Westfield E7000 Reviews
Only been playing about 4 months and currently own a korean Epiphone les paul special, a signature series sg and a strat replica i built from parts, i picked this westfield e7000 up for peanuts the other day, mine is the sunburst colour and looks brand newash
Got this off a bloke i know for next to nothing, i saw it and couldn"t resist it, it looks stunning.
Theres not a lot to dislike about this guitar, its modeled on a gibson 335, semi acoustic and just screams jazz but sounds fine playing other forms of music although i use the strat and les paul for rock, the sunburst finish looks awesome and its topped off with all gold coloured hardware,i should imagine that the gold colour will start wearing off in the not to distance future,the set neck is the icing on the cake.
The humbuckers produce a very nice sound although im not keen when played with distortion, thats what my other guitars are for so no big deal really
This is where westfield really need to get their act together, the tuners are poor but i"ve noticed crap tuners on all westfield guitars, i had the e4000 (les paul)and they were the same on that as well, i"ll be changing the tuners in the next month or so for a set of grover or wilkinson tuners (depends on the financies)
Also there doesn"t seem to be any plates to access the electrics, it looks like you would have to go through the f holes which would mean taking it to a guitar tech.
3 way switch feels a little flimsy and doesn"t feel like it will last, cheap enough fix though.
construction and quality look spot on, i cant find any faults anywhere apart from the tuners and switch but these are hardware, the guitar itself looks solid, only time will tell.
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