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Two musically gifted young cousins, Max the girl with the boy's name and Toni vice versa have been brought up under the tyrannous rule of Aunt Charlotte. Their lives are dramatically transformed when Charlotte gifts them to the charismatic Professor Labat, known as The Maestro.
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Of the two guitars on review here, the Neptune is the cheaper, no doubt due in part to its simpler electronics and the lack of cutaway. When played both seated and standing, the guitar remains comfortable, although it may prove a little bulky for the smaller player.
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The neck fills the hand nicely all the way to the 14th-fret body join, but we find the 43mm 1. Sonically, this guitar does have some of the characteristics you might expect from an all-mahogany instrument such as the prominent midrange and pure, fundamental quality to the note.
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However, when played with a pick, the guitar wakes up and a pleasing growly low end emerges — great for blues. This acoustic timbre translates into a punchy piezo sound when plugged in, and the soundhole-mounted electronics of the active Fishman system, though relatively unsophisticated, do allow for a degree of control over your tone. While this may not be an issue when playing in a band, it is thrown into sharp relief in a solo fingerstyle or singer-songwriter context. The Nexus Venus also looks the part, with a very striking Cognac finish that contrasts very nicely with the dark grain filler beneath.
The colour contrast also serves to pick out the black tuners and equally black NuBone nut and saddle.
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One minor drawback with both guitars is that the finish is so shiny, reflections sometimes make it difficult to see the small side-marker dots. The smaller OM-style body of the Venus makes it a pleasure to hold, but sadly, also serves to compromise the bass response we find in the Neptune.
While the acoustic performance may be somewhat muted when compared to its larger sister, the electronics in the Venus feature a shoulder-mounted Fishman preamp with a built-in tuner, as well tone controls and a phase switch. These additions, and the cutaway, make the Venus a serious contender for a stage performer shopping at this price point. Once again, the narrow nut width aims it more at strummers and flatpickers than fingerstyle players.