I consider selling my Nebelung, but it has flatter neck (I think that there's still an option to order thinner neck). The neck pickup is currently with black cover. Color is more greenish than of a photo. PM if interested. Cheers.
One of my more expensive guitars with 5pc laminated necks is as stable as 13 years old teeneager :lol: It needs the adjustements 4-5 times a year. My cheap Soloist - 5 years without touching the truss rod (supposely it has carbon reinforcements). I like one piece neck concept, but that is...
I like satin over anything. I prefer it over oil finish. I have soloist with painted neck and played many gigs on it. Nothing wrong with that, but i like the smoothness and the feel of satin finish. YMMV i guess.
Fair point. But discontinuing rg 565 is strange. I love mine and I wish it would be available in more colors. Regarding colors and finishes... I suppose that we can agree that less colors means more profit margin.
So if I understand correctly, they own only LACS and the other facilities are not their own. I stand corrected for the r&d stuff.
Regarding finishes… I bet they do make market analysis. But I didn’t know that their strategy is so much based on retailers’ feedback. Suprisingly, they make strange...
This might be the result of how they operate. They do not own any facility in Japan, most probably they always order their guitars. So they don’t have a proper r&d department in the factory to test new finishes all the time. Limited colors means less of a fuss ordering the bulk of the guitars...
If Your interface works than You just download apps. Then intall them and just start them as standalone app. You don’t need to use any DAW. This so simple. Just set all ins and outs on system settings.
Yes. It can be used as a standalone app. You have 2 weeks for free with every plugin so You can download all and decide which one do You like the most. On paper the Petrucci one is the most complete package.