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mollotof's review - DeArmond M-75 T

Made in Korea by Cort. Very good violin (better than my Gretsch Electromatic 5120). GREAT pickups: From the twang of sounds very clear and incisive in full.
In addition to the glitter is super Rock n 'Roll. Mine was "champagne sparkle" (superb!) But it also exists in gold sparkle, blue sparkle, black and sunburst.

UTILIZATION

It's a guitar lumberjack: AC weighs a donkey death (within 5 pounds) and the handle is closer to the bat Base-Ball that handles guitars shreddeurs (AC is great, not a Chuis shreddeur). Frets quite large.
The weight obviously plays on the sound of the beast: a lot of sustain despite the bigsby.

SOUNDS

As I said above, in twanggy sounds very clear and incisive in full. Hyper Rock n Roll !!!!!!!!!!
pouurez you get an idea of ​​the sound that these pickups give this:
http://fr.youtube.com/watch?v=YWjwiScBoMc

okay, it's a '57 Gretsch and it's fingers Setz, but it gives a good idea .....

OVERALL OPINION

I kept one and a half and I have exchanged (a Gretsch Electromatic Orange cons which I dreamed for years) and I regret it a bit. Too heavy and too big race for me but damn, what's !!!!!!!!!!!!!
I saw on stage A with Dominique. He kept his old Gretsch Double Jet red guitar backup. It gives you an idea of ​​the quality of this guitar?
For cons, I have already said, but "must recognize that it is rather a guitar man" (;-)))