#1
So what do you guys think of this?

I don't know whether to be weirded out or be incredibly impressed.
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#3
Quote by dsubstanceuk
I think it looks pretty ugly.



looks kinda ugly yeah.


but plays like sex if you know how to play it right.
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#4
It looks weird from the pink and yellow paint stripes that go through it. Its pretty amazing when the lights are turned off. I like it though, its different.
#5
I agree,

It ain't exactly a classy guitar but it's cool
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#6
Would be frikkin cool to gig with :p

but yeah, it's old
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#7
I 'd wont one as the most awesome nightlight ever, if I was a rich =]
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#9
are you actually considering buying one like???
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#11
Quote by godofshred
when i got to play one at LGS, it definatley felt special
and looks rather cool also


It better!

With a price tag like that I can imagine you'd want something special.


The Sam Ash in NYC has (or at least had) one, it didn't look to spectacular in the setting they had it in (hung on a wall, next to a bunch of other expensive guitars).

I find this guitar can look stunning, provided it has the right background.

On the winter NAMM stand they had a grey brick background and it completely ruined the effect if you ask me.
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#12
Quote by BrianApocalypse
It's got 6105 frets?

sounds versatile!


Ever heard of fretgauge?