#3
way too much binding, but the body shape almost looks good. a bit of tweaking and that could be a fine guitar.


but, it appears to have 2 input jacks?
#4
Quote by ginjaninja
way too much binding, but the body shape almost looks good. a bit of tweaking and that could be a fine guitar.


but, it appears to have 2 input jacks?


no they are switches, i'm guessing for coil splitting
#5
hmm... i reckon the binding is a bit too wide, but apart from that it looks awesome.
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#6
Yeah, they are switches. And I have no idea what they do.
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#7
Coil splitting switches. Made in Korea, not China.
The binding/inlay stuff is a bit ostentatious, but the Eagle is a classy shape.
#8
the classic eagle sounds great imo . i belive that one has rockford pups and mabey the piezo bridge pup. plus it an arch top. they discontinued my eagle model and started selling that one. but its basically the same guitar.
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