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

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  • wenderssoulwenderssoul

    Vintage Icon V62Published on 01/08/14 at 14:00
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Asian manufacturing
    Micro, mechanical, Wilkinson.
    Alder body (not ash, as is often mentioned in descriptions of sellers)
    Rosewood key
    Violin very neat and the head has the shape of the strat, but here does not shock.

    UTILIZATION

    Regarding the handle, it's butter (royal, even for a penguin)
    Guitar not too heavy, with ergonomics, I prefer a strat.

    SOUNDS

    Regarding the sound, heard when trying if you have the opportunity TL 60 Fender models. It's very, or even, very very close to the original.
    Least-that the models Fender Asiatic, better than the Mexican (for my taste of course), so its clear that saturated. Otherwise, take a look on you tube, there are a few …
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    Asian manufacturing
    Micro, mechanical, Wilkinson.
    Alder body (not ash, as is often mentioned in descriptions of sellers)
    Rosewood key
    Violin very neat and the head has the shape of the strat, but here does not shock.

    UTILIZATION

    Regarding the handle, it's butter (royal, even for a penguin)
    Guitar not too heavy, with ergonomics, I prefer a strat.

    SOUNDS

    Regarding the sound, heard when trying if you have the opportunity TL 60 Fender models. It's very, or even, very very close to the original.
    Least-that the models Fender Asiatic, better than the Mexican (for my taste of course), so its clear that saturated. Otherwise, take a look on you tube, there are a few demos, interesting on these models.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I utisise of then 8 months, and I'm not tired.
    I hesitated with a model of the brand Blade (microphones and mechanical Wilkinson too), but ultimately, I have no regrets. Quality / price ratio, there's no picture, I think it is almost unbeatable (I bought it on an Irish website at discount prices, 200euros past)
    * I also have a LP of Vintage brand, same topos, it looks like it mistaken for the original.
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