Larry Carlton S7FM TBL 2nd Gen

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Guitarra eléctrica

  • Estilo Stratocaster
  • Cuerpo de aliso
  • Tapa de arce flameado
  • Mástil de arce 'tostado'
  • Diapasón de arce 'tostado'
  • Montaje del mástil: Atornillado (bolt-on)
  • Incrustaciones de puntos de abulón
  • 22 trastes Medium Jumbo
  • Cejilla de hueso
  • Anchura de cejilla de 42 mm (1,65")
  • Escala de 648 mm (25,5")
  • Radio del diapasón de 241 mm (9,5")
  • Golpeador perlado marfil
  • Pastilla S7 humbucker Zebra (puente)
  • Pastilla S7 de bobina simple (intermedia)
  • Pastilla S7 de bobina simple (mástil)
  • Control de volumen
  • Control de tono ('push/pull' para división de bobina)
  • Interruptor de 5 posiciones
  • Trémolo S7 de 2 postes (bloque de acero y selleta inoxidable)
  • Acabado de los herrajes: Cromo
  • Clavijas de afinación Sire Premium con bloqueo
  • Color: Transluscent Blue
Disponible desde Septiembre 2020
número de artículo 487429
Precio por 1 Unidad(es)
Color Azul
Cuerpo Aliso
Pala Arce
Mástil Arce
Trastes 22
Escala 648 mm
Configuración de pastillas HSS
Trémolo Modern
incl. Funda No
Incluye maleta No
555 €
Sin gastos de envío e incluyendo IVA.
Disponible dentro de 6-8 semanas
Disponible dentro de 6-8 semanas

El artículo estará pronto disponible en almacén, y entonces sera enviado inmediatamente.

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41 Reseñas

Calidad a bajo precio.
Rulo Herrera 25.05.2021
Quería una guitarra que brindara versatilidad a mi banda. Empece a investigar acerca de guitarras con una configuración HSS y a este rango de precio tus opciones son Yamaha Pacifica o Fender Player. Al observar las cualidades de estos rivales, no se tienen las prestaciones que este producto ofrece: Maple rostizado, diapasón curveado, locking tuners. No se si el valor de compra permanezca a través del tiempo pero no planeo deshacerme de este producto.
Calidad de materiales de construcción.
Brazo muy cómodo de tocar y veloz.
Ajuste de fabrica relativamente correcto.
Las pastillas pueden llegar a ser muy brillantes, depende de los gustos del usuario.
El potenciómetro de volumen no responde a los cambios de la manera esperada, esto brinda menos versatilidad.
En resumen, a este rango de precio no tiene rival en cuanto a calidad de los materiales, sonido y fiabilidad.
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Super Guitarra!
Chris De Juan 11.04.2022
Estoy muy sorprendido por la calidad de este instrumento por el precio... fue literalmente sacarla de la caja y ya se siente super bien, los trastes y la entonación perfecta, se mantiene afinada usando el tremolo, la electronica funciona perfecto, el mástil se siente super comodo, tiene un aspecto impecable... en general se siente como una guitarra de alta gama! La verdad contentísimo con mi compra... tan contento que ya me he pedido la Sire H7! Aunque las pastillas están super bien, quizás esto sea lo único que le cambiaré en un futuro cercano, cambiandolas por unas pastillas de alta gama tipo original de Fender o Suhr o incluso unas DIliberto, que es una marca Argentina que fabrica muy buenas pastillas! Totalmente recomendable!
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Massive Bang For Buck
Cathal N 22.10.2020
Very happy with this guitar. I think it will appreciate in value now the cat is well and truly out of the bag (pandemic notwithstanding). Time will tell if there are problems with the countersunk jack, how the tremolo holds up etc. but I'm struggling to find any flaws. I wasn't sure I'd like the feel of a lacquered maple neck but I love it. The pickups are good, tremolo much better than I expected, rounded frets and intonation are great too. You can really wail on it. Tuning heads are good. I had no set-up work to do when I got it (unlike every fender guitar I've bought) which was a nice change. It's been a dream to play and sounds fantastic with my rig (Essentials being an Orange Amp, JHS Spring Reverb and GE-7 EQ pedal), I'll be using it to record. There is great tonal variety. It makes me play differently which is probably what I love most about it. I've gigged with a telecaster or Les Paul for 15 years solid and feel I now have a very versatile gigging guitar in the S7 that offers enough tonal variety with the HSS configuration (I wanted something to straddle the single coil (more towards the strat end of the spectrum than the tele) and humbucker worlds and it certainly does that. The best compliment I can give the S7 is that it will now be the guitar I take to gigs. Whether it proves to endure as a workhorse like the tele, time will tell! Early days but worth a punt for current price for sure.

Just a plug: Will be using it to record next Jeykll & Jeykll EP if anyone is interested in hearing it in a studio mix.
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Without any doubt the best guitar under 1000 EUR/US$/GBP
Harry71 04.03.2024
This great instrument inspired me to write a review for the first time in my life, because I feel that this really needs to be heard by as many guitar players as possible.

I have a large collection of electric and acoustic guitars, including the Schecter Nick Johnston model, but this guitar simply surpasses all the models I know so far in this and slightly higher price range. After watching countless videos on YouTube, after detailed analysis of prices, quality, materials, sound and content, I decided to take a shot and buy a Larry Carlton S7FM TBL 2nd Gen guitar and obviously made the best move in my life.

What is it that makes this guitar such a good instrument? The answer is quite simple:
1) Perfect neck, neither too thick nor too narrow – you know those situations: you get a D-shaped guitar and it's too narrow; then you buy a C-shape and realize that it feels like semi-hollow jazz guitar to you; then you start experimenting with the U-shape, but you are unpleasantly surprised when it's too bulky in your hands. The neck of this guitar is so captivating "at first impression" that you simply cannot stop thinking about it and you become a real "addict" to it. It's a perfect combination of classic and/or vintage style/feel with the shredding possibilities, which makes it unique on the market.
2) Brilliant pickups in all 5 positions. Again, you know the story: humbuckers are great, but single coils are bad. Or you start splitting the humbucker and suddenly you have twice the quieter sound. This guitar has none of that. Everything works perfectly, and the pickups can comfortably compete with the most popular Seymour Duncan, DiMarzio, Fender or any other brand - and they will still win! It's fascinating how Sir Larry Carlton succeeded to such an extent with these pickups because they have medium output which, however, "eat for breakfast" practically all three or four times more expensive and hotter pickups without any problem.
3) Push-push function for coil splitting: unlike the push-pull function, this is a real boon and a huge relief. It has probably happened to you that during a gig you quickly want to split humbucker, but the pull function gets stuck or is difficult to perform sometimes with sweaty or sticky fingers. There is none of that here and push-push has proven to be the real deal.
4) Beautiful appearance, something similar like buying a car: you want a car with good performance, but you also want that car to look nice, that is, the way you like it. From the roasted neck with lacquered fingerboard to the flame maple top, front and back the guitar looks like the most beautiful guitar you'll ever own. It is clear that attention was paid to the smallest details when building this guitar.
5) Excellent weight: the guitar is just so heavy that you feel that its wood literally sings because of it, and on the other hand, it is not so heavy that your shoulder falls off during long gigs.

Without further ado, since I've been playing guitar for 44 years now, no instrument in my life has ever impressed and pleasantly surprised me like this one. Until now, I have owned guitars worth from hundreds to several thousand euros, I had two guitars with my name and signature as custom handmade (Stratocaster & Les Paul), but in my case this is the best thing I have ever seen, held in my hands or played - and I'm sure I won't be the only one, hence every customer after buying this guitar will say at least something similar to me. If you are a "Strat type", you will literally dream of this guitar and never want to be apart from it. :-) Personally, I'm sure I could sell any other guitar and part with it, but not this one!

As soon as it is back in stock at Thomann, I am buying a Larry Carlton Sire T7 and I know in advance that it will be a great purchase. There is no end to my happiness even now, because I have never spent money on a better instrument in my life, that is, I have never been happier when I spent money.

Thanks to Sir Larry Carlton and of course thanks to Thomann for delivering the perfect instrument!
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