#1
what solid body guitar, do you guys think, has the largest body? i can name the schecter tempest custom for one
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#2
i vaguely recall some video of a 16-foot long flying-v.

explorers are pretty heavy. "yeah, heavy metal!"
#3
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i vaguely recall some video of a 16-foot long flying-v.

explorers are pretty heavy. "yeah, heavy metal!"

This?
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#5
I don't think that counts. It's probably not a solid-body. If it was, it would weigh as much as a small tree. If he can hold that and play at the same it's probably hollow or semi-hollow
#6
Dean MLs and explorers are pretty big. Doublenecks? That schecter isnt really that big tho.
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#7
James Hetfield's double neck esp exlorer how could it not have the most
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#8
Biggest single neck I remember was a 60's Burns but for pure shoulder killing weight, nothing compared to my LP Black Beauty Ebony. That was heavier than a Precision Bass.
There was the H&S triple neck SG but they went bust, I think.
#9
I remember the guys from Gorky Park used to play Kramers shaped like Balalaikas. I almost bought it for $500 about 5 years ago.

Good thing I didn't- here's one of them for $400!
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Given the balalaika's shape, the body has to be at least 3' across.

And as I recall, the bass player's gear was similarly shaped, and was nearly as wide as he was tall.
#10
Explorers are huge. Firebirds are almost the same size, I believe.
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#12
This:
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#15
Oh Christ, not this again :P

As far as normal guitars go, I'd say some of the larger Deans and the Explorer.
#18
That, I do not know.

My guesses:

1) He doesn't.

2) Like Michael Angel Battio or the guys in ZZTop, perhaps he has some kind of some kind of special rig.
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That, I do not know.

My guesses:

1) He doesn't.

2) Like Michael Angel Battio or the guys in ZZTop, perhaps he has some kind of some kind of special rig.


That, or he holds the thing like the beatles, with the first guitar like, under his chin.
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I tried it out in store.

Great neck, nice n light, good tuning stability. Overall a good guitar. I didn't but it cause I generally only buy guitars over a grand now.
#20
For single necked LP guitar's, it's bucketheads.
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