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Discussion in 'Sevenstring Guitars' started by HeHasTheJazzHands, Oct 11, 2013.
That's very good Indeed!
Great sound \m/
I honestly didn't even realize that it was a halloween model. Now I appreciate them a little more.
Not a big fan of these drift wood guitars this year. I love that they're always trying whatever ideas are floating around, though!
EDIT: No pun intended
Awww, that in a 7-string version...
Would buy quickly
I think i need a set of those apocalypse in my 8 string banshee elite. Needs something to make it pop visually
They sound great but don't let that picture fool you. They're not really that noticeable of a red under the majority of lighting conditions sadly.
Damn i have trans black prototype and it has nazgul sentient. Too much grey. Even the super chargers with those big pole pieces would ad some pop visually
If you want something that pops up visually try
Some guys here will love this
Baritone 26,5" PT vintage.
New Solo II with EMG 72 minihumbs. This is more for me.
Which pickups are those.... That migh work or something similar
Z-plus, very articulate pups
It won't happen, but it would be pretty sweet to see this finish in the Solo II shape, with P-90s.
This in a 7 string Diamond Series. Please
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Price point price point price point?
I sortof miss a pickguard tho.
I guess regular diamond series price point, around 900 usd
Wish they made 25.5 scale one without sustaniac. I have no need for that and it drives the price up way to close to a Gibson
Wasnt Diamond series like, the bottom of the Schecter barrel before, and now they're going for $900? I get there's inflation and such, but that seems crazy to have tripled in price for the lowest tier quality.