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V/XPL/FB Shaped Guitar from Samick .

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  • ericpenotericpenot

    Samick Greg Bennett Flying VPublished on 04/02/14 at 00:13
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Very good gameplay, hose-like Gibson SG. Very nice finish. A great guitar sold 700 euros between 2001 and 2005 in France. Quite rare in France. The Gregg Bennett guitars are among the best in finite Samick, classic but very good quality: improving electronic of rest (! Change potads for spitables better pazr example) and change the pickups for a guitar with violin equal, and for me surpasses that of the last series of flying V Gibson 1000 euros which the violin is often sloppy!.

    Made in Indonesia (marked on the head behind.
    Gibson type bridge
    neck 22 frets

    generally 8/10

    UTILIZATION

    very nice handle type gibson SG
    excellent ergonomics standing, no sitting.
    access to…
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    Very good gameplay, hose-like Gibson SG. Very nice finish. A great guitar sold 700 euros between 2001 and 2005 in France. Quite rare in France. The Gregg Bennett guitars are among the best in finite Samick, classic but very good quality: improving electronic of rest (! Change potads for spitables better pazr example) and change the pickups for a guitar with violin equal, and for me surpasses that of the last series of flying V Gibson 1000 euros which the violin is often sloppy!.

    Made in Indonesia (marked on the head behind.
    Gibson type bridge
    neck 22 frets

    generally 8/10

    UTILIZATION

    very nice handle type gibson SG
    excellent ergonomics standing, no sitting.
    access to acute; very good thanks to the set neck
    its correct original but a change in the micro value: for my part; I put a mini humbucker in the neck GFS: a BF stick style Danelectro in central and ARTEC Entwitke X3 bridge: excellent sound: for electronics: a 3 position toggle and a button in phase / out of phase with 2 volumes a single tone ... the X3 is spitable the tone. Copper shield again.
    use 9/10

    SOUNDS

    great for blues, rock, pop, even jazz, jazz rock Fairl with new pickups.
    Its perfect blues rock on a Laney 30 wa combo lamps.

    micro Origin: 7/10 but I am very picky. The Seymour Duncan Design pickups are good small midrange! !

    OVERALL OPINION

    Use since 2011: no problem.
    Easy Settings (I hate pink floyd!)
    I have 19 guitars, 12 electric (Fender Gibson, G Bennett, Jackson, Ibanez, Hamer, Yamaha ..), 2 G Bennett (a Avion AV1 also excellent).
    is in the top 3 with the most strat and my 0988 Gibson ES 335.

    most: the shape violin ....
    least: the pickups but I am a fanatic change pickups! very good mics on a guitar like this and you are very close to good guitars Fender or Gibson.
    For Dimarzio pickups I suggest ToneZone, Kent Armstrong, Bill lawrence of 500 L
    or in a less expensive but excellent quality category: the Artec Giovani CG1 or 2, GFS 'mini humcher the lil killer in central esont excellent) of Entwitle: X3, Farstar or Nemesis ....
    bine have fun

    Overall: 8/10
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