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Discussion in 'Other Guitars, other instruments' started by blowtorch, Aug 5, 2019.
No, I've dealt with that on different guits, you just adapt to it
(Four knobs, of course)
Put it in a window in the sun for a few weeks and see what the finish does. The logo bothers me a bit, but they didn't try to sell it to you as an authentic "Gibsun." Just so no one tries to do that somewhere down the line.
Happy New Guitar Day
Thank you for the happy NGD wishes! I am really digging it
I'll have the opportunity to try it out at a band rehearsal in a few
For what it's worth, I went browsing eBay upon seeing your thread and stumbling across a few actual vintage Byrdlands in addition to these copies I found that, well
looks like the headstock inlay is authentic to what a Byrdland is supposed to be. I had no idea they looked like this tbh.
But I'm really intrigued by having a Byrdland-ish thing, at least at this price point. Is this the actual 23.5 inch scale length, or is it more a normal Gibson scale?
Yes, which I am finding I love
BTW, @thunderbyrd is to blame for all this madness!
who is using my name in vain? oh, yes, I see. yes, it's my fault. those are great guitars. an almost byrdland that anybody can afford.
I had totally forgotten that you'd also had your Starshine swapped out for a Gibson
So it sounded good at prac last night if maybe a little strident: I was playing through a (non master vol) Bassman into a cab that stood about shoulder height, and while I couldn't crank it enough to achieve the grit I wanted, the bit that I did have it turned up made it a little painful.
These Byrdlands are naturally pretty zingy, for a Gibson model
So if I'm looking to pick one of these up I'd have no fear of it being a crappy Chinese guitar that only LOOKS good? Because man now I'm WAY too interested. Do P90 version pop up sometimes, because that would be most ideal I think....
Just keep an eye on ebay. I've seen these:
I've got to say, I can only vouch for the quality of the ones I've received. My guess is, it's a gamble everytime