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Vintage V100 Electric Guitar Review

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Vintage V100 Electric Guitar Review

This review was submitted by Guitar Jar contributor: Flavia Messinese

My passion for the Les Paul has brought me to wish for the queen of the LP, which is the Gibson but the resources don’t allow me to buy a guitar so expensive.

…aims not to look at the brand, but the quality…

Vintage V100So I did a lot of research for several months, on the web looking for a good reproduction of Gibson LP.

I reviewed a lot of famous brands, but then I came across this unknown brand, Vintage, the reviews were not many, but all positive and the pictures looked really beautiful, so, sight unseen, I decided to buy it (the model is V100).

When the guitar arrived and I played it, I was immediately glad I spent the money (£300.00 approx.) and so were all my friends who advised me to buy a guitar of this brand.

Features:

The guitar (with scale: 24.75″/ 628mm) is very heavy (more than 4 kg), with a solid mahogany body, Flame Maple top and a mahogany neck glued.

The fingerboard is in a beautiful rosewood with neck inlays with pearloid (I think it’s fake) crown.

Finally, all hardware (tuners, bridge, and even pick up) are Wilkinson.

Ease of use:

The guitar is very convenient, its heaviness you immediately have the feeling of being safe and secure and the neck, although it is painted, it is very smooth.

Another feature that makes it a simple and effective guitar is that when you buy it you can play it very well, you do not need to change the pickups or tuners, which keep the tuning perfectly live without all the problems, and bridge is so perfect.

Sound Quality:

You can use this guitar to play any genre you want, because the sound quality is always superb.

The woods and pickups provide very rich bass and mids, and highs are always present.

Reliability:

I put my trust in the Vintage V100, through many challenges, playing swing to heavy metal, from blues to electronics, all on the same night and I’ve always been proud of her.

Overall Rating:

This is a guitar worth trying, with an  exceptional quality / price ratio, construction which rivals many more expensive brands.

A good choice of guitar to buy, which aims not to look at the brand, but the quality.

This review was submitted by Guitar Jar contributor: Flavia Messinese

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