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Discussion in 'Standard Guitars' started by lewis, Jun 14, 2019.
Well...im on board
8 string with a trem and im in. lol at me, i know
Praising the fret dressing on a prototype is a little bit pointless, but the split coil modes sounded nice, to my ear, through my shitty dell laptop speakers.
+ Its good to see more options in the lower price bracket
- That body shape isn't hideous but pretty... safe?
~ Omg fan fret 6er pls HB
Looks like the same bridge pieces on my NK
The body is like the usual strat you see around. They could've gone a little rad with the shape.
They made a deal to start selling legators at thomann and this body shape looks very close to a model they sell im sure?
If it is weight relieved I will definitely get one to test.. I am looking for a comfy lightweight headless!
I like the guitar and it looks fun to play. I also like the colour of the guitar.
Pretty cool! Thicks all the boxes for me, if I don't get a viper or smth
That type of bridge cutout would go better with a singe cut, which I'd like to see more of anyway.
Welp, there goes Kiesel's entire market.
Considering the prices they make money by selling a lot of them, so I suppose they have to stay reasonably "vanilla" in terms of shapes. Those are mass market items, not niche, considering headless is already niche enough.
wonder how this will stack up against those NK headless guitars.
That's really cool. I used to have a Steinberger spirit and a USA Steinberger. Both really good guitars. I wish I never sold them. Back when I got those guitars in the mid 90s it was nearly impossible to find headless guitars anywhere.
I particularly thought the HX Stomp sounded good.
I'm actually happy about the "safe" shape. Been wanting a normal-looking headless like the old Steinberger M series for the longest time.
Valid, but a more single cut or Tele-oid shape would have had me more acutely interested
*scratches head* In what way? Because it's a (likely) cheap headless?
In theory, it should have the exact same tone as the big brother, it just doesn't have the same robust I/O, expression pedal, fewer buttons, but most importantly: it only has 1/2 of the processing bandwidth to spend on amps/cabs/effects. If you have a PowerCab+, you can offload the cab IR to the PC+. Meaning: what it can do, will sound the same as the Helix. But it can only do less at one time.
So... when is it coming out?
I know; I had one. I sold it once I got on the Fractal FM3 list. Kinda regret it.