How do these feel compared to say, your average soloist horizon shape? I'm into what they are doing but can't shake the feeling that they look like some kind of squashed superstrat with that wide and thin body. Do Aristides feel like big/wide guitars?
Took me a long time to get into Sleep Token before getting it, including a live show where they were the support that just felt weird and cultist. Which I guess is their whole USP. These two singles are some of their best work though in my opinion.
When are we going to get this announced already! It's painfully obvious at this point and I'm actually surprised at how much we've seen of the Schecter without an announcement from them, Mayones or JB himself.
I'm surprised there aren't more Caparisons in this thread. They have been doing the HS config with Jackson Falcon long before it was even a Horus.
They don't seem too popular around here, someone on the first page admitted to not liking and flipping theirs pretty fast, anyone hesitate to guess...
Don't care what anyone says frozen sky is the best finish they have ever done. No idea why they moved away from the more uniform sponge finishes to what they do now, let alone frozen sky in particular.
I am also struggling to see the warped neck identifiers. I am assuming that looking at the OPs first pic the 24th fret looks straight but the first fret is angled? How would this feel in the hands when playing?
Will we ever see a 7 string horus I wonder? Is there something about that model that makes a 7 unviable?
Also, Caparison need to bring back the sponge finishes of old. the current finishes are too contrasting and don't 'blend' enough or me.