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Vintage Reissued V52

TLC-Shaped Guitar from Vintage belonging to the Reissued series.

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rhinocerosrhinoceros

Excellent!

Vintage Reissued V52Published on 12/02/11 at 04:43
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
t say it all.
is a fairly standard telecaster with trs good spices such as the Wilkinson vintage bridge saddles, but with three bridges modified to correct the intonation.
for the colors, the choice is not butterscotch blonde and black plate, like a Nocaster. I put 7 because of a (well I will have taken in black or sunburst).

UTILIZATION

C trs enjoyable round, plutt end for a copy of tele 52: Halfway between a handle end and a handle strato U tele 52.The varnish does not catch on as hand squier classic vibe that I tried.

SOUNDS

One of the big highlights of the guitar sound!
super good wilkinson pickups with vintage sound good, no noise, no need to short change the pickups...…
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t say it all.
is a fairly standard telecaster with trs good spices such as the Wilkinson vintage bridge saddles, but with three bridges modified to correct the intonation.
for the colors, the choice is not butterscotch blonde and black plate, like a Nocaster. I put 7 because of a (well I will have taken in black or sunburst).

UTILIZATION

C trs enjoyable round, plutt end for a copy of tele 52: Halfway between a handle end and a handle strato U tele 52.The varnish does not catch on as hand squier classic vibe that I tried.

SOUNDS

One of the big highlights of the guitar sound!
super good wilkinson pickups with vintage sound good, no noise, no need to short change the pickups ici.elle is connected to a valve junior lamps.
the neck pickup provides good audio jazz, playing the Tone gives almost a bass sound. the microphone is acute plutt aggressive and can send STRID with the distortion (I use a Proco Rat).
but my position remains prfre the central position that offers a rich and balanced trs his solo with a little reverb is ecstasy.
I thought not to have a sound like a guitar with a 270

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 2 years,
I tried a lot of tl typ vintage, classic vibe squier, fender classic 50 mexico, fender american vintage. set by the american vintage, I find that the V52 has a better sound for less! (And I do not even fender standard / deluxe, Mexico or United States who sound too modern, too smooth for me)
résumé to:
+ The sound of a vintage tl
+ Mcaniques Bridge and good qualitbr /> + is great agreement
- Not found in stores (at the same time, they would sell a lot of fender more ...)
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LodjaLodja

Try ... and buy?

Vintage Reissued V52Published on 10/30/10 at 13:24
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Copy of the TV 52 '. Chinese-made but developed by T. Wilkinson.
Some finishes can be improved, mainly as regards the varnish: at the junction body / handle a game is chipped, and the presence of a small thickness at the head.
That said, for the price we can say that this is very correct.
The acastillage Wilkinson is signed which is rather reassuring.
Here are the specs taken from the English site JHS.
Body: American Alder (3 pieces)
Neck: One Piece Hard Maple - Bolt-on
Fingerboard: Maple
Scale: 25.5 "/ 648mm
Frets: 22 Medium
Neck Inlays: Black Dot
Tuners: Wilkinson ® Deluxe WJ55S
Bridge: Wilkinson ® WTB intonatable
Pickups: Wilkinson ® Single Coil x 2 (N) WVTN Alnico (B)...…
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Copy of the TV 52 '. Chinese-made but developed by T. Wilkinson.
Some finishes can be improved, mainly as regards the varnish: at the junction body / handle a game is chipped, and the presence of a small thickness at the head.
That said, for the price we can say that this is very correct.
The acastillage Wilkinson is signed which is rather reassuring.
Here are the specs taken from the English site JHS.
Body: American Alder (3 pieces)
Neck: One Piece Hard Maple - Bolt-on
Fingerboard: Maple
Scale: 25.5 "/ 648mm
Frets: 22 Medium
Neck Inlays: Black Dot
Tuners: Wilkinson ® Deluxe WJ55S
Bridge: Wilkinson ® WTB intonatable
Pickups: Wilkinson ® Single Coil x 2 (N) WVTN Alnico (B) WVOB Alnico
Scratchplate Black Single Ply
Controls: 1 x Volume / 1 x Tone / 3-Way Lever
For photos, see the website or on Google Image JHS.


UTILIZATION

The handle is a treat for my part, because relatively late.
Despite the veneer, it glides quite well.
For the rest, it's like a TV: ergonomics is not necessarily optimal (in ribs when playing seated).
The potentiometers are progressive, despite the low price, and the pickups are pretty amazing: I thought I should change those parts, but ultimately I think I'll leave. To see in time ...

SOUNDS

The specific sounds and features of the TV are met: I think it is very close to the spirit of his model.
His typed jazz neck pickup and distinctive blues / rock bridge.
After, I have not actually compared with a "real" TV, and even less on the same amp so I can not argue more.
Personally, I use a Roland Cube 30X relatively versatile.
The sounds are respected as the microphones on the other guitar Vintage (Type Start.) I have: blues, jazz, rock ...
Try it as soon as possible on a tube amp.

OVERALL OPINION

I have been using just a few weeks.
I have not tried more than that of models, to me it seemed inevitable having a guitar of this type in my "collection": it is a landmark in the history of the guitar, right? And I love her very particular "TV".
For budget reasons I turned around copies of this model, and I must say that products from Vintage appear on the whole very interesting, even more with prices across the Channel.
I find the price / quality ratio surprising: 235 € (on DV ... with shipping included ...) I think is fairly ridiculous ... In France it is a bit more expensive (270 €) but it is still very attractive.
Apart from some details of finishes, I think it is definitely a match for Squier and perhaps some Fender (outside the U.S. of course ...): I think, essential to try before buying ...
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  • Manufacturer: Vintage
  • Model: Reissued V52
  • Series: Reissued
  • Category: TLC-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 10/30/2010

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Other names: reissuedv52, reissued v 52, v52, v 52, v52reissued, v 52 reissued

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