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Gibson Explorer '76 Reissue
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Gibson Explorer '76 Reissue

V/XPL/FB Shaped Guitar from Gibson belonging to the Explorer series.

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Lonewolf Lonewolf
Published on 08/29/06 at 10:20
Rah! The Gibson Explo, just a myth, Designed primarily for jazz, rcupre by rockers, suitable notice by mtalleux.
A beautiful Rican way you like them.

How is it you it done?
Accajou body mass (two parts certaimnement fun I will not grind to know
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Set Mahogany neck pitch 24.3 / 4 ", 50 Rounded profile with rosewood fingerboard, 22 frets, again points Perloid (greenish nacre low end, but as is the observation points is not too much), the junction is the ten-NINTH box, with a typical heel Gibson, not really optimized CAD I is not a super teacher, but it&#39;s still a neck-through less enjoyable, and always better (much better) than a Les Paul.
Bone nut
Mechanical mini Grover
Tune-O-Matic with Stop-Bar tailpiece
Two humbuckers with Gibson cramique 496R (neck) and 500T (bridge)
Two volume knobs and one of Ring with a three-position toggle
And the mythical cellulose varnish (note the stand on which we will put it, some caouchoucs on the unfortunate tendency of damaging the varnish handsomely from this type), clean after each use, especially if you sweat a lot of paws, was nasty white marks that can ultimately become embedded DEFINITIONS (if not glop like mine is black).
Level finishing, bah is nickel, not one that Exceeds fret, everything is aligned to a quarter of the hair.
It exudes health.
Supplied with a rigid exclente tui bill.

Price:
Between 1100 and 1300 after finishing



UTILIZATION

We are dealing the guitar quite heavy (a little 4kg200 prs) and cumbersome in form can GNER small jigs (I will have)
Level neck was beautiful find pais, chubby, it is clear that with the key rather flat (less than a Jackson or Ibanez when even) and the profile has been under control and that c is comfortable in all circumstances, then certainly the budding pseudo Steve Vai will find it slow, but hey they still vainly trying to ring their wooden crate Ibanez (free polmique that is only my opinion) here need not be for a Petrucci sounds, we can have fun at any level, of course, be a little dbourser

In terms of the form for my part I find trs comfortable sitting the game is very well, the guitar is positioned naturally, and the game is a stand rgal (for me) the guitar, the position of the straps and locks rpartition masses, naturally positioned at an angle of about 35 which puts it in a position where the arms are working smoothly and gently, while gniale simply.
Be careful when you move in a confined space, the guitar is so cumbersome that quickly because of the shock.

From a purely ergonomic is much better than a Les Paul ... provided they do not have the physique of a 10-year Garonnette

Regarding the holding of the agreement, in average, less than a good or good floyd Mecas blocking but is no problem.
Small BMOL however, are mcaniques trs close what can be if you Gnant mca utliisez a crank, and quickly connect a rope was quick to dsaccorder that of acot if not gaffe
The knobs are roughly effective against the toggle by MRIT have to be a little better quality because it will tend to jump into the time
The worst comes from the strap lock point of origin, so small and rounded that I not give a 1 min 30 acts to get the guitar on the feet (and his weight has been going to waltz), O Dunlop Strap Lock BLI-GE-! (Schaller and are not adapted to see that there is one on the back of the guitar, is likely to take the pin in the belt and the dcrocher, uncomfortable, ...).

SOUNDS

Then! Welcome to the world of guitars that dchirent fat!
Sound russi be both fat and prcis.

On the bridge pickup (500T)
Dj output level is not comparable to the best Dimarzio or Duncan, it is the realm of distortion, distortion of the same big, it&#39;s full of low fat while remaining pchu prcis and versatile, a really good micro trs trs. But it also excels in clean (something I recement Discoveries enough) or it is both trs round, soft and trs prcis basically there is no fear of Duncan Jazz neck my old Schecter C1 Classic, I really

On the neck pickup (496R)
against this by the microphone is not super Polivalente and I think it will not please everyone, even me, took me a while before I shall decide to keep it because in the end n &#39; ininterressant is not far from l. If broadly it is close to his companion (low fat, powerful), it is colder, much colder and much less prcis, we come quickly to trs cruncher lamp with an amp and it a, not a hot mlodieux crunch, but a crunch cold fat (radiohead?).
In fact with a little more perspective, I prfre largely 500T for clean sounds (not a peak), and I use the 496 as rarementpour grasseillants of crunches.

So in the end it was a guitar that is not what one might call polivalente really is a guitar for rock and metal, it excels
By changing the mic for a neck Paf is rcupererait Polivalente this, but for me it will remain as I was in my Les Paul Classic Di Marzio for Polivalente

Small edit of the bundles derrire:
I just switch to the Di Marzio (Tone Zone and Air Norton) and it&#39;s just EnnOOOoooooOOOrrrrmmeeeuuhhhh !!!!!!!!!!
Grain belt of good tone associated to the mast to explore it in fact a machine montrueuse Riffs is a rgal for gaming agreements with a big fat distortion. Are drilled with the least 500T, but ultimately I think it&#39;s more balance.
For the Air Norton, no need to say that it is night and day compared to 496, it&#39;s clean, warm and trs equilibrated the 496 or more silent nazillard and drooling, an r gal in the sentence as clean distortion.

OVERALL OPINION

Rock guitar by exclence in original configuration, trs can quickly turn into a diva of jazz and blues with good microphones.
I love the shape, quality finish, comfort, sound, everything
This is a scratch or you love it, not put in any hands, tiring for the petite framed (KHII), with a true grain, but a real personality exclle in its field, the big rock .
Report quality price level is one of Gibson&#39;s cheaper, but it&#39;s a real Gibson, it is easily found between 1100 and 1300 after finishing, and frankly I have not seen beacoup from scratch in this range price can take the comparison.
My guitar prfre simply but well have to carry around in the fly (1m20 long the beast), and it is not always forcment empty.
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