Relish Guitars Of Switzerland

Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Guitarzan, May 4, 2019.

  1. GibbyTwin

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    I don't know, I think it's kinda cool. Definitely a next step in guitar evolution (in my mind anyway). If I was a younger guy and not so set in my ways and habits (and didn't already have 6 electric guitars that cover all my bases) I think I could hit the buy button.
    It certainly is a nice looking guitar.
     
  2. rangercaster

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    Nice guitars ... But can they cut the mustard ??? I would like to see a demo by a hot dog guitarist ...
     
  3. AJBaker

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    No worries ;)
     
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    Just for information sake, Scandinavia is a Peninsula in Northern Europe which has three countries: Norway, Sweden, and Denmark.

    The “Nordic” countries include the three Scandinavian peninsula countries and Finland and Iceland, the territories included in Nordic classification are Greenland, the Faroe Islands, Svalbard, and the Åland Islands.
     
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    I'm almost intrigued; I tried building a modular guitar along the lines of Les Paul's "The Log" but found that using soft (cheaper) woods wouldn't give me the rigidity I needed. This guitar solves that problem with machined aluminum. I like the idea that all electronics are exposed simply by opening a lid secured by magnets.
    But I don't like the design (personally). And I need the option of a tremolo (I prefer Bigsbys, but am fine with a strat-types as well.)
    So I wish that they had taken the idea one step further: an aluminum frame, playable as-is, with replaceable, mod-able body parts.
     
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    I used to have a Dan Armstrong (clear) with the swappable pups. A great shame that didn’t catch on. The classics are great but Jesus Christ do we need more of the same? There are untold thousands of strats out there yet they keep pumping them out. Leo was an innovator. Yet here we are. Same old song and dance. Ahem Tesla and Space-x...could you keep it down?
     
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  7. Festofish

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    Sorry. I came in kinda hot!
     
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