2021 Lebreton Modele Evolution 2021 Lebreton Modele Evolution Lebreton Powerful Selmer copy handmade in France. Features solid Indian rosewood and a balanced, yet punchy tone! Arts & Entertainment lebreton-model-2-evolution-4 Modele 2 Evolution View Offer DjangoBooks.com
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2021 Lebreton Modele Evolution

2021 Lebreton Modele Evolution
This meticulously constructed Selmer copy was built by Jean-Noel Lebreton in Avrille, France. It is both visually and tonally a very traditional Selmer guitar, with a vintage 1930s look and the sound to back it up. However, "under the hood," this instrument features Jean-Noel's unique, modern bracing system that borrows concepts from contemporary classical guitar design. The result is the perfect blend of Old World Charm with modern balance and sophistication.

Amenities include solid Indian rosewood back and sides, spruce top, Gallato tuners, HSC tailpiece, and a walnut neck with a Busato style spline (it actually has twin ebony neck splines, a unique Lebreton feature).

Sonically this instrument is nothing short of astounding! It posses every element required of an exquisite sounding Selmer copy: dry tone, rounded highs, warm mids, tight bass, and lots of volume. The balance of this instrument is near perfect, making it very forgiving and easy to record or amplify. Also, it is nearly free of overtone ringing of any kind, a problem that is the downfall of so many lesser guitars. Most importantly, it has that ineffable "Selmer tone" that makes anything you play on it sound instantly like Django. While checking all the boxes for traditional tone and projection, this instrument simultaneously has the balance and roundness of more modern guitars making it very versatile and exceptionally musical. If you're looking for warmth and roundness of tone than this instrument is for you. Lebreton excels at producing instruments which are free of the brash, overly bright qualities found in many other traditional Selmer copies. Instead, his guitars produce deep, rich mids; a full, but clear bass; and rounded highs that have enough oomph for leads without being harsh.

Playability is excellent, with comfortable 2.8mm action putting it in the range preferred by most players.

This is a guitar worth buying first and asking questions later, as workmanship and sound quality of this caliber is rarely found at this price. Here's a chance to own something really special without breaking the bank.

This is the CASH price...add 3% if you'd like to pay with a credit card. Add 4% for international credit card orders.

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