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You've got some balls scalpelling your tongue, mine's stretched to 10G but I couldn't scalpel it. My earlobe was bad enough
Agile's a bit pointless for Canada. Vintage have, I believe, better distribution in Canada so they should be cheaper and arguably the better Vintage models are better than the equivalent Agile. In the last couple of years Vintage have really stepped up their game, especially in their Advance series.
It's worth mentioning that although the Peter Green model is nice, it's actually no different from the normal Vintage V100 LP copy, just the neck pickup is wired out of phase with the bridge pickup. If that's a tone you really like then go for it, but that is the only real difference, int erms of build quality and whatever the regular V100's are just the same. Also, I'm not too up on the prices in Canada, but here in the UK you can get a Vintage Advance AV1 LP copy for about the same (if not lower) price than the Peter Green regular Vintage. The Advance AV1 gets higher grade body wood, slightly nicer hardware, ivory or graphite nut (depends on the finish; regular Vintage models have a plastic nut), coil split and a thumb cutout above the neck join for slightly better upper fret access. Really worth looking into.
HOW CAN ANYONE HATE A JCM 900?!?
It is a sweet job... I mean, I always found the cream colour strats dull... but the red and the designs make the strat look amazing!
How much did the paint job cost you?
It feels like the suped-up Japan cars!
sweet looking strat.
I'm more impressed by the paintjob on the strat than I am by the amp, sorry to say.
Did you paint the strat yourself or did someone do it for you?
Did you do the design yourself? It's beautiful!