#1
Im looking to get a 7 string soon, this is a guitar from a Swedish brand called Woodo



Pickups: Kent Armstrong
Body: Ebony + Bass Wood
Controls: Vol, Tone
Neck: Hard Maple
Switch: 5-way Switch
Fretboard: Ebony
Tuners: Wilkinson
Frets: 24 F
Bridge and Tail: Licensed Floyd Rose
Scale: 25 1/2"
Hardware: Colour Black
Finish: Natural Satin
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costs around 1000$, seems pretty expensive? though it looks so nice!
What do you guys think?
#2
Price isn't too bad if it plays nicely. I'd expect a nicer bridge for the price though. Do you know where it's actually made?
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#4
Ooh. No way I'd pay that much for a Korean guitar. It's up to you though.
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#5
I am a total noob when it comes to best manufacturing countries, but i thought it seemed a bit expensive so it may not be worth it.. Thanks man
#6
7 string, regular scale, licensed floyd rose, made in South Korea.. I really wouldn't pay that much for it. Maybe 700 U.S dollars, not 1000.
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#7
Look into Agile Guitars. They make some nice 7 and 8 strings for a pretty reasonable price.
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#9
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Yea i totally would.. but i live in Sweden so i don't know if a could get one


It'd hardly be worth it at that point. I've heard far too many horror stories about shipping to foreign countries from Rondo. No doubt they put out quality stuff, but the lack of a warranty, and the whole things can be messed up bad in shipping deal makes it a massive risk. On sevenstring.org there was a NGD for one of those, they loved it. Problem is they're really hard to try first, but if you can, go for it. I'd recommend a high end Ibanez or Schecter before I'd recommend them, only because I've played a few of both and I can offer my opinions on them.

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