Charvel has a pleasant neck shape to me as someone who typically doesn't like super thin necks, but not ALL of their models are like this- the Angel Vivaldi neck feels thinner than Ibanez to me, but most Charvels I love.
That being said, one thing I've done lately that has gotten me over my...
These are really different choices.
Do you like bolt on or set/neckthru?
Do you like passive or active pickups?
Do you need a tremolo? And if you prefer fixed bridges, are you ok with a tuneomatic? (many fixed bridge fans love or hate them at this point)
Do you like satin or gloss necks?
tf is the point of the last pic there's not even a guitar in it, everyone is making sane comments, and you are just spewing word salad and posting random shots of your villa like its helping your argument, unreal.
In case you really lack this much self-awareness, if this summary doesn't help you understand how you are coming off, nothing will. Completely sane responses, met with your comparing them to your wife's period.
In all your other posts you are saying they suck, that you've tried many and they are all underwhelming, and you said that only people who played shit guitars prior would like Suhr. Nowhere prior to this post did you simply say that you didn't like them personally, otherwise no one would have...
The roster of Suhr players is pretty impressive, Matus, Nieri, Quayle and Basilio before they got signatures with Ibanez, Rick Graham years ago, even Aaron Marshall still uses his Suhr constantly when hes streaming from home despite not being an artist with them for many years at this point...
This is a big enough sample size to tell me that you just don't like the spec/feel of this brand mostly, not that they "suucckkedd". Regarding the neck shape, Suhr has a catalog of different shapes/sizes.
EBMM, one of the new dark sparkles released at NAMM.
My friends all have EBMMs that are impeccable so I'm sure this could have been a shipping thing or simply unusual, but for the amount of money these are they should be near perfect.
Welp I actually got a Majesty brand new. It has the beginning of a finish crack along the treble side of the nut, the backplate isn't really sprayed on the inside, and the screw holes have a sloppy circle of rough finish bubbling around each one, and most importantly there's a crack across two...
Yeah I heard that due to chip shortage that is why universal audio started force-bundling plugins with their interfaces, to keep selling for similar revenue while lowering order volume, but unbundling something is a lot easier than lowering a guitar's price, which has never happened in history.