#2
$7000 no thanks
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#5
Yeah if I happened to **** money that would definitely be on the top of my To-Wipe-My-Ass-With list.
#11
That is bloody cool.

EDIT:
WHIT! $7000, thats £3500. If I had that much money to spend on a guitar I'd buy a John Petrucci Music Man. And have change left over.

Think i'll wait for the £200 Encore one.
Last edited by <Craig> at Jun 26, 2008,
#13
It's cool, but I'm one of those annoying old-school types that thinks that outside of a guitar, stompbox and tube amp, anything that makes you sustain or sound cleaner is kind of cheating.

However, it does sound absolutely amazing. Worth the price? Probably not. But really cool.
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#14
Quote by bucky_2300
It's cool, but I'm one of those annoying old-school types that thinks that outside of a guitar, stompbox and tube amp, anything that makes you sustain or sound cleaner is kind of cheating.

However, it does sound absolutely amazing. Worth the price? Probably not. But really cool.

you contradicted yourself
#15
I guess I don't think its that awesome.... ?

The only part that is really "diffrent" per se is that mute thing, thats kinda cool.
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#16
Well worth $7000. I was blown away by the infinite sustain. So many possibilities.. Oh wow, that's just great.
#17
Yeah, $7000 is more than a little change but you've got to admit that this guitar is pretty damn innovative.
#22
Looks cool, but I'd need to hold it to be sure.
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#25
Very innovative, but to be honest the noises that thing makes are really killing my ears by the end of the video
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#26
That'll probably be the industry standard in 20-30yrs.
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