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Guitares électro acoustiques EPIPHONE CABALLERO 1964 50TH ANNIVERSARY ACAJOU Folk électro
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- Cette guitare a un Shadow Performer préamplificateur avec pilule Nanoflex e et tuner intégré actualisé.
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Voici la Caballero, l'une des formes les plus anciennes et classiques de la célèbre marque Epiphone; désormais avec un système de préampli Shadow.L'Epiphone Caballero était l'une des premières guitares acoustiques moderne conçue par la nouvelle maison Epiphone à Kalamazoo, Michigan, à la fin des années 50 lorsque la marque rejoignit le groupe Gibson. Elle fut produite pendant près de 10 ans et plus encore sous le nom de FT-130, la Caballero de 1964 a longtemps été l'un des modèles préférés des guitaristes.Désormais célébré avec cette série limitée, le petit corps mais puissant de la Caballero se voit améliorer par un système de préampli Shadow ePerformer NanoFlex à basse impédance, pour l'enregistrement et la scène.Corps en acajou sélectionnéManche acajouProfil de manche 1960s SlimTaperDiapason 24.75?Touche palissandreRadius 12?Frettes 20 mediumChevalet palissandre Largeur au sillet 1.68? (42,67mm)Micro Shadow NanoFlex basse impédanceElectronique Shadow ePerformer Preamp SystemeContrôles :Master VolumeBassesaiguesDynamiquePhaseaccordeuralimenté par 2 pile #2032 Lithium (3V) Accastillage NickelMécaniques Wilkinson Deluxe-style, Ratio 14:1
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I just got # 3 of these great little guitars for my Professional musician friend Chere' Pepper who likes it due to the smaller than a dreadnaught body. These are great little guitars, Chere' says it's loud and really puts out the sound. Check our Chere on YouTube.
I picked up another one of these for my 20 yr old niece, she loves it. It was shipped quickly with no issues. I still may get another to have in reserve.
First review: This guitar has got me playing again after my son and brother passed away a few years ago, we played together all the time but I lost interest after their deaths. I have 3 other acoustic guitars now, Washburn, Alvarez I've had for 20 years and the Dreadnought Epiphone I purchased last month. I also have 9 electric guitars and a Bass.
I just replaced the strings on all of them with GHS and Martin strings, played them side by side with this one. Out of the 4 this one sounds the best, with the other Epiphone coming in at a close second.
To get myself back to playing, I have for the past 6 weekends been attending Guitar workshops at Elderly Instruments in Lansing. The folks attending have Martin, Taylor and Takamine guitars and 1 vintage Gibson. I feel this guitar is constructed as well (not so much in the fret area) and sounds very close to sound quality as those high end acoustics for a lot less $$.
The electronics on this are top notch, the tuner design, and electronic features are laid out perfect, the display is just the best. I can't say enough great things about this guitar. I just bought a very nice $104 Guardian case for it, that's how much I appreciate it. The finish and quality can't be beat. Usually the cut frets have a little edge to them if they're not dressed so good from the factory, there's only 2 or 3 with that issue, but it's very slight. As soon as the workshops are done I'm going to spend a little extra $$ to get a "tune up/set up" if you will from Elderly's technicians in the basement, it will definitely be worth the $$. This is a great little guitar with a double-O body I believe, it's very comfortable, unlike the Dreadnought style bodies I have it's a great fit and feels nice in your hands and easy to get your arms around. I also read where they only made a limited number of these due to it being a tribute to the original. I'm seriously thinking of getting another just to have as a special gift for someone in the future.
Bottom Line: I just love playing this guitar. I will most likely in the next year spend a lot more $$ on a higher end Martin or other true quality brand guitar, but for now I am very very happy.
PS: Since I live here in Michigan and support local businesses I have mostly used GHS strings (in Battle Creek). I used GHS Vintage Bronze (light) on 2 of these for the first time and as a sound test, they sound Fantastic. When I change strings from the Martin's I put on this one I will break out the extra pack of GHS.
It's a good thing the quality of guitars coming from Mexico and especially Asia is getting better all the time. The Indonesian made Epiphones I've gotten recently have taken my breath away. A couple of months ago I bought the
EL-00 (EE00VSNH1) which patterns itself after Gibson's L series. It cost 299.00 and I couldn't believe the way it played. The intonation was true up and the tone was smoothly balanced across the strings. The highs and minds were rich and the bass percussive. It's a pleasure to finger-pick or flat pick. It shares something with much more expensive guitars; its ease of play makes you play better.
It was all I could do to keep myself from getting a second one.
And then I came across the Caballero. It was so pretty and the EL-00 had taught me to not be afraid of the low 250.00 price.
So I got it.
Everything I said about the EL-00 (EE00VSNH1) holds true for this smaller model. The bass is actually a bit richer and fuller even though the body is smaller though a deeper design. I got the mahogany and it's really lovely.
The EL-00 (EE00VSNH1) has in-sound hole controls which I thought I wouldn't like. But having them there means no chance of accidentally changing volume or tine in the middle of a song by brushing an arm or piece of clothing against the knobs.
And both guitars have strap buttons already installed at each end. I don't know many steel-string players who don't use a strap and I wonder why this isn't standard practice. Non-strap users can simply not use them.
Wonderful guitars. Please help me keep from filling the house with them.
They fit perfectly in those cool Mid-size Phitz gig bags too.
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