#1
And I am really surprised. A steady crunchy sound, huge playability, nice in-tune tremolo. One of the best guitar I tried for blues/rock/hard rock..

Anyone else has experiences with Charvel?
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#3
..maybe it's the guy who owns the guitar, he's real master of making setups for guitars...
The song explains an emotion, as an end to lifelong mysteries, and the fantasy, for the fantasy is final result of reality...
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Josip Pesut
#4
A strathead or pointy headstock? There's a reason they go for so much money. They're great guitars, period.
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#6
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I played a newer SoCal model.. didn't like the neck one bit.

well... that's just too unbandwagonny for my tastes.
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#7
I've played a surprising amount of Charvel's once I start thinking about it.
My old teacher has one- he's loved it since he got it wayy back in the day.
And i've played a handful of modern San Dimas's, Two out of my Three experiences were good, but one was set up in a way that didn't work for me.
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