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And people are still paying $150,000 and waiting 60 years for their Daemoness builds :lol:
yeah people need to chill out and not hammer on the strings so hard, y'all don't have to be john browne
Yeah that's an evertune backplate for sure.
I think it's one of the best headless designs I've yet seen, but headless doesn't really do much for...
Yeah I use a fair amount of neck relief and higher action on my 8s. Unless you have a super light picking hand you're going to get fret buzz with...
hhhhhh I love Kellys so much, A+
Wow, love the subtle fan on that blue one. I didn't even notice it at first.
god, that with a reverse headstock would be my dream Kelly
Yeah, I remember how long he fought against putting Floyds on their guitars. I'd be down with an S2 or CE 7 as well.
was he stepping on it?!
I do not understand why PRS isn't offering a Core Custom 24 7. It seems like they'd make a killing.
clean and simple. love it.
that guy is me watching the UPS tracker :lol:
I've got the last lime yellow one AP got coming soon, always loved the RGD shape and I'm extremely hype
Those EIIs are really good guitars, although I think they have a narrower neck than the Juggernaut.
That Ibanez people are recommending has a radically different neck shape than the Juggernauts. It's your typical Ibanez wide and thin profile. If...
Every headless guitar I've ever tried. Custom shop (Washburn and Sweden) Strandbergs, various Mayones Hydras, a Skervesen Shoggie...perfectly good...
Bummer that you're not getting along with it
lol what are you talking about, plenty of people still don't like the Regius even after the model...
Yeah, it's just roughly where the neck pickups on old guitars were positioned, so people got used to how that sounded, so that has "the best tone"...
I almost never use anything above 22, but I also don't own any 22-fret ERGs so it's a moot point. I used to be one of those "the neck pickup must...