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Here is my as73g. It is an amazing instrument.
I swapped the pickups for hb sized p90s.
I like it way better now.
I have the OG model.
This one is an '01 h2. All stock with tobacco burst finish on quilt, abalone dot inlays, and coil splits.
I put a set of harmonic design vintage plus pickups in my parts tele when I built it.
The only change was the pots and cap.
I went from...
My switch from 10s to 9s directly coincides with my lighter touch and faster playing.
Now if I could only get my brain working faster.........
[ATTACH] 2018 Ibanez as73g in mint blue. I freakin' love this guitar.
A 300 dollar gem.
'01 Carvin h2 holdsworth. You'd be surprised...
The fender midboost kit is the clapton kit, which is also taken from the strat elite from '84. It was upped to 12db midboost and 12db volume...
Tell us about the chrome strat.
2018 as73g 300 bucks brand new. I got it during a local stores's anniversary sale.
Add $120 for the HBP90s and call this one done.
Chambered alder hardtail body with a maple neck and ss frets.
Lace holy grails thru a clapton circuit round out the major specs....
I chose other because my pedal of choice is a rat type.
Tube screamer gets some time as a boost.
I want to get a blues driver at some point....
While I am lucky to not have to be in that unfortunate predicament.
But, if I was, I'd be happy to play just this guy
I voted for partscaster.
I did this one 20 years ago.
Alder/spalted maple body with a mahogany/ebony neck and harmonic design v+...
I am getting the itch to speaker swap though.
I would agree on these being amp favorites. It is mine too.
My tan handle is perfect...
I am still loving mine after 3.5 years.
I am completely satisfied with it. I even worked out the gain channel
Warmoth chambered alder hardtail with a modern construction maple neck with stainless steel frets, lace holy grails, and a clapton...