Jim Reed Guitars Telecaster top Thinline
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Jim Reed Guitars Telecaster top Thinline

Telecaster top Thinline, TLC-Shaped Guitar from Jim Reed Guitars.

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bouriquet 11/06/2005

Jim Reed Guitars Telecaster top Thinline : bouriquet's user review

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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