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This looks like a Raw finish. Looks pretty good to me
I saw this (or a similar one) for sale a while ago. It looked really cool! I'm glad it ended up being awesome.
The pickguard dips into the hood scoop? A bit odd but alright I guess
Well I'm glad Gary Clark Jr. didn't win, at least. Dude is a great musician but a pretty mediocre guitarist.
That photo quality damn
Well I didn't expect a budget version of the bandori model but here it is
Mine still has its "Made in Japan" sticker on it from the 90s. I bet they probably fall off or whatever.
And a racing stripe with the logo along the forearm contour.
I'm gonna get a Calvin peeing inlay.
I would definitely rock a NOS Energy themed build though
Karnivool is awesome, and they don't have as many interlude tracks as Tool which is a plus
As a dude who uses a modeler, pedals just look cooler. Total pain in the ass managing the board space, power supplies, MIDI switching etc. but...
Yeah he said he had to return his PRS's. He still plays his Aristides and whatever though, so I guess that guitar is his.
I think this model...
The Standard is the only model I've yet to try. That blue looks really nice though! They always do a good job with the veneers.
I'm sure people who are into the scene would know better. I'm not really a fan; it was just an observation.
I haven't watched the video yet. Did he mention "ebb and flow"?
Archetype Plini and Nolly had that as well. I really liked the time effects on the Plini one but I'm not gonna buy a $130 plugin just for that :lol:
There's nothing behind the top part of the neck joint behind that gap either. It's a disconnected edge lined up with another disconnected...
The J Larada is certainly the weirdest bolt on I've ever played. That neck joint didn't click with me at all.
Kitty Pryde was doing 7 years ago everything Billie Eilish is doing but much better.
I started using NYXL exclusively since they first became available and I've literally never broken a single one. They also last a month or two easily.