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Discussion in 'Standard Guitars' started by soliloquy, May 22, 2011.
Wow that is one gorgeous fiddle, congrats!!
Looks really nice. Good choices on the specs!
Dayum! That’s literally the best finish I’ve seen on a kiesel!
The headstock looks incredible. Like looking from a beach into the ocean coming in.
More pics or a NGD please
Still getting set up at my new place. Hopefully I'll have some time to take pics this weekend.
In the meantime, they posted my Aries on the FB page:
I got a shipping notification this morning so it should be here next week!
Nice! If the neck-through Aries were available when I ordered mine, I would have gotten that instead.
Hey what's up guys I just got my Kiesel Vader VM7 the other day and thought maybe ya'll would like to see it
Black Limba Neck and Body with 2 Maple Stripes.
Deep Dragonburst Quilted Maple Top
Roasted Flamed Maple Fretboard
Black Hardware with Abalone Inlays
Abalone Dot Inlays with K Logo on 12th Fret
Thorium Bridge and Lithium Neck Pickups
This thing is hands down the best guitar I've ever played in my life! It's my first 7-string and first multiscale and I am absolutely in love with it. That's my old Carvin DC200 that my dad got me used for my 16th birthday. It's the only other electric guitar I have and I've been playing it for 16 years and have been wanting/needing a new guitar for a while now. So glad to finally have my dream guitar and have been playing a lot more ever since I got it. I'm just now realizing that this thread is under the standard guitars sub-forum and not a seven string thread but maybe having that shot of the 6-string Carvin at the end there makes it ok
Good lookin fiddle
With a name like fractalsauce I almost thought it was Chris.
Just bought myself a DC747. Great guitar and so happy to have a Carvin again. It's incredibly comfortable
Beautiful top and color! I see so many really nice Carvin DC7s put up for sale for such good prices.
Oof...they aren't wrong. I wonder if this is hinting at a new (fuckin' finally) website...
Cryptic. I don't get the reference.
Their website is terribly-out dated, incomplete, and it's actually possible to pay too much unless you're a spec-expert. They are saying that it's a weakness.
Hopefully a new online builder too.
The one they have now covers like 30% of what they're offering.
Even without a virtual builder, and even without tinkering with the actual order-placement builder, there's still stupid little things they could do to make it so much more user-friendly as a resource, with very little investment.
On the "Guitars" and "Bass" pages, just have categories. Put a simple menu at the top, with different categories, and their options:
Models with headstocks
Bolt-On neck construction
Neck-Through neck construction
Set Neck neck construction
Set-Through neck construction
24.75" scale length
25" scale length
25.5" scale length
26.5" scale length
27" scale length
Right now, you've just got one monolithic page with every model listed, with no clear organization.
Then, maybe once per month, they could roll-out a single page that just showcases and explains a specific option category. Like start with one page with all of their headstock shape options, and their names/codes. Then a month later, roll out a singe page with all of their headstock logo colors/materials. Then a page talking about the fretboard radius options, etc etc. Every so often, you'll have one that requires a little bit more of a deeper dive, like neck finishes. Then one that goes over the standard "back and sides" finish options, etc etc.