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  • flo934flo934

    Jim Reed Guitars Telecaster top ThinlinePublished on 11/02/05 at 09:23
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in Italy in the workshops Jim Reed.
    22 frets, maple neck and down (at my request)
    2 micros simple armonstrong kent
    One volume, one tone and a three-position selector

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very nice to me! I prefer the sleeves of fender telecaster I've tried.
    Access to treble is good but nothing more.
    Ergonomics is one of a telecaster ... but you get it!
    Level by the cons, I love, and it's versatile!

    SOUNDS

    This guitar is perfect for what I intended to play: rock!
    I usually play on a Fender Twin Reverb amp, and I use a small multi digitech effect.
    I get sound clear and sharp and incisive distos light! it has a tele in the hands! And I love ...! …
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    Made in Italy in the workshops Jim Reed.
    22 frets, maple neck and down (at my request)
    2 micros simple armonstrong kent
    One volume, one tone and a three-position selector

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very nice to me! I prefer the sleeves of fender telecaster I've tried.
    Access to treble is good but nothing more.
    Ergonomics is one of a telecaster ... but you get it!
    Level by the cons, I love, and it's versatile!

    SOUNDS

    This guitar is perfect for what I intended to play: rock!
    I usually play on a Fender Twin Reverb amp, and I use a small multi digitech effect.
    I get sound clear and sharp and incisive distos light! it has a tele in the hands! And I love ...!
    Knowing that the three-position selector and tone are effective, allowing sounds to be a little more round .. but I use less of this guitar.

    In addition, the model being "Thinline", this guitar has good sustain.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had 2 or 3 weeks now.
    I love his aesthetic, with the hearing (Thinline model)! I also appreciate enormously the sounds it gives me sharp, I had purchased for that!
    For the value price of this guitar I put 10 without hesitation! For less than € 400 shipping and hard case I understand that scratching the hands: this is amazing!

    Obviously this choice I would do today, and I advise everyone!
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  • bouriquetbouriquet

    Jim Reed Guitars Telecaster top ThinlinePublished on 11/06/05 at 12:26
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in Italy in the workshops Jim Reed.
    22 frets, Saddle handle and the key (at my request)
    2 micros simple armonstrong kent
    One volume, one tone, and three positions slecteur

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is quite large, type Fender Telecaster.
    Place the handle of a Ibanez Drout lot to beginners, and it takes time to adapt.
    Access in acute is average, but it's not good not to play all the time box 19 ... 21
    The guitar is pretty lgre, but all the same impressive.
    The finish is trs good, but some adjustments may be necessary (string height, adjusting microphones)

    SOUNDS

    I wanted a super clean and a crunch style Led Zep, I served.
    It slams standards in the brid…
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    Made in Italy in the workshops Jim Reed.
    22 frets, Saddle handle and the key (at my request)
    2 micros simple armonstrong kent
    One volume, one tone, and three positions slecteur

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is quite large, type Fender Telecaster.
    Place the handle of a Ibanez Drout lot to beginners, and it takes time to adapt.
    Access in acute is average, but it's not good not to play all the time box 19 ... 21
    The guitar is pretty lgre, but all the same impressive.
    The finish is trs good, but some adjustments may be necessary (string height, adjusting microphones)

    SOUNDS

    I wanted a super clean and a crunch style Led Zep, I served.
    It slams standards in the bridge position, and the sound is soft and round round (one of the highlights at the micro level, it's perfect for the blues) ...

    I play on Roland Cube15, so does not return a compltement the quality of the guitar.
    Lights on an amp is something else ...

    The sound is fenderien, lens, but can be aggressive with a distortion pedal adaptpour of the TDCA, has spent much trs).
    on the other hand, to the metal, has spent too

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 1 month and a half, and I'm thrilled she is super!

    I have tried many Fender Telecaster, and we can compare it with a Fender Thinline Mex, which store rating 915euros!

    I pay 400euros with Hardcase, this price is the extraordinary report qualitprix
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  • teddy111teddy111

    Jim Reed Guitars Telecaster top ThinlinePublished on 11/16/05 at 03:11
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Italian semi-scale manufacturing.
    Maple neck, 22 frets, rosewood fingerboard.
    Two Kent Armstrong pickups Telecaster type.
    Classic Telecaster bridge.
    Settings: tone and volume - 3-position switch

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is a little flatter than a Fender neck in''C''could be called a''soft''C, but was soon in hand and proved pleasant to use.
    Access to acute Telecaster is typical, ie medium.
    Ergonomics are good, not that of a Stratocaster, of course, but this is light enough Thinline because of its hollow parts.
    As for his ... is the slap ... beautiful, full of sustain, this guitar deserves to be used with a tube amp that will reveal all the grain noise of the beast!

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    Italian semi-scale manufacturing.
    Maple neck, 22 frets, rosewood fingerboard.
    Two Kent Armstrong pickups Telecaster type.
    Classic Telecaster bridge.
    Settings: tone and volume - 3-position switch

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is a little flatter than a Fender neck in''C''could be called a''soft''C, but was soon in hand and proved pleasant to use.
    Access to acute Telecaster is typical, ie medium.
    Ergonomics are good, not that of a Stratocaster, of course, but this is light enough Thinline because of its hollow parts.
    As for his ... is the slap ... beautiful, full of sustain, this guitar deserves to be used with a tube amp that will reveal all the grain noise of the beast!

    SOUNDS

    This guitar is quite versatile: country, blues, rock ... but is not made for big sounds "hard" because of its configuration ...
    I use it with tube amps: Fender Pro Junior, Fender Super Reverb amp and soon a 28 watt Class A Legend of Jim Reed.
    I love the clean sounds and banging, this guitar is made for that.
    I do not sound too rotten distortion ... So I avoid them!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for about 6 months.
    I love everything about this guitar, sound, look, robust construction.
    I have tried other brands, more or less expensive, without convictions.
    The value is 10/10. Can not find a better less than 400 €.
    A remake, I trust Jim Reed and plans to expand the collection.
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