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  • Fenix by Young Chang TelecasterPublished on 09/14/05 at 07:06
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Korean telecaster type guitar. Bird's eye maple table Vinita translucent green super elegant.
    gold finish hardware, that's way because it is filthy with time.
    21 Jumbo Frets, the shape of the handle is special but not unpleasant.
    the bridge is fixed, the fixing of ropes through the body
    2 Mics.
    For the settings: 1 Volume 1 Tone 1 microphone selector

    I removed the shield that hides the white finish is beautiful despite the holes. The paint has not worn either.

    9 points, -1 point for the gold plating on the hardware.

    UTILIZATION

    Guitar heavy but good ergonomics, handle special but easy to use in a lot of positions.
    Large frets, mechanical reliable and robust.

    The......
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    Korean telecaster type guitar. Bird's eye maple table Vinita translucent green super elegant.
    gold finish hardware, that's way because it is filthy with time.
    21 Jumbo Frets, the shape of the handle is special but not unpleasant.
    the bridge is fixed, the fixing of ropes through the body
    2 Mics.
    For the settings: 1 Volume 1 Tone 1 microphone selector

    I removed the shield that hides the white finish is beautiful despite the holes. The paint has not worn either.

    9 points, -1 point for the gold plating on the hardware.

    UTILIZATION

    Guitar heavy but good ergonomics, handle special but easy to use in a lot of positions.
    Large frets, mechanical reliable and robust.

    The sound is good, but no surprises for a guitar of this price. The pickups deserve a change.

    SOUNDS

    I can play almost anything with it is the more surprising.

    OVERALL OPINION

    8 years of use, it has not aged.
    The painted and the paint did not budge.

    Excellent choice for a low price this guitar has no competition.
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  • Fenix by Young Chang TelecasterPublished on 12/09/08 at 07:10
    (Originally written by glad777/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
    This guitar is amazing! It sounds accurate and warm. Its single-coil pickups are very good for rock.

    UTILIZATION

    Playing this guitar is a delight even without a rosewood fingerboard, the neck feels very pleasant and the sound is wonderful.

    SOUNDS

    It has a super rock sound but it can also provide a good heavy metal sound.

    OVERALL OPINION

    A very good guitar whose price is decreasing. If you find one buy it. Its price is now comparable to budget products although the instrument offers a moderate quality.

    Enjoy!...
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    (Originally written by glad777/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
    This guitar is amazing! It sounds accurate and warm. Its single-coil pickups are very good for rock.

    UTILIZATION

    Playing this guitar is a delight even without a rosewood fingerboard, the neck feels very pleasant and the sound is wonderful.

    SOUNDS

    It has a super rock sound but it can also provide a good heavy metal sound.

    OVERALL OPINION

    A very good guitar whose price is decreasing. If you find one buy it. Its price is now comparable to budget products although the instrument offers a moderate quality.

    Enjoy!
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