Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by mystixboi, Apr 18, 2017.
I'm sure it's a great instrument, but it's not really my thing.
100% H-o-t especially in gold. And I love the headstock.
It’s about time they made something for the hipsters.
I’ve played it. You’d never confuse it for a Squier. Modern neck, rrrreally nice rounded edges and stainless frets. Not a squier.
Ha! I can't even remember posting that. It was over a year ago.
No comparison, at all. Blindfold them and let them only hold the necks. You know which is which, instantly.
Hot, if you change the colour to seafoam.
My least favorite finish with my least favorite pickguard color. Pass.
meh. Late to the party, showing up in the same costume others are wearing. I'm sure it's a quality piece, even though it could not be more boring visually.
I'm just curious if you're losing many frequencies with the SSCII system. Some of the hum canceling stuff i've tried sounds a little dull compared to the full on versions.
Everything is great except for the skinny neck. P90s rock and John Suhr knows how to build a high quality product.
Gotta love the typical TGP line of commentary which is all about looks and pretty devoid of playing and sound.
Comments like visually boring, headstock, headstock, headstock, finish pickguard combo etc., seem to confirm it.
More and more here I see that the majority of members are much more interested in looking at guitars, talking about guitars and showing off guitars than they are about actually playing them.
No that would be impossible with this system, only the hum is removed.
You can order it that way or play lefty ;-)
Or i can buy a guitar that i actually like.
Geee my dog dump on your lawn ?
The fact that this guitar is in effect a Fender clone immediately means it was always more about about looks (and sales) than anything else... if it weren't, it would have the confidence in its playability/quality/design to be its own thing.
It's a guitar forum. I do come here to read about and see pictures of guitars. I don't come here to play my guitar.
Not my thing.
No offense intended.