#2
If thats an OFR, amazing deal, but I doubt it... It would be a great project guitar.
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#4
what would you do with 27 frets?!?! unless u shred of course...
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#5
27 frets wtf?

My main guitar has 20.
My electric has 22.
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#6
i think the bridge might be a problem. doesnt say the wood type. just wondering there.
not a bad price. its got the upgraded pickup and all.
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#7
dude if that's an ofr, then it's already worth more then what you bought it for
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#8
i looked it up and its solid maple body and neck, but the tremelo im not sure about, but its a step up from my current Ibanez Lo-TRS Trem
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#9
Off topic, the Lo TRS you have is a direct retrofit with an OFR.

EDIT: Solid maple body? That's gonna sound pretty harsh.
#10
ya, but i dont have the $ to fix it the OFR i find are more than the guitar, if this 1 sux i can swap the trem and bridge pickup

Harsh as in bright cuz i want that
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#11
reminds me of a caparison horus anyway mate good deal you got there. not a bad price at all either
#12
You could have bought an OFR instead of that guitar, if you live in the US. www.warmoth.com has them for like $170 for chrome. But anyways, I would definitaly change the DimeBag pickups since it is pretty muddy, never really liked it.
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#13
Yes, it will sound very bright. But I guess if that's what you want, then it's a great deal.
#14
kool, and i never tried the dimebuckers if they suck i can change em when i get a job, but again big step up from my Ibanez 470's V8

i also got the insurance for $3, i figured that way it is was messed up in anyway, ill get my $ back
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