#1
I know someone who has one and he says there are only 50 in the world.
Apparently if you wobble them it produces vibrato?
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#4
sure hes not just talking about the tremelo trick? roll one of your pick ups volumes back then switch between that pick up and another... provided you have more then one pick up and volumes for more then one
#8
I actually really like them.

Great starter guitars because they are very durable.

I'm considering getting a Stealth Aurora at some point.
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#11
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What does "VibraCell" sound like?


It's kind of like basswood, only bigger (does that make sense?). It resonates very well (helps that it's made out of one solid piece).

Once you get past the whole "it's not made out of wood" feeling, you might just like one .

EDIT: I guess by "bigger," I mean "fuller." It has a very even response and sounds very clear. Go play one .
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#12
They sound interesting to me, although I doubt I'll find anywhere stocking them in the UK to try them.