Is Daemoness good guitars quality

Discussion in 'Luthiery, Modifications & Customizations' started by Ziricote, Dec 5, 2016.

  1. WishIwasfinnish

    WishIwasfinnish SS.org Regular

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    Daemoness is great quality, even better now than before. I got mine in 2011 and since then Dylan has improved his techniques a lot. Make sure you come up with something amazing for the inlay, your imagination probably can't stretch far enough to stump Dylan.
     
  2. BigBadAl

    BigBadAl Too old to Mosh

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    You need to check out their facebook page his work is unFrickin' believable
     
  3. Walshy

    Walshy SS.org Regular

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    I'm a big fan of Dylan's work. His inlays and fine graphics work is peerless, in my opinion.
     
  4. MoonJelly

    MoonJelly a subtle stinging sensation..

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    :agreed:

    In this regard at least, he has some mind-blowing skills.
     
  5. Blytheryn

    Blytheryn Musical Adam West

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    In about five years of closely following Daemoness Guitars, I have not once either heard of or seen a less than raving review of any of his instruments.
     
  6. narad

    narad Progressive metal and politics

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    Yea, but a bunch of guys have sold theirs almost immediately upon getting them. I've owned 2 and I'm in for a third so obviously I'm not trash-talking, just pointing out that the lack of a negative review doesn't mean much. People don't talk bad about their guitars before unloading them.
     
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    oracles Australian in Canada

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    A few finishes on some of Dylans early builds have NOT aged well, but from what I understand the newer builds should fare considerably better. I've only played two, but they were both early builds (exploding pocketwatch, eagle/horus blue cimmerian) and they were both perfectly good instruments.

    Personally, I'm more put off by Dylan's attitude than anything. I certainly wont order one, but it's not because they aren't quality instruments.
     
  8. Blytheryn

    Blytheryn Musical Adam West

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    You're making sense for sure. Why is anyone's guess. The fact is that on some of the newer ones the wait time has been in excess of three years, and that possibly their interest in the instrument had dwindled.

    As I said though, anyone's best guess! :)
     

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