#3
I'm sure it's a decent enough guitar but the very fact that it's a signature guitar means that there are better guitars for the money.
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#4
Lol.

First I saw the pickups, then the fact that the inlays are numbers. Wow. If I'm going to buy a $2700 guitar, you'd think I'd know which frets are which.
#5
That guitar is beautiful, and Becker is amazing.
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#6
Ugly headstock, cool guitar. I wish I had some funky coloured pickups.
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#8
Damn nice!

Although I must say I like the headstock on his Peavey better...
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#9
I'd feel pretty ridiculous playing something with fret inlays like that in a live setting. The pickups too for that matter.

Kind of a lack of schematics on that page for me to really say anything else though.
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#10
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Lol.

First I saw the pickups, then the fact that the inlays are numbers. Wow. If I'm going to buy a $2700 guitar, you'd think I'd know which frets are which.

I dig it, it's the irony that Becker has a guitar that looks like a toy with fret numbers, when hes a friggen' virtuoso
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#11
it looked pretty sick to me. i havnt heard much becker though
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