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  • ræfræf

    ESP V StandardPublished on 09/26/07 at 03:24
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    COLOUR: Black
    BODY: Mahogany
    NECK: Maple 3 shares
    Fingerboard: Ebony with White binding
    CONSTRUCTION: Thru
    SCALE: 25.5 "
    TUNERS: Sperzel Locking Tuner
    BRIDGE: Gotoh Tune Matic / String thru
    HARDWARE COLOUR: Black
    FRET: 24 / XJ
    NECK PICKUP: Seymour Duncan SH-1n
    BRIDGE PICKUP: Seymour Duncan SH-4
    CONTROL: Volume 2, Master Tone, 3 way toggle switch

    I put the 9 in the choice of restraint "color 3" (available in black)
    The inlay's are a bit too sober, I would have preferred nothing or sharfin's has the jackson.

    UTILIZATION

    Good saw the look is so clearly granted in metal B
    Channel pleasant, despite its rather large profile and round (much bigger than on …
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    COLOUR: Black
    BODY: Mahogany
    NECK: Maple 3 shares
    Fingerboard: Ebony with White binding
    CONSTRUCTION: Thru
    SCALE: 25.5 "
    TUNERS: Sperzel Locking Tuner
    BRIDGE: Gotoh Tune Matic / String thru
    HARDWARE COLOUR: Black
    FRET: 24 / XJ
    NECK PICKUP: Seymour Duncan SH-1n
    BRIDGE PICKUP: Seymour Duncan SH-4
    CONTROL: Volume 2, Master Tone, 3 way toggle switch

    I put the 9 in the choice of restraint "color 3" (available in black)
    The inlay's are a bit too sober, I would have preferred nothing or sharfin's has the jackson.

    UTILIZATION

    Good saw the look is so clearly granted in metal B
    Channel pleasant, despite its rather large profile and round (much bigger than on my eclipse's), access to acute be improved but not very embarrassing for me, I have big hands and I'm not too much lead.
    The guitar is comfortable to play standing up as much (thanks to the cutting stomach) seated, is lightweight and does not sting the nose, it's pretty good so massive blunder on the wall or the remains of the group, I says that for the scratch, it's a solid metalheads ...
    Wais it sounds. Thank goodness for the price ...

    edit: boring little detail, the emplacemeent the jack on the side just below the attachment of the strap, as I mounted the coup of Straplock dunlop, using an angled jack is mandatory if it goes no and obligations of OTE, the strap to remove the jack. Super a default like that of a shovel € 1500

    SOUNDS

    The SH4 is really too soft!
    As against the 59 is nice in clean, warm and singing Lead. So hop it turns ...
    Good with emg, 80% distortion, no need to brag about the 81, there's enough opinion on this one.
    And 20% clean in this role the 60 is doing really more than fine.
    I kept the original config in 2 volumes, and really is the versatility appointment, no rabbit, this is really scratching his most versatile look no evidence.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Without hesitation I would do the same choice if I find one. because ESP has stopped production of the V standart advantage of Dave Mustaine
    I really look and try before aquérir this model, but the choice in flying TOM & 25 "5 and ebony fingerboard sober look at in this budget (€ 1,500 in new with box) is quite restricted.
    My two are regrêst it is available in black and Jackson is not a model with the same spec in USA.

    Edict of 25/01/07
    These are the Seymour have identified the benefit of a couple EMG 81 & 60, after trying, its level is much better, straighter, more gain, more precise, Breff is becoming scratched my main competition yet is fierce between the eclipse and RR2.

    Edict of 04/02/07
    That's become my main skyscraper, granted B, C drop in the RR2 Eclips are ironed in D and E

    Edict of 26/02/07
    Well finally the euphoria of the moment is a bit past, and I began to move away to benefit the RR2 and its Floyd.
    Breff I think of the exchange against a KV2.
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