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Discussion in 'Other Guitars, other instruments' started by Bluego1, Oct 14, 2019.
Never heard of 'em until now
I would say you have to play it.
It's such an individual buy. You have to try it on.
I remember in high school you'd have to spend huge money to have decent guitar or Bass. That's just not the case today.
I will second Ibanez. Though I didn't like my Ibanez acoustic I love my Ibanez bass and it's a lower end. But I like the way it feels like the way it sounds like the way it plays.
My thought is if you overall like it and buy it and even if you dropped in some extra dough for professional setup. you got a great guitar that you love for short money.
Understand this all predicated on playing at first. To me that's the only thing that counts.
Did you get it yet?
Supposed to ship 10/31.
It’s here and it’s easily the equivalent in quality to the budget Epiphones I have. Actually an amazing array of tones from the pickups. The jack is a bit wonky with the tilt but I use a very forgiving guitar cord which handles it fine. I’ve put in easily 5 hours on it between its arrival last night and now, with various pickup settings and amp settings and several pedal combinations and I’m pretty impressed. Frets are kinda tall, but that’s as advertised and they don’t bother me. No buzz at all and I’ve got the action pretty low. One of the tuners is slightly offline but doesn’t seem to affect anything and you really have to look to notice it. Neck is pretty thin, but I’m fine with it. I’d buy another.
Congrats. I would own one. I want the LP style guitar.