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Discussion in 'Sevenstring Guitars' started by vampiregenocide, Jul 20, 2011.
I don't know why but I find this finish brutal. Perfect choice Karl.
My only problem with this guitar is that it doesn't have a volume knob.
I'd buy it though, I'd just have to drill out a hole for one.
You mean it doesn't have a tone knob.
I do as well. The streak/grain angles destroy all IMO.
Anyone have any newer pics yet?
Karl's guitars don't have volume knobs.. he has the pick-ups wired directly to his input jack
Holy deep ass scalloping batman!
I'm pretty sure the production model (if it comes) will have one though.
Idk, maybe they'll have options like on the DSG V
I'm surprised Gibson is OK with the shape, back when the VMNT was in it's prototype stages Gibson made a big fuzz about the guitar not having the bevels.
It's the King V shape. Gibson shouldn't really care about that. Them being upset over the old Jackson Y2KV yes, but not this.
also they're a bit busy with the Gov't.
That head stock is ugly but it flows overall with the rest of the guitar. I wonder how that fretboard feels with such deep scallops.
im not a huge fan of deans, that shape actualy looks acceptable with the headstock .... i still hate their shapes and headstock designs
but holy shit those scallops are rediculous.
Hawt. Dean or no Dean, I'd bone that.
I don't see any red in them? Perhaps you mean ridiculous?
Amazing flame on this one, I'd rock it to be honest. I too disagree with some of Dean's policies and how they got rid of Dean Z, but we're talking about a guitar here, and this one is the shit.
thank you for the correction ... typo woops
I still think the headstock looks good. It's all about symmetry for me.
are blowing my mind, sorry my post offended you