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Discussion in 'Sevenstring Guitars' started by Severance, May 23, 2009.
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i really wish these guys would do away with that gaudy ass fake abalone purfling. it looks so tacky. especially on the ltd1000 series
The third one is fuckin' tasty!! I'm jacking up as we speak!!!
niiiiiiice, me want
The phrase "DO WANT" is echoing around my mind
I would be all over the Korina V if it Didn't have actives
Oh god. Way too tempting on that first one...
I know the first is a limited run, but how about the hellraiser? Will that be offered for a longer period of time?
EDIT: Looked at the page and answered my question. FUCK.
I like #2 and #3.
I would be a much bigger fan if they weren't so blatantly asymmetrical.
I kinda like asymmetry but I prefer it to be more exaggerrated - 4/2 Headstocks, shorter lower section on the V, cutaway access on the bottom of the body - nothing drastic but cool.
That said, I totally dig where you're coming from.
Still hating the asymetrical aspect of it but it's a cool concept indeed.
Finally more 7-string V's!
WOW..... Fuck im broke. Someone buy my soul? Its only $949!
I think they need to be MORE asymmetrical. Or perfectly symmetrical like the Gibson V.
You guys will prolly think I'm crazy but I like the asymmetrical factor to the Schecter V series.
That being said, I don't really like how any of them are finished. The first one is too.. orange for me. Second one has that flashy ass hellraiser look to it, which is why I DIDN'T buy a hellraiser. That abalone look gets old after a week of having it. Third one is the one I like the most, but the price just kills it.
Of course, this is just me. If they had a plain white one I've fall in love with it in a heartbeat, but I think I'm stuck on the Agile Hornet 727 too much to really care about the schecter V-7
$3899 for the custom?!?!? You could get something worlds better from several custom luthiers for that.
I think the body needs to be perfectly symmetrical given that the top horn of the V is the one that's smaller. Though I do like the small cutout for better fret access.
$889... $949... $3899. Haha.
Digging those finishes.
why, oh why, do they have to put EMGs in them?