#1
Anyone try it yet? I can't find a single review for it online.
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#2
Not tried it but it certainly looks more interesting to me than the Dave Murray model from Fender.
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#3
nah but i'd buy it from the specs and its looks. probably identical to a strat but with jackson neck.
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#4
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Not tried it but it certainly looks more interesting to me than the Dave Murray model from Fender.


I actually think they both look awesome as hell. To me the only think I don't like about the Murray is that it only has 21 frets, but it is modeled after his fender. I'm not a huge jackson fan but I think the Smith model looks pretty amazing.
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#5
I think the trouble with any signature model is that they invariably contain some interesting ideas but they're not what you'd have if you had your own model and for the price of many of them (certainly the Dave Murray Fender) you could have a guitar built for you by a company like Ran.
Gibson Les Paul Studio with Catswhiskers pickups
PRS SE 'Floyd' Custom 24 with Creamery pickups
Fender Standard Stratocaster with DiMarzio pickups
Takamine GN30
BluGuitar AMP1
#6
Quote by Doadman
I think the trouble with any signature model is that they invariably contain some interesting ideas but they're not what you'd have if you had your own model and for the price of many of them (certainly the Dave Murray Fender) you could have a guitar built for you by a company like Ran.


Agreed. Signature models are rediculously overpriced. Only die hard fans would buy it. Sadly, I'm one of those fan boys who cream their pants at the mention of Maiden and would spend $2,000 on a guitar because it has Dave or Adrian's signature on it.
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lemme share something with you guys, if you wanna get chicks, all you gotta do is stand around and look metal. screw finding the chicks, once they see how metal you are, they'll be all over ya.
#7
Looks like a good guitar, but $2000? No thank you. I think I'll get a guitar suited more to my specs for that sort of money.
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