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Old 10-20-2011, 04:35 PM
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http://www.americanmusical.com/Item--i-KRM-KMVR-LIST

I better start selling of gear to pay for this sucker !

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Old 10-26-2011, 06:39 PM
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Wow that sucker looks gorgeous! but wow, $919. That's a lot of cash to cough up for a Korean guitar. The Charvels are nice as hell and at least made in Japan, or a used USA model for similar price.

Hmm... maybe used though. OFR looks good too (though I'm sure it's a ping or 1000 series trem not a german one.)
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Pacer Vintage looks good too, plus Truss rod adjust at the headstock! I'd probably go for that first since it's more reasonable at $750 or so. I hate the color though, it'd be way sexier as a cherry or normal sunburst instead of the weird brown color it is.

Maple body! Hell yeah! okay now I want one. Plus it has a Jazz in the neck instead of a '59 like everyone else is doing nowadays. I love the SH-2.
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i wish i still had my 84 reissue
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Maple body! Hell yeah! okay now I want one. Plus it has a Jazz in the neck instead of a '59 like everyone else is doing nowadays. I love the SH-2
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Maple body! Hell yeah! okay now I want one. Plus it has a Jazz in the neck instead of a '59 like everyone else is doing nowadays. I love the SH-2
I used to be a JB and Jazz fan boy until I got a ProAxe with a 59N and that converted me. The 59 has a better dirty I think but if you are looking for some spectacular cleans the Jazz is for you. I use a 59B in the middle position instead of a JB in my NightSwan too and love it.
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uh, forgive me if I'm wrong but is Mrace a bot of some kind? All of his posts are copy-pasted sentences from other people's posts..
Looked weird to me
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I think there are several bots lurking about.
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i feel like a bot........



BTW, what's a bot?
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