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  • vincejackvincejack

    Xavier Petit Type Valley ArtsPublished on 11/14/07 at 10:07
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in France by the luthier Xavier Petit (Haute-Marne)
    It is a custom model + advice of Xavier ... characteristics:
    - Solid Mahogany body 7 / 8 with flamed maple table
    - Stratabound form with typical knockouts
    - Natural color with a satin varnish very neat and very soft to the touch
    - 1 piece flamed maple neck screw cut in the quarter 24 cases, a heel section, short scale 24.75, Stratocaster shaped head a little smaller (7 / 8 forces), ebony fingerboard, medium frets 6105 Dunlop, INLAYS round abalone, radius 12;, 42mm nut
    - 1 Vol + 1 Tone (Push / Pull splitter for the 2 Hb) + 1 Sel 3 positions, all located just below the edge of table
    - 2 humbuckers Seymour Duncan Pearly Gat…
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    Made in France by the luthier Xavier Petit (Haute-Marne)
    It is a custom model + advice of Xavier ... characteristics:
    - Solid Mahogany body 7 / 8 with flamed maple table
    - Stratabound form with typical knockouts
    - Natural color with a satin varnish very neat and very soft to the touch
    - 1 piece flamed maple neck screw cut in the quarter 24 cases, a heel section, short scale 24.75, Stratocaster shaped head a little smaller (7 / 8 forces), ebony fingerboard, medium frets 6105 Dunlop, INLAYS round abalone, radius 12;, 42mm nut
    - 1 Vol + 1 Tone (Push / Pull splitter for the 2 Hb) + 1 Sel 3 positions, all located just below the edge of table
    - 2 humbuckers Seymour Duncan Pearly Gates screwed into the table
    - Original Floyd Rose
    - Nut block chords and bar retention
    - Draft 10/46
    - Black hardware
    - Mini Grover Tuners
    - Schaller Strap Locks

    The finish is absolutely impeccable, the varnish of great beauty and the woods are gorgeous visually.

    UTILIZATION

    This is a really high-end guitars: an unusual resonance.
    The mahogany body delivers warm sound with nice bass and treble sound clear. On this guitar, all positions either in low, mid, treble, or Humbucker pickups splitted ring.
    The handle is very nice, and does not require adaptation. Everything passes in agreements as soli. The short scale provides flexibility in the strings very pleasant.
    Access to the treble is perfect, and that until the 24th case, the heel is very well done.
    The overall balance of the guitar is preserved, and the weight is fairly well distributed (a solid mahogany body still deserves some effort;) and remains a model of comfort.

    SOUNDS

    Importantly, this guitar sounds really sound: it is therefore a sacred promise!
    Once connected, the slap! The Seymour Duncan Pearly Gates are hot as desired, and blend very well with the mahogany.
    In clear, crunch, that is positions fabuleux.Les medium (micro splitted or not) are not far behind. In Split, we approach a real Start sound. Acute position, there is power and crystalline highs well ..

    OVERALL OPINION

    I just receive a few days ago after six months of waiting unbearable!
    This guitar is one of the best that I have been able to have hands. Excellent quality / price.
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