Manufacturer: WSL Guitars
  • Model: The Bone
  • Category: STC-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 08/28/2006

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Other names: the bone, thebone, the b 1, theb 1

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