#1
Anyone own one of these? I've almost scrapped my Gibson Faded V idea for this axe...

I don't expect too much out of the "fancy" Type V Alnico humbucker pickups.

But for $400, and all of the high praise I've heard, is it a great buy?

I'll replace the pups If I absolutely have to, I had thoughts of putting in 496R and 500T or JB/'59.

I play almost everything, and I love a thin neck.
#2
I own one and it's my main guitar.

Plays great after getting it setup with .11's

Neck isn't too thin, which is what I like although you might not.

Definitely try to get your hands on one to try before buying (granted I bought mine before trying it)
#3
Quote by azninvasion711
I own one and it's my main guitar.

Plays great after getting it setup with .11's

Neck isn't too thin, which is what I like although you might not.

Definitely try to get your hands on one to try before buying (granted I bought mine before trying it)


How would you characterize the neck? (D, C, U...)
#5
You would probably say? I'm gonna message Rondo and see what they say...

I could see myself buying this guitar for $400 right off the Internet. Why the hell not? Doesn't Rondo have a 30 day return policy?
#6
I have one and love it. The stock pickups aren't bad. I got the thin neck model and its very playable compared to the baseball bat sized necks I've played on other Les Pauls. The slim neck has a C shape neck that is wider and a little thinner than the strat I own. It's a great buy and the quality is top notch for $400.