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Jim Reed Guitars Telecaster Ash Carolina P90
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Jim Reed Guitars Telecaster Ash Carolina P90Published on 11/02/05 at 02:48
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Guitar Made in Italy
22 frets
My guitar is actually a "custom" with a simple acute (config normal) and a P90 in neck
Fixed bridge type tele
One volume and one tone with a 3 position selector
I took it in maple neck, which is also very comfortable

UTILIZATION

The handle is very nice, some kinks finishes, but hey, for that price what more?
The shape is comfortable, it was a well slamming it right, nickel!

SOUNDS

The sound of the Tele is what I was looking exactemetn: a well "raw" in the bridge position, the tele one kind, and its a "P90" in the round, while remaining out agresif round which the hair!
Playing with the tone we get various sounds and very nice ...
The......
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Guitar Made in Italy
22 frets
My guitar is actually a "custom" with a simple acute (config normal) and a P90 in neck
Fixed bridge type tele
One volume and one tone with a 3 position selector
I took it in maple neck, which is also very comfortable

UTILIZATION

The handle is very nice, some kinks finishes, but hey, for that price what more?
The shape is comfortable, it was a well slamming it right, nickel!

SOUNDS

The sound of the Tele is what I was looking exactemetn: a well "raw" in the bridge position, the tele one kind, and its a "P90" in the round, while remaining out agresif round which the hair!
Playing with the tone we get various sounds and very nice ...
The P90 is very good, psition intermediate is very friendly, and the bridge pickup delivers a single agrssif but with an output level lower than the P90

OVERALL OPINION

I have this guitar for about 2 or 3 weeks and I am satisfied.
I wanted a well Rock N Roll, but not too aggressive, a very raw look is THE guitar I needed!
I went to the favorite and having essyé sas, I took a risk, but I am not disappointed on the contrary.
Incredible value for money, it is believed to have an American Fender Tele (standard, not the big cutomer anyway) for ...... € 400 (shipping and case included)
I discovered this brand www.guitariste.com, and after reading a lot of positive opinions I started.

https://www.guitariste.com/forums/guitare, guitaresquotjim-reedquot-resu, 137762.html

A very good brand to discover it sooner!
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Jim Reed Guitars Telecaster Ash Carolina P90Published on 03/04/06 at 10:12
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Made in Italy "Handmade in Italy"
22 frets
jai asked in a P90 as my previous round and a bridge in hotrail splittable
an easel transversa
a volume knob + knob a push pull tone
round in profile C

UTILIZATION

Handle very pleasant, not used to handle C profile, much less touch maple ... but I'm quickly adapted my
access to acute very easy, good ergonomics, a radius can be too high but nothing else has reported
we get a pure sound with the config that jai asked, that's about what I wanted and what was what I expected m, (not perfect nest)

SOUNDS

My style is rock + blues / jazz / funk etc ...
more around the brit rock
with an amplifier MG15CDR
we obtain a range of......
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Made in Italy "Handmade in Italy"
22 frets
jai asked in a P90 as my previous round and a bridge in hotrail splittable
an easel transversa
a volume knob + knob a push pull tone
round in profile C

UTILIZATION

Handle very pleasant, not used to handle C profile, much less touch maple ... but I'm quickly adapted my
access to acute very easy, good ergonomics, a radius can be too high but nothing else has reported
we get a pure sound with the config that jai asked, that's about what I wanted and what was what I expected m, (not perfect nest)

SOUNDS

My style is rock + blues / jazz / funk etc ...
more around the brit rock
with an amplifier MG15CDR
we obtain a range of sound, warm and round vmt a wish
sounds good! jadore!

OVERALL OPINION

I am the User for a month and completely satisfied for the price
jai tried many fender before ca (lite ash and standard mex)
good value for money and above all the advantage of custom!
xp I do it again with this choice again if there was no aura No other competitor of giving a better offer
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  • Manufacturer: Jim Reed Guitars
  • Model: Telecaster Ash Carolina P90
  • Category: TLC-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 11/02/2005

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