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#1 01-05-2019 15:27:47

Lumi71
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Crews LS01 FM 2012

Hi,
selling my Crews LS01FM. High End made in Japan Les Paul.
As you look here you probably know about this…
Just a hair under a Navigator or a Momose…

This one is in excellent condition. Earlier one made by Deviser 2012. All original. Frets like new.
Weight is just a bit under or 4 KG
Really a nice semi gloss Nitro finish, solid flame top. excellent workmanship and sound. For this price you have a hard time to find a better one. Had many vintage and other MIJ Les paul. And this one is among the very best.
Neck profile is a fat 59.
Comes with original semi-hardcase

Ships safe from Germany.
May trade (partly) for a LP Junior or DC Jr

1350€

https://www.zikinf.com/_gfx/annonces/dyn/crews-ls01-fm-2588786.jpg?1556716553
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#2 01-05-2019 16:06:44

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Re: Crews LS01 FM 2012

Very nice. tummenupp
I must admit that, even at this entry level, those KTR are very good guitars.


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#3 01-05-2019 17:18:12

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Re: Crews LS01 FM 2012

Yes, in fact I think it was as good as my former NLP 280 and 380...

Dernière modification par Lumi71 (01-05-2019 17:18:33)

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#4 01-05-2019 19:26:34

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Re: Crews LS01 FM 2012

Lumi71 a écrit:

Yes, in fact I think it was as good as my former NLP 280 and 380...

D’you mean you felt your 280 was on par with your 380?


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#5 01-05-2019 19:30:14

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Re: Crews LS01 FM 2012

Wow, I have a big crush on the top ! Is it just a lemon FM or does it have another name ?

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#6 01-05-2019 20:22:20

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Re: Crews LS01 FM 2012

Le modèle existe en lemon drop, mais celle-ci m’a tout l’air d’une green lemon.


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#7 01-05-2019 22:10:01

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Re: Crews LS01 FM 2012

Rfm a écrit:

Lumi71 a écrit:

Yes, in fact I think it was as good as my former NLP 280 and 380...

D’you mean you felt your 280 was on par with your 380?

No, I meant all this 3 - 280, 380 and the crews are on the same level

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#8 01-05-2019 22:16:38

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Re: Crews LS01 FM 2012

Naabak a écrit:

Wow, I have a big crush on the top ! Is it just a lemon FM or does it have another name ?

It is called "first burst".
It is not so much green as on the photos above,
here is the link to the original page.
the photos in the last rows on the right matches the color better
https://web.archive.org/web/20151106233 … ktr/ls-01/

Dernière modification par Lumi71 (01-05-2019 22:19:01)

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#9 01-05-2019 23:35:40

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Re: Crews LS01 FM 2012

I don't think so :

- N-LP380 is a one piece honduran mahogany body vs african 2 pieces on the KTR
- N-LP380 is a honduran rosewood fingerboard vs indian rosewood on the KTR
- N-LP380 is priced new at 350000+ JpY vs 130000JpY new for the KTR

They are not in the same range...


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#10 02-05-2019 13:05:07

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Re: Crews LS01 FM 2012

But the feeling could be close wink


Pour allumer le feu, laissez tomber Johnny, utilisez plutôt Burny lol

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#11 02-05-2019 13:58:26

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Re: Crews LS01 FM 2012

micky a écrit:

But the feeling could be close wink

Acoustically, I bought some 600€ old guitars as good as 2500€ new Gibson Std. big_smile


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#12 02-05-2019 14:28:02

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Re: Crews LS01 FM 2012

I've just sold most of my expensive guitars, keeping only my mid-range Bacchus and Crews. Are they the same? Arguably not, but they are more than sufficient for my needs.

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#13 02-05-2019 20:41:31

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Re: Crews LS01 FM 2012

micky a écrit:

But the feeling could be close wink

That is what I meant. Of course the specs are not the same as NLP280 and 380, but in terms of feel and sound it is on that level...

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#14 02-05-2019 20:46:32

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Re: Crews LS01 FM 2012

GASpanic a écrit:

I've just sold most of my expensive guitars, keeping only my mid-range Bacchus and Crews. Are they the same? Arguably not, but they are more than sufficient for my needs.

I only had one Bacchus Std. It is a bit ago and I dont remmber excactly...
In terms of build quality they are almost the same, but the crews has the nicer and thinner finish.
I also think the Crews sounds a bit better than my Bacchus did.
The big diffence and advantage are the KTR pickups of the Crews.

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#15 04-05-2019 10:13:29

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Re: Crews LS01 FM 2012

micky a écrit:

But the feeling could be close wink

GASpanic a écrit:

I've just sold most of my expensive guitars, keeping only my mid-range Bacchus and Crews. Are they the same? Arguably not, but they are more than sufficient for my needs.

Je vous suis totalement.
Et je ne doute pas qu'un instrument de cette facture puisse correspondre à mes attentes.
Mais pour autant, si je me base sur ma seule expérience, je ne saurai relativiser au point de ne plus faire de différence (avec une KTR Select FM, notamment).

Les LS que j'ai approchées n'avaient pas de binding over the frets, présentaient un vernis lacquer top, des micros, un accastillage et une construction globalement différente d'une KTR STD ou LTD.
Quant au feeling global, la différence est selon moi bien tangible (à moins de considérer que le feeling d'une Traditional peut être équivalent à celui d'une N-ST, pour un parallèle qui m'est plus coutumier).
J'ai pour ma part été beaucoup plus sensible à la production STD de chez Crews, qui propose des prestations bluffantes à cette échelle de prix.
Même si, on en revient toujours au même, le prix en occasion n'est pas le même que celui d'une LS (difficile d'importer une STD ou une LTD pour moins de 1000 euros)... wink

D'ailleurs, je me demande si je ne vais pas investir dans une LS-01 Cherry Sunburst, en plain top.rollloltummenupp


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