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  • KimoKimo

    Dean Guitars Black Gold VPublished on 08/14/09 at 13:03
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - Made in Korea
    - Channel V
    - 22 frets
    - 3 position selector
    - 2 volumes + 1 tone Knob
    - 2 Humbuckers liabilities Dean "homemade"

    Lutherie excellent eye sight for the price. There's something for his money.

    UTILIZATION

    This is one of the most comfortable guitars I have ever try to handle. Playing above is incredibly easy.
    Although the V-shaped body is not the most comfortable, I was surprised to find that playing with sitting is easy. I think it's the lightness in weight of the guitar.
    It is light and I had some apprehension about the tone of this guitar, I used the following lespaul gibsons and other heavy guitars. Such, I was amazed to see that it delivers a di…
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    - Made in Korea
    - Channel V
    - 22 frets
    - 3 position selector
    - 2 volumes + 1 tone Knob
    - 2 Humbuckers liabilities Dean "homemade"

    Lutherie excellent eye sight for the price. There's something for his money.

    UTILIZATION

    This is one of the most comfortable guitars I have ever try to handle. Playing above is incredibly easy.
    Although the V-shaped body is not the most comfortable, I was surprised to find that playing with sitting is easy. I think it's the lightness in weight of the guitar.
    It is light and I had some apprehension about the tone of this guitar, I used the following lespaul gibsons and other heavy guitars. Such, I was amazed to see that it delivers a distortion and angry with the big potato!
    In his clear, the guitar is doing honorably but I think if you buy this guitar but rather to exploit the huge sound!

    SOUNDS

    It's perfect except that the only negative point about this guitar mics.
    The neck pickup is doing the right thing. I will focus on the bridge pickup. This mic is home to a large level of output. But what's wrong is a big lack of harmony. The distortion has put potato ago kekchose's wrong, it seems that sound is "flooded". I think this microphone is required to be changed for sure. I think of myself towards Knucker bare to see ...

    Apart from this flaw, I love playing it! <img class="smiley" src="https://fr.audiofanzine.com/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_biggrin.gif" alt="biggrin" />

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought a few months ago and I do not regret it. Enormous value for money! The violin is a high quality compared to competition. That's what amazed me the most, receiving my guitar.
    The photo does not do him homage. In truth it is beautiful!
    I had a flying V of the Samick brand has been damaged. it was a lease that I wanted to re-offer a V and this quitar is the bomb (just need to think about changing the bridge pickup, or both).

    I lose, I bought it. <img class="smiley" src="https://fr.audiofanzine.com/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_wink.gif" alt="wink" />

    I'll make a notation as Audiofanzine:

    + Quality Manufacturing
    + Lutherie impeccable
    + Wood quality
    + Not expensive
    + Channel comfortable
    + Light
    + Big sound

    - Dynamic Microphones but too neutral
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