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Very very nice in all respects!
I recall over the last couple of years photos from NAMM showed pictures of companies rehashing this stuff in a big way, as though it was something...
What exactly is different about this that hasn't been done before a million times since the 80's that makes it so unconventional?
The Trainwreck was surprisingly the least favorite of all of them. Also liked his sound better before this rig.
I would paint his house for a rig like this. 2 coats!
This. It is simple, and all too obvious.
I like it a lot!
I've never heard this term before, "pump and dump".
I like JG. You couldn't have called it more wrong.
Threads like this will hurt your investment of said guitars.
Collectors/investors do have an interest in keeping values up. There are many ways to do this here, and not in the dealer section.
The dealer section maybe?
Does this guy sell these guitars?
Michael Stevens :bow
Sounds incredible to me. Who's in line for building such a monster?
I'm curious as well, and can it be quantified via blind testing?
I wouldn't exactly call this vintage. It looks pretty Frankenstein hodgepodge really, especially with that Floyd bar.
I don't get this 1x12 thing.
This is my take on Ratt as well. Thanks for this.
Does anyone think the word Retro is just way overused? How many people or companies can jump on this bandwagon?
TGP rules are you can't start a thread about yourself or your company on the Small Builders Forum, but you can do this on the Builders & Retailers...