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  • starcristarcri

    There Westone Westone and ...

    Westone TelecasterPublished on 07/09/14 at 16:35
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    There Westone Westone and! The Westone brand is originally brand Japanese manufacturer Matsumoku (79 to 87). Of the Westone Matsumoku (Concord, Thunder, Rainbow etc) are guitars of outstanding quality, but Matsumoku ceased to exist in 1987 while the Westone brand, it has continued long, but with the quality fabrications n had nothing comparable. There Westone Westone and!

    UTILIZATION

    The short period during which the uncle Mats manufactured the Westone has been followed by a long period when this label had ample time to become synonymous with crap ...

    SOUNDS

    .. This probably explains why few people know this brand and even rarer are those that make the difference betwe…
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    There Westone Westone and! The Westone brand is originally brand Japanese manufacturer Matsumoku (79 to 87). Of the Westone Matsumoku (Concord, Thunder, Rainbow etc) are guitars of outstanding quality, but Matsumoku ceased to exist in 1987 while the Westone brand, it has continued long, but with the quality fabrications n had nothing comparable. There Westone Westone and!

    UTILIZATION

    The short period during which the uncle Mats manufactured the Westone has been followed by a long period when this label had ample time to become synonymous with crap ...

    SOUNDS

    .. This probably explains why few people know this brand and even rarer are those that make the difference between Westone Westone and ..

    OVERALL OPINION

    And thus of the Westone Matsumoku are incredibly under rated, while others Westone can be confused with the former.
    Ask you, it's worth it.
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  • raph.bassraph.bass

    Westone TelecasterPublished on 01/23/12 at 03:14
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Matsumoku made in factories in Japan in 1977. Typical Telecaster bridge with the "ashtray". Maple neck 21 box. 2 Telecaster pickups. Volume, Tone and picker "positions.

    UTILIZATION

    Handle very nice, good ergonomics, the sound is great.

    SOUNDS

    It is perfect for what I wanted. This is a great Telecaster that buries all Mexican I've experienced so far. What it sounds Telecaster, no need to linger for hours on sound ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    Used for 5 years now it never let me down. The tuning and adjustment not budge, the sound is very good. I would not hesitate one second between a Fender Mexican (which is more expensive than this one) and Westone I would take it.
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    Matsumoku made in factories in Japan in 1977. Typical Telecaster bridge with the "ashtray". Maple neck 21 box. 2 Telecaster pickups. Volume, Tone and picker "positions.

    UTILIZATION

    Handle very nice, good ergonomics, the sound is great.

    SOUNDS

    It is perfect for what I wanted. This is a great Telecaster that buries all Mexican I've experienced so far. What it sounds Telecaster, no need to linger for hours on sound ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    Used for 5 years now it never let me down. The tuning and adjustment not budge, the sound is very good. I would not hesitate one second between a Fender Mexican (which is more expensive than this one) and Westone I would take it.
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