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For that budget, you are better looking out for a good Eastman, either dreadnought or OM. They make some fabulous guitars for the money.
I'm not surprised at all, they're mass produced instruments.
QC is not what it was.
Yeah, I saw him three times, all in London, and he was just amazing, incredible proficiency. Sublime entertainer.
I find PS incredibly boring, so...
That's correct, the Chris Shifflet bridge is part no. 0081150000 oh sorry I see you already know that lol :twisted:
Perhaps you should try a Cavalier Phoenix, i know I would ...
Just go j-45, i know i would ...
I'd rather have an Eastman than an Epi any day, esp. how Epiphone's quality control has always been questionable. I have experience of this too.
Yeah come on mate, pictures!
Looks great Rob, nice one!
Lovely blue, nice one!
Oh yes ....
I'd leave that black pickguard personally, it was were white, i would change it to black. But thats just me. But mint would work.
I've never heard of him before, gotta say ...
Don't stress it mate, if it plays OK and you like it, forget the rest. It's a mass produced 2 grand guitar, it will have faults, typical of...
Just keep it, enjoy it and don't change it!
The American Standard is now a bit of a classic Fender imo, wonderful guitars, congrats!
wow that's impressive, one of those gigs i wish i had seen!
Just email [email protected] and they should - hopefully - be able to give you all the spec.
Lovely lefties btw!
No you're wrong, it's fantastic.
Sounds good to me.
Just needs a set up, they're great guitars imo, enjoy!
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Just email Fender yourself. It's not hard.
Amazing find, congrats! As far as original specs go, just email Fender consumer relations with the serial number, and they will (usually) be able...
Anything but bloody sunburst!