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Discussion in 'Other T-Types and Partscasters' started by Flyboy, Sep 14, 2019.
Never seen these before. Chinese? Anyone got one/played one?
New to me but at $149 I can see why there's only one left from 56 guitars!
I wonder if the thing doesn’t have a truss rod like the originals, if it doesn’t the neck probably won’t hole up too well
With a metal nut overlay, it could be a cool dedicated slide guitar, if nothing else.
Senior has them all the time. A few folks here have those.
I bought the kit. Ash body. Not bad for the price.
I have one. They are often cheaper than $149, I payed $105.
And they havent sold 56 of them, what they do is once they sell
out of a line, they changed all of the text and photos but keep the
original item number.
I dont really like mine.
Poor quality hardware
Made in Vietnam
Dont even dare look at the neck pocket.
But if you can get one cheap enough, and do a lot of work to it,
you may like it.
It's hilarious that one of the auctions on E-Bay lists it with a nitro finish.
Tiny frets, though? Now I'm seriously interested. That's a fairly uncommon spec these days, and it's one that I love. I love old style Fender frets and Gibson fretless wonder frets, and I wish more guitars had them as an option.
As soon as I saw it I could hear some big open D slide going on!
I have one. Upgraded with new tuners, Duncan Quarter Pounder PuP. Big frets, fat neck. "Bout 8 lbs on mine.
Those bodies are ash. The originals were pine, yes?
Are those Guild tuners?