Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by daveS, Jun 9, 2006.
Here's a little lefty Suhr I ordered recently. Sick guitar.
Makes a right-handed guy want to learn to play left-handed! Congrats.
Congrats on the beautiful Suhr!
Very cool. Looks great in the sun, really made it come out!
My favorite Suhr so far!
That's the only lefty guitar I actually wanna buy!
Love the guitar man.
Beautiful, yet somehow all wrong for me! :BEER
WOW.. that is sweet
Major congrats, that is one incredible looking guitar!
Your trem bar is the wrong color Seriously, that's one of the best looking Suhr's I've ever seen (which is saying alot)!
Damn that is a nice looking guitar! What is the wood underneath the maple top?
I need to order a Suhr with a reverse headstock one of these days
I love your photo skills as well.
It's very nice looking, forsure...but I think you've been bamboozled! They totally put that guitar together backwards.
Very nice! What does it sound like? Warm? Cold? Thick?
Schweet! But it's backwards!
Righteous!! Er, I mean leftous. Very beautiful, and great photo work too.:AOK
Thanks guys. It's a really sweet fiddle indeed.
Although, I thought it was a bit strange that the trem arm is black . . . detracts from the look of the guitar IMHO.
Mark . . it's a basswood body with maple top
Sounds fantastic unplugged. Plugged in it's a little darker with a little less top end than I expected for a basswood body/maple top/maple neck guitar. I would have expected something brighter. I think the Suhr's pickups influence the plugged in tone tremendously. It's a little more midrangey and darker than my alder strat which is very woodsy and organic sounding. Need to either get used to the pickups or swap 'em. It feels and plays like a dream though.
What's the finish called?