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Discussion in 'Other Guitars, other instruments' started by Grateful Ape, Nov 24, 2019.
It was n new 59M NOS with adjustable bridge. This is pretty common according to my luthier.
It’s a design fault and one that can be fixed easily. But I agree, for a $400 guitar, they should deliver a better quality bridge.
Sorry to take so long for reply but I think it plays good but I don't have experience with any other bari. I play a lot of resonator guitar so I am kind of used to and prefer heavy strings.
I anyone's interested there is a Squire XI for sale in the TDPRI classified area.
I have a cheapie Sawtooth Tele, may have to try this!
I have one of the Dano baritones; I replaced the bridge plate with a stainless steel unit and it works great.
I’d be interested to see that.
Past couple of days I've started thinking about a baritone. I play bass and guitar. My existing basses cover the thumpy low end as I've got them all strung with flatwounds. A friend brought by his Gretsch baritone a while back and that was very cool. Then someone recommended getting a conversion neck and I'm sitting here looking at this Peavey Reactor I inherited which is sort of a project guitar but I really do not like the neck, too flat and wide compared to all my others. The only thing I would be a little concerned about is that the neck pickup won't really be in the right spot but I could also chalk that up to "who cares"?
So the next thing to wonder is whether there's a baritone conversion neck that would work on a Peavey Reactor? hmmmm...
later that same day...
Yeah and subsequent to that I have to admit to myself that I am not a guitar builder/modder kinda person. The PRS looks and sounds pretty nice.
what do you think about this hand made beauty baritone guitar?
I used to have a Dano '63 Re-issue Baritone. Got it off craigslist for $150.
Nice, but way too pricey for me
Another vote for the PRS 277 SE.
Love their soap bar pickups.
Came out of the box, ready to play.