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Unread 01-19-2011, 03:18 PM   #51
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awesome first post and awesome guitars Chaz
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Unread 01-19-2011, 07:41 PM   #52
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I like it. Alot. Very good ideas. I'd love to play one. Also, I kinda like that Explorer shaped one. Very unique.

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Unread 01-19-2011, 07:52 PM   #53
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I personally actually really liked that Explorer shape and that paint job, too.
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Welcome to the forum Chaz! Any chance we could hear how those babies sound? I was pretty sad that we didn't get to hear it in that video from the first post, would love to see how your guitars sound plugged into something, sir!

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Like I said in the other thread that was up about these guitars, I really like the ideas and I really like the strat-ish body shape. Those cavities in the back are pretty genius. Especially the one for the trem bar. Id love to have that in my RG's I misplace trem bars a lot.

I'm excited to see some 7's and 8's

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All of those ideas are ....ing awesome. Great job Chaz.

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I wanna get on board with this. I like the idea of somebody taking it upon themselves to put some of the better advances out there into one sick package.

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Like I said in the other thread that was up about these guitars, I really like the ideas and I really like the strat-ish body shape. Those cavities in the back are pretty genius. Especially the one for the trem bar. Id love to have that in my RG's I misplace trem bars a lot.

I'm excited to see some 7's and 8's
Yeah, I could see a 7 string Shark possibly being next on my list of guitars to buy, depending a little on the price.
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Unread 01-19-2011, 09:12 PM   #59
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Thanks again for the good words guys.

Lefty is no problem. Perhaps the easiest major change from a standard right handed setup actually.

I'm planning on getting some video from NAMM of a great player named Max Carlisle up tomorrow. In the mean time, there is sound from the Hank Shermann signature up on the HSV page Hank put together - Sound

That particular axe has a custom wound Nordstrand set called the "overlord" in it. The guy that made those for us no longer works there so not sure if theyre actually even available anymore!

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Hi guys...

I kinda jumped into the conversation (and the forum) over at this thread - 10-32 guitars - innovative stuff

perhaps we could get a mod to merge the threads?

Stealthtastic - I didnt completely annihilate a FR every 6 months by any means, but the knife edges wore down enough to eliminate any chance of a consistent return to zero. In my mind, a trem without a consistent return to zero is no longer a useful piece of hardware. Whats the saying? Great tone dont mean sh*t if youre not in tune
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I wonder what thoughts about making more use of the magnetic cavity plates on the back to cover some of the new routes would be? Like, if you bunched the wrench and trem arm cavities together as "utility routing" and gave them a snap off cover, too, just to keep the back more uniform. This might not be much of a priority, though, and I have no idea how well that'd work with a wireless unit.
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There are some potential issues there, but plenty of options to make it work.

Instruments with heavily contoured tops have limited available cavity depth. The only model I make that doesnt have a contoured top standard is the HSV. The Shark, BTG, and CGV all have coutoured backs as well, so theyre even more limited. Of course, the contours arent required by any means, so you could do this with any of the models, youd just have to give up at least a portion of the contours. Other alternatives would be using a 2" thick blank. I start with 1.75" for everything currently.

I plan to do builds for each model without contours just to create more options and give people more aesthetic variety to choose from. A "contourless" CG6 is an instrument I plan to do for myself at some point.


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^Welcome aboard man. And SWEET guitars BTW. I'd love to get one some day.

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I kinda jumped into the conversation (and the forum) over at this thread - 10-32 guitars - innovative stuff

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Stealthtastic - I didnt completely annihilate a FR every 6 months by any means, but the knife edges wore down enough to eliminate any chance of a consistent return to zero. In my mind, a trem without a consistent return to zero is no longer a useful piece of hardware. Whats the saying? Great tone dont mean sh*t if youre not in tune
I see what your saying, but my I've played tons of year old or older guitars with OFR's that stay perfectly in tune. I feel like your statement is more than slightly exaggerative.
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I didn't realize there were too.

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I see what your saying, but my I've played tons of year old or older guitars with OFR's that stay perfectly in tune. I feel like your statement is more than slightly exaggerative.
I suppose it depends how they're used. I tend to abuse the shit out of mine, and more than a couple of my first FRs were probably the licensed variety and made with inferior materials. I've broken aluminum drumsticks on a vdrums kit on 3 separate occasions to give you an idea of how violent I tend to be on stage
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Mostly due to exceptionally poor drumming skills. They keep telling me to play with my wrists...its just not as much fun as the full range power hammer stroke


Let me ask you guys a question....Im considering testing this new Edge Zero II trem (replaceable knife edges!) to see how it compares to the ZR. I doubt anyone has their hands on this latest version yet, but does anyone own an axe with the original Edge Zero in it? Thoughts on it?
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Mostly due to exceptionally poor drumming skills. They keep telling me to play with my wrists...its just not as much fun as the full range power hammer stroke


Let me ask you guys a question....Im considering testing this new Edge Zero II trem (replaceable knife edges!) to see how it compares to the ZR. I doubt anyone has their hands on this latest version yet, but does anyone own an axe with the original Edge Zero in it? Thoughts on it?
The older Edge designs had removable knife edge plates as well, it's just REALLY hard to find the replacements anywhere. I've only seen Rich Harris get them in stock a few times over the course of the last ten years or so. I guess you could get custom ones made, but that'd be pretty pricey to do in a small batch with some high quality steel.

I like the Edge Zero, maybe not as much as the Lo-Pro Edge, but it's still a solid unit. The movement feels like half way between the Lo-Pro Edge and Edge Pro, so it's slightly on the stiffer side most of the time. Imagine a ZR but without that "bouncy" ball bearing feel and with that slight "angular" feel knife edge systems are known for.

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The older Edge designs had removable knife edge plates as well, it's just REALLY hard to find the replacements anywhere. I've only seen Rich Harris get them in stock a few times over the course of the last ten years or so. I guess you could get custom ones made, but that'd be pretty pricey to do in a small batch with some high quality steel.

I like the Edge Zero, maybe not as much as the Lo-Pro Edge, but it's still a solid unit. The movement feels like half way between the Lo-Pro Edge and Edge Pro, so it's slightly on the stiffer side most of the time. Imagine a ZR but without that "bouncy" ball bearing feel and with that slight "angular" feel knife edge systems are known for.
I figured they were hard to come by...those new locking nuts that dont require the retaining bar are as well, but I did snag one on ebay for a ridiculous $25 yesterday. Rich might get 2 of em a year, & he wants like $60 bones if I remember right.

If I try out the Edge Zero I may try to reproduce the knife edges with my CNC. Wonder what kind of market there is for them...

Thx for the feedback on the trem. They seem to be easier to find and cheaper than the ZR, at least for now.
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I figured they were hard to come by...those new locking nuts that dont require the retaining bar are as well, but I did snag one on ebay for a ridiculous $25 yesterday. Rich might get 2 of em a year, & he wants like $60 bones if I remember right.

If I try out the Edge Zero I may try to reproduce the knife edges with my CNC. Wonder what kind of market there is for them...

Thx for the feedback on the trem. They seem to be easier to find and cheaper than the ZR, at least for now.
If you're willing to make inserts for the Ibanez/Gotoh trems, you may find a decent market for them over on Jemsite. I know a few guys who would love to breath some life into their old, beaten, abused trems, myself included.

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