NGD: Musima Deluxe 25k (made in East Germany in 1970s (prog metal video))

Discussion in 'Standard Guitars' started by dualz0r, Jun 23, 2017.

  1. dualz0r

    dualz0r SS.org Regular

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    Hey everyone, a few weeks ago I decided to pick this vintage guitar from the basement to make a video for a guitar contest.

    Specs:
    BODY Plywood
    NECK Beech
    FINGERBOARD Beech (painted as Rosewood), 21frets
    SCALE 628mm (24.75)
    JOINT Bolt-on
    TUNERS: Noname
    BRIDGE Tune-o-matic style with spopbar
    PICKUPS Simeto (singles)

    Well the pickups of this guitar are definetly not for metal music, still i did my best to get a good sound out of them. It's kinda weird to play on a guitar that is older than you :) The playability is strange: the neck is thick and wide, I'm not used to it, but it felt ok, after some time passed.
    Overall i can say that the guitar is ok on clean sound, and i guess is made for it, or to play some rhythms with slight overdrive.
    Anyways, thanks for submitting this thread, check out the video and pics :)



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  2. boozeislove

    boozeislove SS.org Regular

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    Nice one,we have the same caliber of soviet guitars in here too.Not the best player out there,nor the bet sounders too :D
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  3. dualz0r

    dualz0r SS.org Regular

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    Thanks, comrade! your guitar looks better :) what model is this?
     
  4. boozeislove

    boozeislove SS.org Regular

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    Not mine personaly,just a better example overall,tha i found in a local forum.It is a Kremona guitar and rumours go that the magnets for the pickups are from cubboard doors,haha.The beauty of socialist craftsmanship :) They make classical instruments with good quality now though
     

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