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  • VundaboyVundaboy

    What happiness!

    E-II SV STDPublished on 05/09/14 at 17:19
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    ESP range E-II (new standard range esp)
    Totally made in Japan!
    Original floyd rose bridge
    Channel "thin" U ESP varnish "natural satin"
    Color: Black with white lines
    2 emg 81, 1 volume, 1 switch
    24 jumbo frets extra
    Ebony fingerboard with inlays saw teeth

    UTILIZATION

    Good handle, it's not all flat pancake ibanez, but p * cking foot, accessible even with the relatively low guitar slides perfectly, frets happiness, access to magical treble (the best I ' I actually).

    Form RR therefore forced to play with the guitar on one leg at the beginning it hurts everywhere and it is not playable. After a week, I can more than play that way, just perfect!

    Floyd that mean? Per…
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    ESP range E-II (new standard range esp)
    Totally made in Japan!
    Original floyd rose bridge
    Channel "thin" U ESP varnish "natural satin"
    Color: Black with white lines
    2 emg 81, 1 volume, 1 switch
    24 jumbo frets extra
    Ebony fingerboard with inlays saw teeth

    UTILIZATION

    Good handle, it's not all flat pancake ibanez, but p * cking foot, accessible even with the relatively low guitar slides perfectly, frets happiness, access to magical treble (the best I ' I actually).

    Form RR therefore forced to play with the guitar on one leg at the beginning it hurts everywhere and it is not playable. After a week, I can more than play that way, just perfect!

    Floyd that mean? Perfectly tuned, it gets the job done, ie make dive bombs as a little crazy without tune (I did not give the guitar since I)

    SOUNDS

    Sound level already the guitar comes with a light rod (9-42) so it can sound a bit "soft" a bit for some slamming.

    Level sound is an alder body, it's not acjougraou but it corrects itself with a well placed EQ.

    I spend all in a BOSS GT 10 live in my studio on a laney irt bafle V30:

    Distortion level, nothing to say, it's alive, it's beautiful, dynamic, 2 EMG surprise me.
    Clean level, with a good setup, I get the clean strat slamming easily and it's just perfect
    BUT, there is a but ... Level crunch and a little vintage fishing it slightly, but it's all about EQ my friends, if I had spent more than 5 minutes on a preset crunch maybe I would have had a divine sound.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have the guitar for 1 month I would say about it is just amazing, it is perfectly clear, but easily scratched nag versatile with the right settings.
    As I have unfortunately left was nabbed in a small Parisian shop super cool in the commander and I do not regret a single euro of this guitar. This is my hand guitar and she certainly remain for very long!
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