#1
Just wondering...

Would you rather have a guitar like this, with two humbuckers that are splitable, or would you rather have something like this, with a humbucker in the bridge, single coil in the neck, and 27 frets?

Like I said, just wondering. This has proved to be a pretty perplexing decision for some friends of mine. Personally, I think I'd almost rather have the 27 frets, as long as the single coil was hum canceling.
#2
doesn't mattias el eklundh use that first one??
and tbh i would rather have the first one, i very much doubt you would use those extra frest as much as you think you would.
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#4
They are both butt-ugly. Buy something good.
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#5
neither of them look like something that i would really want.
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#6
I'd go with the Horus (not the HGS version) because I love that neck single coil tone under high gain, not because of the extra frets, I can't imagine they see much use.

dark_gilbert: Eklundh actually has a signature caparison, the applehorn: http://www.kyowashokai.co.jp/caparison-eng/e-07product/e07applehorn.html

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#7
Get the second IF you NEED those 27 frets. Otherwise, not worth it.
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#8
first one, defo
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#9
I can't see anyone actually using all 27 frets that much, I'd go with the first
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#10
Since I own an Applehorn, I'll go for 27 frets

To be honest, when I play it I don't really mind the absence of a neck humbucker.

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I can't see anyone actually using all 27 frets that much, I'd go with the first


Even though you might not use them all the time, they're nice to have. Also, the upper fret access for the 24th fret (and below) is great thanks to the deeper cutaway.
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