Yanuziello photo gallery

Discussion in 'The Small Company Luthiers' started by snarkle, May 10, 2012.


  1. Creepwood

    Creepwood Member

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    Yeah, they’re absolute classics for sure! Would love to see a Parker in the flesh sometime... I generally find myself gravitating more and more towards original, sometimes slightly zany designs in the “small company luthier” world. Haven’t been as excited about guitar as I am about this Yaz in quite a while - will post a ton of pics when it arrives.
     
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  2. uburoibob

    uburoibob Yanuziello Guitar Enthusiast Supporting Member

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    Well, if you are anywhere near Chicago, you're welcome to see my two Yanuziellos and my two Flys. They are the only electrics I own these days. And I love each and every one of them!

    Bob
     
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  3. Creepwood

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    That’s really sweet, thank you! Sadly, I’m all the way over the pond... Hey, maybe mine will be the very first Yanuziello Electric in Switzerland! :)
     
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    Congrats!!! And a lefty! I have two of Joe’s, including a Cupcake that arrived last week. Lefties of course. Beautiful guitars. Enjoy.
     
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    Brilliant! Good to hear from a fellow lefty... I’m super stoked!
     
  6. uburoibob

    uburoibob Yanuziello Guitar Enthusiast Supporting Member

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    Photos please?
     
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    Thanks for asking

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  8. Creepwood

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    What a burst! And that cupcake is just lovely. Congrats! You're only adding to my anguish... Just a few days to go before mine gets here :)!
     
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    uburoibob Yanuziello Guitar Enthusiast Supporting Member

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    Gorgeous! Gorgeous! GORGEOUS! So, how do you love the Mastery vibrato?
     
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    Look forward to see pictures of the front of it!
     
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    Thanks! The mastery is very nice. Have one on a Collings as well and that one sounds really sweet.
     
  12. Creepwood

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    Here we go... The smaller, better pictures are from Joe. Be right back, got to play this thing some more!!

    23.5" scale is an absolute revelation, so comfy! And the push/pull volume pot gets me any tone I could ever want. Seriously impressed with Joe's craftsmanship and these Fralin single coils.

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    Oh man, that switch tip! <3
    23.5" is a great scale length. Enjoy that backwards beauty!
     
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    Thanks! Will put on Elixir strings once these wear out, then it will be absolutely perfect :)
     
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    Gorgeous. Joe’s such a unique artist. Enjoy!
     
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    Thanks! He's one of a kind - the build process was fantastic, the guitar is amazing, would recommend Joe to anyone! :)
     
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    I got the Viceroy Sunburst with tortoise pickguard in Nov. 2016 from The Music Emporium. It's perfect and I can't really justify needing another but you know how it is. So a deposit is being sent for a similar look with mini-hums. I love just about every one of Joe's finishes but I keep coming back to the burst. Can't decide whether to go with a Mastery or not. It'll be a year so I have time to think about it and listen to any opinions you might have.
     
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    scottcw Low rent hobbyist Silver Supporting Member

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    I talked with Craig today about possibly picking up the next Cupcake. Waiting to hear back.
     
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    scmavl Enjoyer Silver Supporting Member

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    That’s amazing, @Creepwood !!! I had initially though of asking Joe to do three pickups on mine as well, but eventually decided to keep this one simple. I’ve always wondered how it would look on a Yanuz, so it's great to see yours. Enjoy!
     
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    Thank you so much! I’m glad I went for three pickups, but I totally see the appeal of keeping it simple (mostly because the middle pickup sometimes gets in the way of my heavy-handed picking... :D)
    The cool think about the three-pickup-setup is the versatility: the guitar can be a (beefy) Strat, but thanks to the push-pull-pot I get Tele tones and a humbuckery setting as well. So damn cool! :)
     

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