#2
404'ed.

what was that link supposed to be ?
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#6
Old news, but actually kinda cool.

I'd be curious to see how it actually sounded though, cutting holes that big in a guitar doesn't seem like it'd exactly make it sound good...
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#7
Very interesting... I've never seen anything like that before.
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#8
Is it just me or did they cut two more holes in a guitar and call it an "ingenious innovation"?
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#9
Quote by MatrixClaw
Old news, but actually kinda cool.

I'd be curious to see how it actually sounded though, cutting holes that big in a guitar doesn't seem like it'd exactly make it sound good...


My thoughts exactly... You'd think that it would **** with the guitar's resonance properties or something
#10
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Is it just me or did they cut two more holes in a guitar and call it an "ingenious innovation"?

We are talking about Gibson, after all.
Their idea of innovation is flipping guitars upside down and putting holes in them.
#11
Quote by 1010011010
We are talking about Gibson, after all.
Their idea of innovation is flipping guitars upside down and putting holes in them.


That isnt that new though, I saw them a few months ago. It would be interesting to see whether there is much difference in the sound.
#12
They have one of those at the Long & McQuade in Vancouver. It's pretty meh. Another hair-brained idea from a half-wit company.
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