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NGD: Tom Anderson Raven Superbird

Discussion in 'The Small Company Luthiers' started by RocknPop, Aug 30, 2018.

  1. Rafterman

    Rafterman Silver Supporting Member

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    I played one at Golden Age instruments in NJ a few months ago and that store has everything. Jaw dropping comfortable model.
     
  2. ford

    ford Modz Staff Member Gold Supporting Member

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    That is a sexy beast! I love it.
     
  3. beNsteR

    beNsteR Member

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    Very nice! I have a Raven (and another drop top S) on order as well.

    here are my Raven specs:
    Raven Classic Shorty
    Alder Body, Caramel Maple/Rosewood neck
    Ice Blue with matching headstock
    Jumbo frets, 1-11/16 nut, 50's V Large
    PQ1-, PQ1-, PQ2 with vol, tone, 3 cut switches
    cream pickups, mint green pickguard
    vintage trem
     
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  4. MartinC

    MartinC Member

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    What do the cut switches do? I've read a few posts where people have referred to them ... but the TA website doesn't have a reference to something called a cut switch. Are you referring to a coil split switch under a different name?

    Thanks
     
  5. BFC

    BFC Supporting Member

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    Cut switch changes it from series to parallel.
     
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