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Hey...I guess someone must be buying them if they're making them. I can appreciate the hours of time it takes to make something that looks like it's been dragged behind a deadhead's Volkswagon Bus since 1968, but jeez...the prices. And that example is mild compared to some others I've seen. Oh...
$5250 for a guitar that looks like it sat in the Loch Ness Monsters bowels for 20 years, was recently shat out and found its way to shore.... :huh
I got my custom order Anderson drop top about 5 months ago and I knew within 5 minutes of playing it that I'd likely be buried with that guitar. They build fantastic instruments and I"m very happy with mine.
These Rasmus versions are arriving in stores now and selling for $1399. Me likey.....
Amazing guitars. I had a Pro Series since 2007 and loved it. I sold it recently to pay off the Anderson I had made for me but I plan to order a Suhr Standard next year sometime. Frankly, I don't get the people that say they are 'sterile' or 'too precise' but to each his own I guess.
I picked up my Anderson Drop Top today and it's amazing. They got it built for me about 2 months ahead of schedule and were just phenomenal to deal with throughout the process. Tom answered every dumb question I had personally. It plays even better than it looks too.
Basswood with Quilt Maple...
I just placed an order for a Tom Anderson Drop Top and it'll be here in July :) VERY excited because after 20+ years of playing I'm finally getting something built exactly how I want it. Drop Top Classic, basswood w/ quilt maple in Transparent Blue, maple neck(standard profile), H2+/SF/H1...
I put a Callaham on a mexican made Stratocaster(Texas Strat I think) and it made a big difference in the sustain and added some clarity to the tone of the guitar. I don't own a Strat now but the next one I get I'll put a Callaham on it.