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Discussion in 'Sevenstring Guitars' started by Scar Symmetry, Apr 21, 2009.
Always love fenders with matching headstocks
Might be the nicest burst I've ever seen.
I was very disappointed the Fender Pro II series doesn’t have matching headstocks...
Arrived a day early - DHL straight from Japan is surprisingly fast! A few jacksons and a Gibson LP for scale -- no banana's unfortunately.
Can I just win the lottery already and get all these awesome Strats.
Just bought this one.
I've developed some serious GAS towards Jackson B7 Deluxe. It looks beautiful with the natural top:
Maybe some day...
Schecter Jazz 7 - I'm kicking myself for getting rid of the last one I had
Not withstanding that (Jazz 7's are pretty rare), ANY 7-string that FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, doesn't have the typical razor thin neck that most of them have. I DON'T want to go through the fiasco again, that I had last year, with my PRS SE Seven! Ugh! I hated it's thin neck, and to add insult to injury, I spent $400 getting it re-fretted with hypoallergenic Jescar EVO Gold fretwire, due to my severe nickel allergy.
Floyd Rose Strat GAS hit hard again. Fuck it, will probably have to buy one.
Whats that red LP?
That is a Gibson LP Studio I got in high school in 1998! I've kept it all these years as it has a lot of sentimental value (gift from my dad who has since passed). It's basically my trial and error guitar at this point to learn how to do things like soldering (put EMG's in), replace all the hardware with black, etc.
I want one of those hollow/semi-hollow 7 stringers in my collection... one day...
GASing for one of the blue flame maple NOS Peavey Wolfgangs. But spending another $2500 after just buying the Schecter NJ is probably too much right now.
That's a beautiful guitar and quite possibly one of the most specific things I've ever seen made.
Posting in the right thread this time:
I have major GAS for a 7-string Ibanez S, especially the S5427:
So simple, but Lake Placid blue is such a perfect color for a Tele.