|Model Number||Modele 3|
|Fret Neck||14 Fret|
|Nut Width||1 3/4"|
|Body Depth||3 7/8"|
|Back and Sides||Brazilian Rosewood (Solid)|
|Neck||Walnut with Twin Ebony Splines|
|Tuners||Schaller Classic Deluxe Gold with Ebony Buttons|
Pros: As Michael wrote in his review, the value is unmatched in this price range.
Cons: There's quite a gap beetween the top of the bidge and the guitar's top. It can be confusing according to the player. I don't usually like this kind of set-up but I feel perfectly fine on the Lebreton
To me, whenever you're playing a Lebreton you'll be the only one responsible for any bad playing! I think it's my favorite luthier alive, in the top 3 for sure. - Quality of the making is five star by far. Building concept, finish, design... everything is top quality - Playablity is comfy as can be - They feel ALIVE and have a sound signature - They usually have a very strong projection - Hand made in France by an independant luthier As gypsy guitars are concerned you can't find a better quality. From this point it will be a matter of taste. The general sound is rather medium high (with a "drop" on low-mids) and nice bass. There are other luthiers making great instruments but I think that not so many can match this craftmanship : the overall result is optimized and mastered on every point. And at that price... Definitely worth trying anyway!
Submitted by: Mitch on 05/26/2016 02:52:25 PM