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  • Anonymous

    Yamaha Pacifica PAC1511MSPublished on 12/04/07 at 03:13
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    That says it all down, I'll just just say that this guitar is well worth the best market standards. Trs good quality microphones "stick" handle trs enjoyable and fast, just a review on the knobs, maintain and (or) change in three years.

    UTILIZATION

    The sound is trs versatile of slamming for sure, I just added a small inter splitter for the neck pickup gives me a clear round + with less attack. Because of the attack, there! of Seymour, the trs distos are good and dissociated but if you want the dirty, you can also! rglages question! Not too heavy, trs pretty good team. what more? I also change the jumpers for tflons and I'm pulling hybrid.

    SOUNDS

    -Ca does not do all sty…
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    That says it all down, I'll just just say that this guitar is well worth the best market standards. Trs good quality microphones "stick" handle trs enjoyable and fast, just a review on the knobs, maintain and (or) change in three years.

    UTILIZATION

    The sound is trs versatile of slamming for sure, I just added a small inter splitter for the neck pickup gives me a clear round + with less attack. Because of the attack, there! of Seymour, the trs distos are good and dissociated but if you want the dirty, you can also! rglages question! Not too heavy, trs pretty good team. what more? I also change the jumpers for tflons and I'm pulling hybrid.

    SOUNDS

    -Ca does not do all styles but almost.
    - I use it on a small transistor fender to work (because of the noise), and on my Flextone III XL complment my Variax 600 and repeated in concert. She became my second guitar and I can not help myself spare.

    OVERALL OPINION

    She's been with me for 5 or 6 years I think. In fact, it's like she always does the I pampers, she sleeps in his fly and is like new.
    Main quality it does not move an inch! Once temprature, it makes the show without having to connect a time! It's good wood!
    I can not count the guitars I have possd 30 years of music derrrire me (dj), but what would be a guitar beer (small outputs dangerous lol) , has in fact become a guitar work, and taken together sounds from Entire.
    Quality compared to regular price Yamaha offers high-end price srr.
    I went on line 6 Variax because I'm greedy and Discoveries of sounds, but if c'tait again, I would do without this choice hsitations. The musicians often pays more and the logo mark on the head of the handle ..... dtriment to the rest.
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  • datsudatsu

    Yamaha Pacifica PAC1511MSPublished on 05/12/09 at 09:42
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This is a copy tl Japanese body 2 pices of frnes, handle all 22 Saddle boxes.
    Two microphones for dual Seymour Duncan PAF 59 in a serious and a hot rails aige.
    Fittings, a fixed bridge bridges 6 and 6 mcaniques kind vintage.
    CONTRL volume and tonal slecteur and 3 positions.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is round and Troit, the key is lgrement bomb.
    For me it's the IDAL, Access in Aiges is good thanks a cut on the body much thought.
    The guitar is really comfortable, saw the muzzle to his right arm, in short, it is top.

    SOUNDS

    It is ultra versatile. I play good or not Benson's nomtal. But my plans for blues, funk, rock, country and hard, it's all good.
    Plugs into a …
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    This is a copy tl Japanese body 2 pices of frnes, handle all 22 Saddle boxes.
    Two microphones for dual Seymour Duncan PAF 59 in a serious and a hot rails aige.
    Fittings, a fixed bridge bridges 6 and 6 mcaniques kind vintage.
    CONTRL volume and tonal slecteur and 3 positions.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is round and Troit, the key is lgrement bomb.
    For me it's the IDAL, Access in Aiges is good thanks a cut on the body much thought.
    The guitar is really comfortable, saw the muzzle to his right arm, in short, it is top.

    SOUNDS

    It is ultra versatile. I play good or not Benson's nomtal. But my plans for blues, funk, rock, country and hard, it's all good.
    Plugs into a marshall, I come out wrong.
    Its clear it is but I'm not more excited. (Because of the amp?)
    But this is too much saturation on all mic positions.
    The solos come out really well, incisive and prcis.
    In aige was not the acidity of tl is in my opinion softer ear.

    EDIT

    It is a good tool to do everything. Not a guitar with all sounds, not to be confused.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had little time. But I found my Holy Grail. Sounds like cracked like.
    With this guitar you can jou in a lot of style, just by varying the rglages.
    Compar other guitars of Gibson, Fender, G & L, Godin, Ibanez of ...
    It's one that I most comfortable playing to the sounds by Galit cons (in my heart) with the G & L.
    And frankly, as always, Yamaha is the report qualitprix trs good.
    If I had the same one as I achter deuxime, and I ngocierai to buy a beautiful tui.

    EDIT

    I had sold to pay my IMPT (as the least research c'tait collectors so I sacrifice) and I bought a rcemment. My opinion has not changed worse in hindsight I find it even better than I remembered.
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  • moosehermanmooseherman

    Great only for Mike Stern enthusiasts!

    Yamaha Pacifica PAC1511MSPublished on 05/10/10 at 18:41
    This is a Japanese made Yamaha guitar. It is a signature guitar of the jazz/fusion artist Mike Stern. There are two Tele-style Seymour Duncan single-coil pickups. There is a tone and master volume control, with a three way pickup selector switch. There are 22 frets. It has a Tele-shaped body, made of ash. There is a maple neck and fingerboard.

    UTILIZATION

    I was surprised that a company that makes jet-skis could pull of a guitar that plays so well. It really does play like a dream, great for both rhythm and lead, and has ton of character. Getting a nice sound is easy, it sounds great even when unplugged. It's not too heavy or anything, and it's easy to carry around and move with ons…
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    This is a Japanese made Yamaha guitar. It is a signature guitar of the jazz/fusion artist Mike Stern. There are two Tele-style Seymour Duncan single-coil pickups. There is a tone and master volume control, with a three way pickup selector switch. There are 22 frets. It has a Tele-shaped body, made of ash. There is a maple neck and fingerboard.

    UTILIZATION

    I was surprised that a company that makes jet-skis could pull of a guitar that plays so well. It really does play like a dream, great for both rhythm and lead, and has ton of character. Getting a nice sound is easy, it sounds great even when unplugged. It's not too heavy or anything, and it's easy to carry around and move with onstage. All the drivers on the one I used where stable.

    SOUNDS

    I like to use this with my twin, but I also don't mind it with a Vox AC30. I think that this guitar would be great for fans of jazz and rock. This isn't particularly good for the twangier stuff, as Mike Stern really doesn't do twang. I like it when I'm trying to play Steely Dan stuff. It really is nice and smooth. I'd say it's comparable to a Tele, but I like the bridge pickup on the Tele better. It's apples and oranges though, to a degree, so it's a matter of taste, I had read many reviews before playing one that had said they thought the opposite. I don't really like it with distortion, I don't like fusion guitar tones and this one reeks of that. I think that most people who are into Mike Stern would go for that though.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I don't really like the distorted sound. It really is a phenomenal guitar but I don't think it serves my interests for the most part. I'd rather use a Tele or Strat. There's different uses for different guitars, and this one doesn't do it for me. That being said, a lot of players would really like it, as it is a finely-made guitar. It's also less than a grand usually, so I'd say that most people should check it out.
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