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Beryl Studio T Electric Guitar Review

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This review was submitted by Guitar Jar contributor: Billy

It all started at Birmingham guitar show. I was going around playing all the guitars I could.

…Outstanding…

Beryl Studio TMy mum said to me “Why don’t you have a go on a Beryl?”, I said no, at first thinking it would be some cheap rubbish.

I was eventually convinced to have a go, it was the biggest shock off my life. Since playing at that guitar show, I have been hooked on Beryl guitars since. The playability is like no other guitar I have ever played.

The notes sing a certain way making it very appealing to the majority of people that have heard one. I could for definite, see my self playing these guitars for the unforeseeable future.

I am nothing but a fan.

Features:

American alder body, Canadian hard rock maple neck, Beryl diecast machine heads and a lovely indian rosewood fretboard.

Ease of use:

The ease of use could be summed up in one word, ” Outstanding “.

It’s one of few guitar that you can pick up and play all day. I have had no faults with it.

It has been about 10 months since I have had my guitar, and the playability is still like what it was on day one. Outstanding.

Sound Quality:

The sound quality is awesome. The pick-ups are specially voiced for this guitar, making it sing like no other.

The woods also help, they are very high quality making the sound quality truly remarkable.

Reliability:

It has never once let me down, I have used it at every single one of my gigs. I’m really not sure how it does it, I play it hours on end everyday and it has never let me down.

Overall Rating:

It is great, nothing can beat it in its price range, probably nothing £500 more could. The build quality is as solid as a rock.

Truly remarkable, I really don’t know how they did it!!

This review was submitted by Guitar Jar contributor: Billy

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  • I’m endorsed by Beryl and the Studio T is a workhorse that I am proud to own. I gig week in week out and this guitar has never let me down. It is raspy in a really biting but satisfying and unique way on the bridge pickup, and sounds nothing like my Fender Tele.

    I have used it extensively in the studio and it’s a great recording guitar whether rocking rhythm parts out or laying down some lead. Beryl claim to be all about tone, and I must say, they have every right to say that.

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