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Harley Benton T-16
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Harley Benton T-16

TLC-Shaped Guitar from Harley Benton .

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SUPEREBA SUPEREBA
Publié le 01/21/10 à 14:35
telecaster copy less than 100 € (77) pretty well finished. the frets do not hang on as some original 10 times more expensive

UTILIZATION

easy to play good ergonomics
light enough

SOUNDS

is connected and the sound is consistent TV. simply and efficiently.
mics have good fishing c "is quite accurate in the low farm
especially for blues rock, country, jazz .... You can find it easily
I prefer the sound cleans.
compared with a Squier Affinity (j "a) is more powerful, more dynamic and clear in the grave
attacks are good.
it is still not at a distance 52 but ... for the price

OVERALL OPINION

This guitar is amazing for its price and far superior to other more expensive
It will suit those seeking a telecaster sound cheap ... I find it much closer to its original TV remote that squier affinity.
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