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Black Knight Guitar reviewed in latest Performing Musician
The Black Knight CP-200F has just received an excellent review in the March 2009 edition of Performing Musician magazine.
A combination of "good looks, playability, performance and value" impressed reviewer Roger Cooper. Sound wise the CP-200F has an "abundance of muscular authority," with a good amount of "acoustic resonance and sustain" In terms of style, the guitar is completed in three sections of mahogany with broad beveled edges, and a flamed maple top, giving it an "upfront attitude".
Black Knight guitars have been featured across a range of publications, establishing themselves as no nonsense guitars, which provide advanced features at a unique price point for the UK market. Guitar Buyer magazine described the Black Knight CP-52F as "too good to miss," while Guitar & Bass commented that the CB-42M Bass Guitar "sounds...expensive...the neck pickup is fat and earthy and the bridge pickup is funky and gurgly."Posted on 27 Feb 2009 10:26 to category : Instruments News
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