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Discussion in 'Standard Guitars' started by vilk, Aug 7, 2015.
Yeah, thats the one. I've never seen these Sophia trems before. It was really smooth and felt great under the hand. But the fine tuner side of the trem route definitely wasn't extended out far enough to allow any kind of access.
Looking at the pictures though it looks like thats just how they design em. It had a spot to use an allen wrench but that doesnt seem like the most convenient option.
That's fine, we could use some excitement around here.
There's a missed opportunity for a bass bass.
There’s sth fishy in here..
Not sure, it popped up when I searched Reverb for "hellcat".
"Hey, Tosin, it's your cousin Marvin. Marvin Abasi. You know that new shape you're looking for? Well look at this!"
Check out that sweet ass Bongo.
No way. Too clean.
I love kiesels don’t get me wrong but this top looks like someone REALLY enjoyed that guitar if you know what I mean
^With the other colors, the white fill is awful. Kiesel really needs Decision Quality Control, someone who can veto any order request that is bound to look stupid.
It is a Guitar in Stock ATM, not sure if that means the shop had a scrap piece of infected wood to use on a whim or not.
Of course, DQC would need internal authority over in-stock builds as well. Let's not forget that some of the most egregious specimens are inside jobs.