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Squier J5 Telecaster
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Squier J5 Telecaster

TLC-Shaped Guitar from Squier belonging to the Artist series.

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Publié le 09/09/09 à 03:47
Made in slanted eyes.

alder body, maple neck, rosewood fingerboard.

unknown microphones

pretty well finished

UTILIZATION

So now, at first glance a signature: pout, brand Squier: berrrk.

grip: healthy weight, comfortable handle end

SOUNDS

By connecting: clear sound sweet, very nice net.

saturation: very precise, lack of heavy fishing, but precise.

attention I plugged a lamp every 2 bodies, the result will not be the same on an amp like caca prout marshall dfx 15w.

OVERALL OPINION

So with a good amplifier is a low end guitar really very decent, offering a great comfort to play and sounds pretty good.

to 475th this guitar is really too expensive for what it is, I had an Ibanez 250th who was of similar quality, a lot of money for unnecessary name John 5.
for the same price are in jackson duncan design with licensed floyd.

So voila, not a guitar but with a disgusting price unusual.
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