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Discussion in 'General Music Discussion' started by Bdtunn, Dec 25, 2020.
Neither. It's just a different angle.
Big red V? Let’s see what happens.
Dont forget that he also just came out the other end of chemotherapy. That seemed to age him more than the heroin ever did!
That riff at the end looks promising
No guitar release date yet ?
Don't leave cancer out of it. My dad's final battle with cancer aged him 10-20 years in about 5.
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Guess he's into the Evertune at the moment.
But god I can't stand those kinds of bursts. Bindingless Flying V looks cool though.
I’m saying it loud and proud, I love that Kramer!
I'd go ESP USA or E-II
Always wanted one of his signature cabs but I can never find them online anymore.
Kramer looks cool, but I'm not mad about the colour. Remove the gold V plate on the binding V and switch out the knobs and their onto a winner there too.
The two in the middle are kind of forgettable imo but nice to see a Gibson with an ever tune.
The two black ones are solid, I could see myself owning the black/gold combo. The Korina isn't bad, but it's just a bit bland compared to those two.
The burst is quite bad.
I’m not sure the 3 knobs are necessary. I’m curious how often Dave even uses a tone knob or a second volume knob.
Didn’t we have a thread about songs where he actually uses the neck humbucker?
I dug those bursts on the Saraceno models, but they look odd on a V shape.
Dave uses like 4 or 5 of his customs Gibsons, as well as a stock '58 Explorer. Hell even Kiko uses a red Les Paul on a couple of songs.
they sound better then they have in years!!
Glas to see him back after what happened to him. Really respect the guy.
And i dig that green Kramer ( yes, i do lol despite the ugly v plate. Usa model ?) and the trans black gibson