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  • JessBJessB

    Loïc Le Pape TelecasteelPublished on 10/14/13 at 07:59
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Guitar made in France by Loic Le Pape. The neck is a Warmoth Pro (Standard thin radius 10/16) of 24 cases.
    Key Pao Ferro
    Gotoh bridge + Graphtec piezo saddles
    Schaller locking oil bath
    SP Custom pickup Binity
    Controls:
    1 x Vol. push pull (split humbucker / single) - 1 x Ton. - 1 x Piezo Vol - 3 way switch (piezo / piezo + mic / mic) - 1 minswich 2 ways (kill switch)

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very easy to play, the ergonomics are well thought out (with advice from Loic). This is a guitar that has a very wide range of sounds because of the high accuracy of the knobs (tone and volume).
    In simple, it is in the register provided Telecaster volume down (it's a bit more ag…
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    Guitar made in France by Loic Le Pape. The neck is a Warmoth Pro (Standard thin radius 10/16) of 24 cases.
    Key Pao Ferro
    Gotoh bridge + Graphtec piezo saddles
    Schaller locking oil bath
    SP Custom pickup Binity
    Controls:
    1 x Vol. push pull (split humbucker / single) - 1 x Ton. - 1 x Piezo Vol - 3 way switch (piezo / piezo + mic / mic) - 1 minswich 2 ways (kill switch)

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very easy to play, the ergonomics are well thought out (with advice from Loic). This is a guitar that has a very wide range of sounds because of the high accuracy of the knobs (tone and volume).
    In simple, it is in the register provided Telecaster volume down (it's a bit more aggressive than the tele).
    Double (push-pull system) was a softer and fatter sound (like Gibson).
    Finally, the passive piezo that can be (or not) combined with the microphone allows a wide range of sound, it's amazing a piezo cranked, it has a kind of distortion.

    SOUNDS

    It is a carved guitar for punk rock many great attack in the crunch (well it is also clear and saturated fat).

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's been over 30 years since I played the guitar (mainly telecaster), I have long matured in my mind the perfect guitar (for me of course), the dialogue is excellent with Loïc we learn a lot of things and has to be someone passionate who knows whereof he speaks.
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