Samick Special Edition Silvertone

Electric 6-String Guitar

Made by Samick

Description A 22 fret guitar, volume,tone,5way pickup selecter a mumbucker in the bridge and 2 parellel single coil pickups in the neck and center positionthe imput jack sits in an ocward position facing up. its black with a white pickguard.
Posted By Steve Johnson (8)
Directory Equipment: Guitars
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Overall Rating: 4.0 (of 5)
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On 11/12/2005, Steve Johnson (8) posted:
Overall Rating:
I looked at every guitar im verry verry pickey. This guitar chose me i would like to say because its action is amazing, and the tone is good. i would most definetly by it again that is if i could ever fing it lol. The single coils cold get upgraded. I like the playability the most but the worst apect is the imput jack because its set at an unusual upward position but it works nicely for putting the cable behind the strap for playing live
Price: $0.00
Where Obtained: second hand store
Features:
I dont know where it was made its maple 22 frets, 6 string, volume tone, 5 way pickup selector s/s/h.
Playability:
The action is the best...if you take off any 3 strings the rest of the strings will buzz because its set so low. the neck plays verry smoth better than my B.C. Rich barley any flaws. but dont go out and buy a silverstone by samick at a store this model is verry rare i have searched every where on the net and cannot find the same one, and the cheap ones at the store just plain out suck, I tried one.
Sound Quality:
I use a line 6 effecs pedal plugged straight into a PA i usually play classic rock from acdc to zz top and some metal and it works exeptionally with metal because of the sustain you can get from it. It has an all around sound the fromt single coil pickups work nicely with the 60s 70s rock sound and the humbucker works great with metal delivering a heavy full sound. This guitar makes no ecessive noise exept when im in front of the computer, not too sure why, but every where else its fine. I would play this thing anywhere stage or studio.
Durability:
I dont beat my guitars so every thing works all the time right on que. Playing live is no problem, but if their is a dramatic weather change the g string goes a little sharp or flat.