#1
Recently got this bad boy.

Specs:
-Alder body
-3 piece maple set neck
-Ormsby humbuckers w/ coil split
-Hipshot bridge and hardware
-Stainless frets
-Ebony fretboard
-25.5"-28.2" multiscale


Plays nice and fast, neck is thin, so is the body. Highly recommend checking out future Ormsby releases. These are sweet specs for a good price. Fanned frets FTW





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#2
Wow, that's... That's a very yellow guitar you've got there.

Very nice, too! HNGD
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#3
That thing is wicked looking!

I've yet to actually try an 8 string or multi-scale guitar, but I've been curious about them. Ditched a 7 string Agile I had a few months back w/a 27'' scale. Didn't like it on the upper register, but the tension was awesome for the lower strings.

Anyways, HNGD!
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#5
Quote by FlightofIcarus
That thing is wicked looking!

I've yet to actually try an 8 string or multi-scale guitar, but I've been curious about them. Ditched a 7 string Agile I had a few months back w/a 27'' scale. Didn't like it on the upper register, but the tension was awesome for the lower strings.

Anyways, HNGD!


Yeah I've found with the longer strait scale guitars you really do end up compromising somewhere on the neck. When the lower strings sound and feel good, the upper ones don't, and vice versa with shorter scale guitars. Having fanned frets solves this. Even playing in drop E, the lowest string still has some decent pull on it, and the higher scale feel just like normal, at 25.5"
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#6
Wow!

No...

WOW!
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#7
Congrats, looks like a fine guitar. What does that rectangular cover...cover?
#8
Quote by dthmtl3
Congrats, looks like a fine guitar. What does that rectangular cover...cover?


It's the control cavity for the switches, pickups, jack etc. Most guitars should have one either on the back or under the pick guard.
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#9
Dude. Dope. HNGD!
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#10
Quote by Dudage
It's the control cavity for the switches, pickups, jack etc. Most guitars should have one either on the back or under the pick guard.


That would be the oval one for the switches. I'm talking about the one behind the string holes.
#11
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#12
Quote by dthmtl3
That would be the oval one for the switches. I'm talking about the one behind the string holes.


Oh, my bad. I misread your post. It's just an ID plate. The 1st run Ormsby's had larger ones that got signed and numbered by Perry Ormsby. I'm on the 2nd run, so we just got normal ID plates
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