Austin D2H 1000869

Electric 6-String Guitar

Made by Austin

Description It is red and has a large white spot in the middle and is brand new. Got it in January of 2003
Posted By Gretchen Drozd (9)
Directory Equipment: Guitars
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Overall Rating: 5.0 (of 5)
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On 5/1/2003, Gretchen Drozd (9) posted:
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The other guitars I looked at were some Epiphones and some Ibanez ones. I chose this one because it played well and it was better looking also. I would buy this guitar if I lost it or if it was stolen because it is very nice and reliable. This guitar could not possibly get any better than it is now! My favorite aspect of the guitar is the colour and the frets. There really is no bad aspect on this guitar, it is perfect! What I would suggest for people about this guitar is that it is very reliable and dependable, and they should buy one and see what they were missing out on!
Price: $120.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Kashimir Music
The body and neck materials were made from what appears to be maple wood. It has 21 frets and six strings. It has two tone and one volume switches. It's a very beautiful guitar and even though it is cheap, it's very good to play whether beginner or advanced.
I think this is the best guitar I have ever had. It has no flaws, and it is alot better than my Fender Squire that I used to have.
Sound Quality:
I have an Ibanez amp and I use boost, gain, bass, middle, treble, and master. The musical styles I play are more of the heavy metal/metal type. The sound is very full and warm. It's not very noisy, except since it is kind of cheap and kind of reverberates the sound a little bit. The amp would not be able to be used for recording artists or on a stage because it simply is not powerful enough.
My guitar is reliable enough for live playing and I only have to tune every 4 or 5 days. Everything is brand new, so nothing is falling apart, which is great. When the climate changes, it doesn't go out of tune too bad, except in some rare circumstances.