Peavey CLARKSDALE

Acoustic 6-String Guitar

Made by Peavey

Description Excellent Condition!!
Posted By Artimus Takes (9)
Directory Equipment: Guitars
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Overall Rating: 4.3 (of 5)
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On 7/20/2014, Mark Brown (5) posted:
Overall Rating:
I would rate it as very good and a half.
Features:
Only thing don't like is the usual tone on the high E string. Otherwise, I love the sound of this box. Like was already mentioned, does not require tuning as often as some others I own. I have had this for several year. Lover appearance. The harmonics resonate quite well.
Playability:
This guitar seems a little harder to fret than some others.
Sound Quality:
'Nuff said
Durability:
This guy has been all over California, dropped, bumped, high humidity and low humidity, high elevation and low elevation. Only humidity and elevation seem to require minor tuning.
On 8/9/2001, Ian Loft (3442) posted:
Overall Rating:
I am continually looking and trying out other guitars, I have no desire to get anything else of this type.
Model Year: 1999
Price: $490.00 $aud (new)
Where Obtained: Australia
Features:
Natural finish woodgrain. The neck is secured with four screws - this was unusual but I found no problems I bought the guitar without any pickups and started using a Seymore Duncan woodblock before having a Paratek Equaliser fitted for a stronger more permenant system. i was happy with the final result
Playability:
Preferred action is set as low as possible without getting annoying fret buzz during more agressive playing. This works fine using D'Addio Custom Light strings.
Sound Quality:
Acoustically great. For acoustic lead work the only problem is the additional strength required for good bends, I found this to slow me down a bit, to get around the problem, I start the bends one fret above where I would normally use on an electric.
Durability:
Only one adjustment necessary over nearly three years of hard playing. This was due to a particularly hot and humid summer. The harmonic set-up rivals guitars costing four or five times what I paid for this model. Live playing: about 6hours per week, I rarely need to adjust tuning during a session.
On 11/9/2000, Artimus Takes (9) posted:
Overall Rating:
Fell in love with the sound it produced and the action