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Gallagahn Gallagahn
Publié le 01/22/10 à 11:26
Not knowing much about this guitar, I contacted Hohner Germany. Home very pleasing and I was provided the following information from the catalog Hohner:
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<p class="ecxMsoNormal" style="text-align: center;"> <span style="color: black;">2 single coil PU vol / tone control, 647mm scale, 3-way switch standard bridge NDT; deluxe machine heads, U.S. strings, bolt on Canadian rock maple neck rosewood fingerboard With, 21 nickel silver frets, single cream binding on top; color : 3-tone sunburst, black</span>

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You can not make more authentic as info.

UTILIZATION

I suspect that the body of mine has t repainted before I achte with a matte black.
Handle very pleasant, very low action, I think it should be able Galer The Americans (I'll confirm once I have really tried a amricaine).
Honntement the 10 is not the lute EXAGRES I found an excellent quality leconfort playing really good.

SOUNDS

I am the metal, but I t contaminated by the virus in the collection, since in OCCAZ can find very good guitars for not CHRE, plus it looks cool .
I think she sounds like one would expect that tlcaster ringing a little bell ringing in his typical Fender sound, but presents less than a Start (normal). Fine treble, bass and screaming not balance well, very well what.

OVERALL OPINION

I've had it 2 months, great guitar, I have because I collect (in the limits of my ability), then I can compare the gear, compared my strato Hohner, I was afraid that it makes a duplicate, because I thought it would sound very similar, and no, it has its own character, for me it's a nice old school punk rock in saturation. Clearly, the agreements of the gates of pnitenciers crystalline sounds and deep (I'm not a fan of Jonny particulirement <img class="smiley" src="/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_lol.gif" alt="" /> ), He would have parrait beach on amricains ...
If you find one (I got it for 150 euros), you hesitating to take it or not, I suggest you go for it, it's a rare guitar and the guy told me at Hohner that this guitar produces silent in the same factory as the prinz The same brand, so perhaps a guarantee of quality
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