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I had one ten top, it was perfectly uniform flame. I much prefer anything quilt or flame with inconsistencies and character.
Core due to the inconsistency...and better looking than a homogeneous perfectly uniform 10-top! It's a looker for sure.
Wish I still had mine. I probably know enough now to get the tone I want out of it. I'd hang it next to my Hoyt.
That pot looks cross threaded. That's not OK.
I had a camo SE, had trouble getting the tones I wanted out of it, did better with other early...
Well done Private Joker. Amazing guitar.
It happens every once in a while on the side of the rosewood. From what I understand, once it's fixed it's fine.
Nice! Keep in mind that Antique White sounds even better.
These S2s are amazing. I love the necks, the Pattern Regular.
I have a CE24 Mahogany. I have bought and sold CE maple tops because they did not sound as good. I even swapped pickups and did blind tests with...
That trem block is stainless...very heavy in relation to the Volvo engine.
This is a dime special. Income is low at the moment, so I sold my EG which I didn't play much. Bought a beater USA Peavey Predator with with...
Yeah, the SC Trem is great and inexpensive on the open market. The USA VB pickup works stellar in them IMNHO
It's real, enjoy it.
We did a Pearly Gates bridge battle with the singlecut and the 245 last week. Clean, the singlecut sounds way better, the 245 is...
If you meant the picture of my Hoyt...most excellent. We'll be eating well this year, no tofu. Colorado has provided us with plenty of meat.
+1 on the Duncan Pearly Gates Bridge pickup. The neck is a bit too dark for me. The bridge rules.
SE with binding. Can't go wrong there.
Fun project Boogie!
As soon as hunting season is over, and before snowboarding is good, I'll be back to playing with all of Paul's good work.
Can you guess which 245 my wife and daughter thinks is nicer? Phone camera sucks, sorry. The one on the right is named after a man named Ted and...
Yes, an SE 245. My son has the SE Singlecut trem.
$1 per 0.1" scale length. No alcohol needed for that purchase.