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Discussion in 'Standard Guitars' started by Possessed, May 16, 2017.
....damn.. Especially the neck on the Charvel !
You should get a cover or a tremol-no for the Warrior. Otherwise, everything is absolutely stunningly perfect!
Holy Christ !!
That Warrior is damn hot !
btw, the top on the Charvel really looks A LOT like the top on my Vigier Ultra Blues (posted a NGD thread some weeks ago)
That warrior needs a gold 57 or JH Bridge!
That Warrior steals the show. Exactly the look I was trying to replicate with my Jackson project, but worlds better.
I've certainly got raw wood now.
Didn't love the Suhr til I got the back view.
Very nearly decided to go with a Charvel GG myself, how is it?
Those are all sick, but I really love that Guthrie.
They aight, they aight...
Don't sell that warrior! So Unique.
I got yer' hard wood right here!
But seriously, I've always wanted a guitar with this (close enough to raw wood) finish
Great sounding guitar. My initial plan is to sell it after i got suhr. But after more playing, i decide to keep it. Only downside for me is that i dont like the sound of basswood for playing metal. But for shredding and other stuffs its one of the best i have ever tried. And the guitar weights very light!
I am trying
Amazing trio you have there. I have also come to the realization that for feel and tone you can't beat oil finishes natural guitars.
These are my mains
My face melted just from the pictures
I take it you are not Kiesel/Carvin fan? Cause they are in Escondido and you can get a Black raw tone finish guitar from them for a very reasonable price. I bought the Antique Ash finish for mine and I love it. Black would be 100$ cheaper. I would pay them a visit if I were there.
I've been there a few times, great for parts, nice guitars, but not in my tastes.