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It's a Fernandes Classic Revolver, an older one since they don't make it in that finish any more. Rather the ones they do make now have figured maple tops:

http://www.fernandesguitars.com/classic-series/457-classic-series.html
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It's a Fernandes Classic Revolver, an older one since they don't make it in that finish any more. Rather the ones they do make now have figured maple tops:

http://www.fernandesguitars.com/classic-series/457-classic-series.html



so would a pro 81 be close enough or no? how does it compare to a damien elite avenger fr?

http://www.americanmusical.com/Item--i-FER-RP8108-LIST
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so would a pro 81 be close enough or no? how does it compare to a damien elite avenger fr?

http://www.americanmusical.com/Item--i-FER-RP8108-LIST


That classics have passive SD pickups and a vintage style trem, really not much the same at all. As for how they compare to other guitars, no idea, never played one; the only reason I knew what it was is because I recognised the logo on the headstock in the video.
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For most of his recording, if not all he uses his Schecter customs, but he will occasionally use other guitars to explore different sounds, like most guitarists
Fender > Gibson

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