First Ron Kirn Barnbuster Arrived Today

Discussion in 'Other T-Types and Partscasters' started by Stanford Guitar, Feb 11, 2020.

  1. Dan German

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    Very nice, but it kind of looks like all the other...

    oh, who am I kidding, that’s one of a kind!
     
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  2. Stanford Guitar

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    Yeah it’s just run of the mill![emoji1]


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    Sweet! Very nice.
     
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    isnt Ron Kirn fenders custom shop boss now? so he still makes his own branded guitars? nice guitar there. eye and ear candy i bet
     
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    I got my hands on a barnbuster a couple months ago and it has been wonderful except for the treble bleed. I hated the way it messed with the volume pot taper and tone. Today, I finally clipped it off and so happy I did. it was great guitar that just got a little better.
     
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  6. Stanford Guitar

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    I have no clue. He does build an awesome guitar, however.
     
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  8. Stanford Guitar

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    Update.....guitar is still awesome!
     
  9. Crozius

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    I love the look of some gnarly pine. Pretty cool how every one of these is unique.

    A few months back I built a (very low budget) pine tele, and annoyingly it is now my best sounding guitar. I don’t know if that is down to the pine or some other lucky combination of factors, but my eyes are now open to pine.
     
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