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O'scannell Michaël MALEAPPA Signature MM-1
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  • Mad_MikeMad_Mike

    O'scannell Michaël MALEAPPA Signature MM-1Published on 12/05/05 at 16:32
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - Manufacture of Franaise luthier O'scannel: construction monitoring all stages
    - Form King V Custom Mahogany
    - Channel freight conductor 24 al 2 EMG 81
    - Bridge Shaller, mechanical Gotoh. Black hardware
    - 2 volume, 1 Tone pickup selector
    - Black finish Happen / Tribal Baphomet
    ... In short, a true war machine with good mcanique. This is a guitar with which it would be inappropriate to play classical music.

    UTILIZATION

    - The U-neck is a bit wide but it did. Even if a little tired After a few hours of play
    - No problem to access to acute, the heel profile is specially to play up the box 24me. The boxes are also large, which is IDAL for solo play.
    - The game is sitt…
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    - Manufacture of Franaise luthier O'scannel: construction monitoring all stages
    - Form King V Custom Mahogany
    - Channel freight conductor 24 al 2 EMG 81
    - Bridge Shaller, mechanical Gotoh. Black hardware
    - 2 volume, 1 Tone pickup selector
    - Black finish Happen / Tribal Baphomet
    ... In short, a true war machine with good mcanique. This is a guitar with which it would be inappropriate to play classical music.

    UTILIZATION

    - The U-neck is a bit wide but it did. Even if a little tired After a few hours of play
    - No problem to access to acute, the heel profile is specially to play up the box 24me. The boxes are also large, which is IDAL for solo play.
    - The game is sitting, like all the guitars in V, not very practical. And standing, we feel its weight on the shoulder.
    - In terms of sound, it's big sound. As the aesthetics of the guitar suggre is to play metal. It is after all trs versatile, you get to easily find the sound.

    SOUNDS

    - It idalie Obviously the guitar to play metal.
    - I use Marshall amps VS 100R, 5-band equalizer CARLSBRO 85R and banditti PEAVEY 112 with a BOSS GT-6, a whammy of distortion pedals and two Marshall Shred Master and NYC OD3
    - In consquence, I will not m'taler the sound. With EMG 81, was not in lace: high output, standard and sustain momentum at the top. His impeccable!
    - It happens to have a wide range of sounds. on the other hand in the clear, a lack of heat but it is everything caught up with the GT6.
    - What I prfre? The well of metal derrire the bundles, although pchu .. What all good

    OVERALL OPINION

    - I use it for 2 years.
    - When I play with this guitar I feel rveiller all hell ..
    - The least of this guitar is the weight and width of the handle. But still a dtail. A work force there parat more.
    - I have 8 guitars and there's no photo, it is my prfre the all Washburn Dime 333 with which is more comfortable to play (sleeve slim). I mainly playing with these two the adpend on my mood.
    - Price: 2364 for this wonder. Pleasure has no price. It should be remembered that this was a work of luthier that has taken months couraging. Everything is carefully done. Any dtail is working.
    - In the end, I put a 9 / 10 for the little less.
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