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vonvox vonvox
Publié le 04/24/06 à 08:02
Telecaster Custom 62 (not 60) made in Japan.
Superb color sunburst with white nets.

UTILIZATION

Saying anything, there is no simpler and more user friendly ... it's THE guitar ...

SOUNDS

The pickups are not really the height of the violin. I will also try to change as it sounds, even when some "small" I got a little frle.

OVERALL OPINION

This guitar is the most beautiful in the world and I'm not happy when others have the Senigallia's sound is a bit "limited" not bad but "small", which may justify the price diffrence with a "big" Telecaster amricaine and again, the spitting APRS jack produces only a few months of use and the volume knob is in the process of making me .. So by changing the pickups and replacing Jack and button, this should be the best guitar in the world. (And I reminds that it is the MODEL 62 and not 60)
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