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Discussion in 'Extended Range Guitars' started by HeHasTheJazzHands, Nov 7, 2015.
I like it much more without the bevel on the upper bout
Lol, his clothes match the guitar's top color... Also, no visible GAP on the upper neck joint...
Standing up its not a bad looking guitar, except that lower horn.....
The first version is still my favorite💥 Black with bevels. Basswood and 799$. Dream come true. Welcome to the future!
... 799$? who said that ?
Ugh wow, mind-blowing playing but really uninteresting to watch.
I know this has been stated by others before so sorry for repeating this.
Anyway, in regard to ^^ I seriously doubt this will be $799, thats fantasy land. Its gonna be USD4K or there abouts, and if you're lucky there will be a Indo-made clone for USD1.3K. But with FF they could decided to charge more, Ibz knows people will buy it.
i knew it... 800$ just can't be right
They could get to that price if they went with the Artcore shop in China........
Hey they put out some pretty decent guitars man
The Chinese Artcore shop is probably the most consistent one they use. No joke.
Would be seriously cool to see a "low end" cheap Tosin sig. I mean we are seeing Korean and Chinese Strandbergs, and people seem very interested in those so why not?
$4k model and a $1200 model a few months later I bet.
I would pick up a higher end of these instead of the TAM100 for the same price.
Oh I agree. They make pretty solid guitars. I'm still laughin tho
anyone else notice the neck-through guitar on the triple stand @ 1:27? there's a chapman ML-2 gold-top, a strat copy and then something that looks like a DC800 with wenge/bubinga neck.. except the neck joint is contoured like a Jackson or Washburn.
I'm gonna Price Is Right you and say $3799. I bet they price it lower than the TAM100 due to less hardware, simpler electronics, and no fancy top, despite the weird shape and fanned frets.
(watch it be $6000 like the ....ing M8M)
Looks like a KM-7 Mk II.
can anyone here confirm the scale length? I'm really hoping it goes up to 28 inches and not 27.
$4K from me
$3800 from Jeph
Who else want to play The Price is Right?
They'll definitely hold this fiddle to a high value being that there will be little like it on the market. It would be smart of them to keep the production limited to only higher ends as that will drive it's value up even more.
If it ends up like the M8M that's $6k I honestly wouldn't be too surprise, but I would doubt there's a market for that they would want to hit.
The TAM100 must have done quite well for them to do the TAM10 and same for Bowen's model. So I could see them doing this at both ends, but we'll see.
URE SPECULATION I DON'T KNOW .... ABOUT ANYTHING:
The M8M is so expensive because it's made by Sugi. They'll have to do a lot to this guitar to make it Fujigen and $6000.
Or just decide "we're Ibanez, it's Tosin's sig, screw you"
(but I think you're right)