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Fans of Mansons Matt Bellamy? Come on!

Jim Reed Guitars FuzzycasterPublished on 12/25/13 at 14:25
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Guitar made in Italy by Jim Reed Guitars custom shop. It has a Floyd Rose bridge type (Top Notch!) And a handle TC 22 frets. = Bridge pickup Seymour Duncan humbucking neck and a Kent Armstrong. And that is that everything is the originality of this guitar: A Fuzz factory was built within two knobs so as Bellamy (Muse) used to do this siren sound at the beginning of Plug In Baby lives in (I use it mostly for special effects in the legendary solo Floyd Comfortably Numb).

UTILIZATION

An incredible handle, it glides well and access to 21-22nd frets easy! The downside is the weight - 'Because FF is integrated inside and the wood is pretty special (I do not recall now whether it is...…
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Guitar made in Italy by Jim Reed Guitars custom shop. It has a Floyd Rose bridge type (Top Notch!) And a handle TC 22 frets. = Bridge pickup Seymour Duncan humbucking neck and a Kent Armstrong. And that is that everything is the originality of this guitar: A Fuzz factory was built within two knobs so as Bellamy (Muse) used to do this siren sound at the beginning of Plug In Baby lives in (I use it mostly for special effects in the legendary solo Floyd Comfortably Numb).

UTILIZATION

An incredible handle, it glides well and access to 21-22nd frets easy! The downside is the weight - 'Because FF is integrated inside and the wood is pretty special (I do not recall now whether it is mahogany or ash ...) But with ergonomic strap that goes ;-)

The sound is not so bad (The fuzz factory is a fuzz that is very focused on acute) but I thickened with Blues Overdrive, a kaoss pad and a compressor in my pedalboard.

SOUNDS

it suits my style because I consists of the psyche, electro and progressive ... I use a Fender BXR300 (it is expected for the low EQ but with my corrections, the KAOSS pad and spring compressor it perfect!) Which is a sacred amp! I use sounds from the good fat cristalins through a clean that "Crunch" a little ...

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 1 and a half years and this is just the class. I also play on an old Gibson or Epiphone 1970 Flying V but this guitar has conquéri my heart ^ ^ With the experience but especially money, I will choose a Manson where my choice on the internal configuration of the effects will be developed .
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  • Manufacturer: Jim Reed Guitars
  • Model: Fuzzycaster
  • Category: TLC-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 12/25/2013

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