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  • ouenesgainouenesgain

    GFS Vintage Alnico ChromePublished on 05/14/06 at 15:57
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Telecaster neck pickup, easy to assemble, cheap ... that's good!
    Great sound rich in harmonics, well defined, and much better than the original micro fender because there is absolutely no background noise (at least compared to the original).
    To buy the closed eyes if you're tired of crappy pickups fender ...
  • Nikko_Nikko_

    GFS Vintage Alnico ChromePublished on 07/13/06 at 11:07
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I buy a telecaster ELYPSE and I equipped for this microphone, I actually dreamed of having the sound of a real fender telecaster without buying one that is worth a fortune!
    I replace the original microphone, which frankly was good, even better than the Squier.
    The sound is very vintage, it seems to have a telecaster 60s, the sound is beautiful, for against the output level is not very big but enough!
    I pair it with a hot lil puncher split, a result I TELECASTER within the meaning of the word hardcore!
    qaund I look at the price of the guitar pickups more it cost me € 169 + € 50 postage included microphone!

    it's not even the price of the Squier affinity telecaster, and more for the…
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    I buy a telecaster ELYPSE and I equipped for this microphone, I actually dreamed of having the sound of a real fender telecaster without buying one that is worth a fortune!
    I replace the original microphone, which frankly was good, even better than the Squier.
    The sound is very vintage, it seems to have a telecaster 60s, the sound is beautiful, for against the output level is not very big but enough!
    I pair it with a hot lil puncher split, a result I TELECASTER within the meaning of the word hardcore!
    qaund I look at the price of the guitar pickups more it cost me € 169 + € 50 postage included microphone!

    it's not even the price of the Squier affinity telecaster, and more for the money I have a sound of a telecaster US (and I'm not exaggerating models for trying!)

    brief must Guitarfetish!
    But how do they ??????
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  • papifouinepapifouine

    What more could you want

    GFS Vintage Alnico ChromePublished on 07/26/11 at 09:01
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I would not say it's perfect as this one exist?
    Quality of sound micro and especially, it's like TV at the time, after 50 years of music I think I know what I mean
    Still unbeatable value for money at GFS
    I have a dozen different models of strat 335 and I am always satisfied with the quality and sound
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