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Iggick

Silverado

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Nov 28 16 9:25 PM

Sorry no one has played one.
It would be interesting to hear an evaluation.
They look cool as hell.
In an anime sort of way...
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gtoledo3

Aqua Marine

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Dec 6 16 11:56 AM

Yeah. Kind of reminds me of Mosrites too, which were obviously also derived from strats.

There were a couple/few other pickup variations. Curious what those pickups sounded like.

But with the Strat style pickups I guess there are probably many aftermarket choices that would be a fit.

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gtoledo3

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Dec 6 16 12:37 PM

It's not my fav headstock, but I think it works aesthetically with the guitar.

I find the PRS headstock less aesthetically pleasing in combo with the guitars they are on, to think of something off the top of my head. Not that they're horrible.

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jzombie

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Dec 6 16 12:52 PM

Yeah, I agree, just made me think about the importance of aesthetics in the gear we choose to use. Obviously when you're performing with something it takes on a bit more importance; otherwise my preferences might prevent me from using something really cool, which would be a shame.

Anyway, let us know if you end up getting one, or finding someone who has!

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maarvold

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Dec 6 16 12:57 PM

gtoledo3 wrote:
Yeah. Kind of reminds me of Mosrites too, which were obviously also derived from strats...

Yes--I also felt a Mosrite twinge, as well as an even lesser Jazzmaster one--maybe something with the relocated pickup switch/90 degree sunken pots on the JM.  

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