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Discussion in 'Other Guitars, other instruments' started by Donny Osmond fan, Sep 21, 2020.
Burns guitar. To me looks better than a Stratocaster And yes I belong to the Burns club.
I want one.
It’s different. I’ll give you that!
The Burns guitars are cool! I'd really like to get a London Steer someday...but the Apache you posted would pre-empt my search if I ran across one and could afford it. Very nice!
My friend has a Burns. Up there with the coolest looking guitars ever.
This thing that I own kinda reminds me of the Burns's's's's
And boy, do I hate photobucket
My buddy brings a Burns 12 string to gigs, sometimes. More of everything.
Lots going on there!
Makes me think of Elvis...
looks like it came from the louvre
No more over-the-top than a White Falcon.
I like it
Wow! Could you explain that, um, *odd* tailpiece?
I have a couple of the original Split Sounds and while the trem may look odd they're actually quite clever. Pretty sure that's where Eric Stets got his idea for the Stetsbar. Basically the whole bridge moves along with the trem eliminating any string ware at the saddles. The one pictured is the new style but its the same concept as Jim's original design. Had to rebuild one of mine where I discovered all the screws were English Whitworth which are neither SAE or metric. What a PITA.
What are those two angled bars bridging the tailpiece for?
What he said (he's such a silver tongued devil)!
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