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Discussion in 'Extended Range Guitars' started by ncbrock, Jul 29, 2010.
That is some serious work from Red layer, congrats man!
Finally have an ERG again, been 10 years since my last 8 string!
I know a lot of people find them ugly, but I think they're gorgeous looking
I think this guitar design has some flaws aesthetically, specially on the headstock bevels, and I don't fancy this single cut design. It came out as a unfinished/unpolished mix of several ideas that needed to mature but were made ins a rush to market it to the masses. It kind of shows some unbalanced vibes, to me, that is.
My opinion is related only to what I can talk about which is the guitar's look and aesthetic... In the end, all that maters is that it inspires to play and, in this line of thought, may it serve you well, @AmoryDrive.
Man I think it's gorgeous
I haven't posted in ages but here's what I have. The Wolf Firebird baritone 7 is pretty much my main atm. Would love to have a custom 8-string Firebird someday.
This one has the own Claas pickups i believe?
How are those?
That 7 string fire bird is super uber cool!
Yep it has. Claas developed them in collaboration with Harry Häussel from Germany. He s more known for his really awesome BassBar pickups for bass guitars.
I love them! Really great in terms of definition even for a nine string
Here is a vid of them with clean sounds at the NAMM 2020 Booth:
Sounds good, but always hard to say from a video playing only cleans.
I hope they keep the Lace pickups in the production models, since I love the lace's!
My main workhorse -> LTD V407B w/ Lundgren M7's
Not mine, but this is literally the most beautiful Strandberg I have ever seen. I wish I had the money to buy it before it was sold.
Some I took today-