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    Framus Panthera Supreme Test

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    Mario Seifarth

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    Die Framus Panthera Supreme wurde über den Hughes & Kettner GrandMeister 36 mit Cabinet TM 212 gespielt und mit einem Shure SM 57 aufgenommen. present by:

    Ausführliches Review bei MusikmesseTV:


    - Set neck
    - Available as right-handed or left-handed*
    - Mahogany body with AAA Flamed Maple top, carved
    - Mahogany neck
    - Tigerstripe Ebony fingerboard
    - Framus oval inlays
    - Scale length: 24,75" (628 mm)
    - Nut width: 43mm
    - 22 medium standard frets
    - Plek Technology is used for Guitar Set Up
    - Original Seymour Duncan pickups: SH-1 '59 model (neck), SH-14 Custom 5 (bridge)
    - 3-way toggle switch
    - 1 x volume control
    - 1 x Push/pull tone control for humbucker splitting
    - Finish: high polish top with natural satin back & neck or high polish top with natural high polish back & neck
    - Framus locking machine heads
    - TonePros tune-o-matic bridge
    - Warwick security locks
    - Chrome hardware
    - Graphtech Black Tusq low friction nut
    - Weight**: 3,5 kg
    - Strings: Framus .010" - .046"
    - Including Framus "User Kit"
    - Comes with RockCase® flight case

    Framus Panthera Supreme mit GrandMeister36 über RedBox im Classic Mode aufgenommen.
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    Gitarre & Bass Testbericht:
    Framus Panthera Supreme: [8/2010]

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