Discussion in 'The Small Company Luthiers' started by Glowing Tubes, Oct 28, 2005.
Anybody play one of his guitars?
if you do a search you'll find a thread that answers your question....
Thanks and, already done, I was just looking for updates or if anybody had any new news.
Of all the Tele bodied style guitars with a different "headstock" I think his looks the best....does that help ;^)
No new news. I'm still loving my Legatto. It is a beautifully made and very well thought out instrument. The switching system is very cool, but I just play it with the strat switching 90% of the time. I had a few upcharges on my order. I went with Lollar mini-hums, a one piece ash body, and a big 1" neck. Vince is happy to customize his guitars to your liking. The only thing I'm thinking of doing is taking a bit of finish off the back of the neck, using the "Scott Peterson method". I believe that Vince offers an oil-finished neck now if that is a concearn. Vince sure knows how to build 'em.
OK... nothing new here, still really enjoying mine, I recommend Vince's work highly.
Which do you have, Jon...?
I have an original design (prior to the current variants w/ dif.. pickup options etc.) Legato, 2-tone sunburst w/ tortoise guard and the 50s neck profile w/ Rosewood board with the 2 mini buckers and DiMarzio Virtual Vintage Tele bridge pickup. It's a great guitar!
They do look very cool, and the switching looks particularly useful. Does yours have the current switching format...?
yes, I like it. I usually use it in Tele mode but the all-3 position is great for chimey rhythm on some tunes. And it really does do Strat 'quack' when you want it in the "S" setting.