#1
I tried one and thought it was realy muddy, but I wonder how it would be after the pickup change. It has really good woods supposedly. Anybody know about these. They are very pretty too.
#2
they kinda came outta no where, i heard guitar center actually bought em...
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#3
Are they any good. They are pretty cheap. I was thinking of maybe buying one, sanding the paint, and doing a custom paintjob.
#4
Yeah their pretty cool guitars

The only thing that was weird was the frets felt kinda funny playing them, I think they are super low profile ones.
#5
They used to be Brawley which was some other chain's house brand, now it's GCs. They are supposed to play nice, but they are made in China so I dunno about long term durability.
#6
Seems good enough.
I actually saw one in MF's catalogue, and it looked nice. And, it was the highest end starter set (The laguna and a 15 watt line 6 spider, which is better than most of the other starter amps they had). It said it had a basswood body, which is better than agathis or plywood any day, and it was reasonable good looking.
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