#2
Lol, yes, it's an applause, no, it isn't a fr style trem, theres no locks anywhere and is HSS not SSH
#3
It's just a random Fat Strat/Super Strat copy. Looks pretty nice though, congrats
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#4
Looks like a knock-off kinda guitar, but nothing wrong with it.

How does it play?
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#5
I meant FR style by it goes up and down. HSS, eh? Alright then, I thought we went from neck down...any more specifics on the model though?

Edit: It plays wonderfully! There was some tweaking that needed to be done when I got it, the action needed to be lowered, and after that the trem was sitting flat against the body, so it took me a while to get everything where it needed to be but it plays and sounds really good.

$50, why not?
Last edited by sprandel at Dec 12, 2008,
#6
Nice bargain, $50?

Lucky bastard!
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#7
**** $50 I want one now
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Digitech RP70 Guitar Processor
#9
Damn, you could put some money into her to make it sound good if it doesn't already.
#10
If I'm not mistaken... Applause is the squier-type brand of Ovation. However... I'm not sure if it's the same company since I've never heard of them making electric guitars. I could be mistaken, but once again, I'm not sure.
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#11
Dude, nice find for 50 bucks!
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#12
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If I'm not mistaken... Applause is the squier-type brand of Ovation. However... I'm not sure if it's the same company since I've never heard of them making electric guitars. I could be mistaken, but once again, I'm not sure.



I used to have one of those, in red.