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  • Jean-François à ChâteaubriantJean-François à Châteaubriant

    just to say it's perfect ...

    Crel The 666Published on 08/04/12 at 05:12
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    a year that I have mounted a ibanez roadstar of 83.
    year because I had stuff there in May, as usual Mr CREL did a crazy thing!
    the three microphones are superb. a big plus for the center because there is almost perfect. how to say ... I need to humbuckers and yet I have a Strat sound!
    to sustain a fall, no hollow or hump and a dynamic ... The sound of my guitar what!
    In most of the available guys always amaze me. Competence and kindness.
    here I stop waxing pump they will think that I have not paid! but for the price it is exactly above the concurrently. in fact I try to mount another roadstar other microphones "vintage" strat of CREL (roadrunners I think)
    this is my third purcha…
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    a year that I have mounted a ibanez roadstar of 83.
    year because I had stuff there in May, as usual Mr CREL did a crazy thing!
    the three microphones are superb. a big plus for the center because there is almost perfect. how to say ... I need to humbuckers and yet I have a Strat sound!
    to sustain a fall, no hollow or hump and a dynamic ... The sound of my guitar what!
    In most of the available guys always amaze me. Competence and kindness.
    here I stop waxing pump they will think that I have not paid! but for the price it is exactly above the concurrently. in fact I try to mount another roadstar other microphones "vintage" strat of CREL (roadrunners I think)
    this is my third purchase of microphones CREL (2 for low already), then yes I will ever be the choice.
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  • jackgenevejackgeneve

    Crel The 666Published on 09/14/06 at 09:41
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I have three instruments with microphones CREL, a special PB
    (JB42 in bridge), a 5 string Stingray (MM51) and a Start (666 in
    central). For now, I am more than satisfied user and
    advertising CREL is the height of the result.
    The JB42 is a delight for the games chorus stype Pastorius and responds
    the smallest subtleties solicitation ropes.

    The MM51 really sound better than the original MM and makes the bass
    more "eclectic".

    The Start of my 666 is mounted centrally with TB4 in the bridge and Seymour
    Fender Custom Shop Texas Special in neck. The 666 has no shame
    the sound produced by the other two microphones "flagship" of these large
    brands. All the guitarists who have…
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    I have three instruments with microphones CREL, a special PB
    (JB42 in bridge), a 5 string Stingray (MM51) and a Start (666 in
    central). For now, I am more than satisfied user and
    advertising CREL is the height of the result.
    The JB42 is a delight for the games chorus stype Pastorius and responds
    the smallest subtleties solicitation ropes.

    The MM51 really sound better than the original MM and makes the bass
    more "eclectic".

    The Start of my 666 is mounted centrally with TB4 in the bridge and Seymour
    Fender Custom Shop Texas Special in neck. The 666 has no shame
    the sound produced by the other two microphones "flagship" of these large
    brands. All the guitarists who have tried my guitar Unimer
    declare it as the best of three mounts on this guitar.

    A big BRAVO!

    PS ... I look forward to a version of T. Rex to trembucker
    get on my Ibanez S. ..

    JAck
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  • telecast31telecast31

    Crel The 666Published on 06/28/07 at 09:29
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    For information,

    I brought up a set of 666 model on a telecaster,

    Then to make myself an objective and rigorous I conducted a small test in a makeshift shop very serious seller of Fenders with the staff.

    No cheating possible since we used my humble guitar and a Telecaster U.S. brand new, connected one after the other amp we do not change a single setting between the two tests .. And this under control informed and laughing the manager, keen on U.S. TV's vintage rightly so.

    Just as he did it again to make sure of times to:

    A difference in output level is distressing for the 666, the same accuracy as the edge is definitely pleasant, and finally the sound is just as flashy as sa…
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    For information,

    I brought up a set of 666 model on a telecaster,

    Then to make myself an objective and rigorous I conducted a small test in a makeshift shop very serious seller of Fenders with the staff.

    No cheating possible since we used my humble guitar and a Telecaster U.S. brand new, connected one after the other amp we do not change a single setting between the two tests .. And this under control informed and laughing the manager, keen on U.S. TV's vintage rightly so.

    Just as he did it again to make sure of times to:

    A difference in output level is distressing for the 666, the same accuracy as the edge is definitely pleasant, and finally the sound is just as flashy as savouveux the three positions of the selector.

    2 So it certainly annoying, I suppose, for a fan of fenders us of being admitted to the eyes and ears of its customers Creel reality, but I ... Ben was very proud of my guitar.
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