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Discussion in 'Other Guitars, other instruments' started by johannpotgieter, Oct 17, 2012.
It looks fresh and full of life.
Prince would like this 'Princess Isabella', I'm sure!
If that's the case then it would be attributed to either being neck heavy or body heavy. Those parabolic bodies, without hard edges, are just so comfortable that you don't even know its there. Nothing binds against your body or forearm or wrist and you get the feeling it's just your two hands and the neck. My friends Joe Satriani electric has this type of experience and it's a good design for a guitar body and I am surprised it wasn't around much earlier.
I have never played on the round edge guitars...but reading this i might just head out and try and find one!!
I'll stick to a strat for comfort playing. Plus I'm not a fan of gold hardware. But it's an interesting guitar.
Looks like a PITA to play sitting down...
Here is a brown one!!!still looks pretty sweet to me
Very nice! The white one looks like a piece of mint candy. Quite expensive candy, at that!
I really want one!!!as soon as i know where and when I'm moving so i can set my workshop up!!!
If your looking for a round edged guitar the Danelectro Dead On 67 Hornet springs to my mind it aint as pretty but still does the same job.
Jens Ritter makes a bass too. Lark Street had that guitar in stock - and now has this bass (kinda pricey for me). not sure how that would work sitting down!
That is amazing!!!great look to it!!!
I saw some of his basses on his site...they would look good in a collection hung on the wall just for their great look!!!
Will wait for the Classic Vibe version sure to come out in the not-so-distant future.
Also comes with matching Purse.
This is really cool! I love the look of the pickups!
Phil Lesh plays a couple sweet Ritter basses. His "Eyes of Horus" bass had LED fret markers which glowed bright blue and is now in the Smithsonian I believe.
Is there any other guitar builders that have the same feel to the than the ritters??