#2
They might just be testing them out. I bet they'll be discontinued pretty soon just because of the radical shapes and not being very attractive radical shapes at that.
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#3
I'm sorry but have you heard of B.C. Rich? Those are radical unattractive shapes too.
#4
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They might just be testing them out. I bet they'll be discontinued pretty soon just because of the radical shapes and not being very attractive radical shapes at that.


No no no, the Falchion would look cool if it had blood splatters; besides Ibanez still makes the Xiphos and Iceman.
#5
I have no idea and the Halberd looks awesome. I first spotted it with that dude from ETF.
#6
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No no no, the Falchion would look cool if it had blood splatters; besides Ibanez still makes the Xiphos and Iceman.

The Iceman is a re-release, and the new ones are a far cry from the originals.
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#10
>_> I thought the Falchion and Halberd were already out? I saw them on the Long and Mcquade site.
#11
That Glaive or whatever it's called looks like a B.C. Rich Beast. And Muhammed Suicmez grew his hair long. I didn't recognize him at first.
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