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Discussion in 'Gear & Equipment' started by Chris, Jul 15, 2004.
I wouldn't mind owning this thing one bit.
i've heard good things about having an extended scale. mostly that the low B (or A mmmm ) sounds tighter.
how much do the$e thing$ run? any idea$?
The ESP bari's are about $900
somebody have a good pic of an Ibanez long scale neck guitar? RG1077XLB????
These threads/pics kill me. I have a little "Soloway Fund" going right now that has $600 in it. I'm preying that my GAS can hold off until I can afford a swan, but stuff like this just makes it damn hard.
That is SWEET!
I've always loved that white, erm, line (for lack of a better word, though I know there is one) around the body. Makes it look so classy. That color is fuckin' awesome too.
JC, wasn't your 20xx that same color?
The 2020x was 'translucent blue' but it looked green in most light.
what are baritones tuned to or do they just have more frets, I dont know the difference
Longer scale for lower tunings.
The longer scale rocks for lower tunings because the strings have to be tighter to achieve the same tuning as a standard scale guitar. This also means you can run lighter strings without it playing sloppy.
I was hoping 'Nez would come out with a cheapie after Mushok from Staind made it so well known that he played a Bari, much like the slew of cheap 7's that came out right after Korn hit it big.
I wouldn't spend a bundle on one, but $300 or so for a fun toy would be a very cool investment.