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Discussion in 'Sevenstring Guitars' started by Church2224, Dec 15, 2015.
Or the Iron Label 27 inch Baritone models and Multiscale 7 and 8...
They never made a baritone 7-string except for the RGDs.
Always wanted one of these!
Yeah I went back and noticed he was talking about 7's. My bad.
Isn't the new RGA 7 a 26.5? nevermind They are 25.5 as well.
Not true, there were those 27 inch 7-string XL models, although not to many of them were made I guess.
I covered that in my previous reply as well.
For the record, with that quote, I was covering the 7-string range.
yeah its pretty muhc mi opinion in color tastes
I know mahogany is naturally red-ish. But I only saying that because Im selling my LTD ec mostly because I couldnt cope with the red back anymore, it looks awful for me. In this guitar it was fine as the color palette of it allowed for that to happen.
But when you have a guitar like the RGA or those S series with Black/grey stain, Grey, White binding, and black hardware, even a ebony board (dark black-ish wood). Im sorry but a red-ish brown do not fit on that color wheel/palette at all
give me the same wood but with a black stain, grey stain, see-trough black. Im not talking about cheap glossy paint. And I know its possible because one of the reasons I want a BTB-33 that its on my local shop is because the back of it the mahogany wings came with a really dark almost black color on it, as opposed to the "red" you normally see online for other stores. Even as using the top stain for the back can work too, if the guitar top has a grey stain, apply that to the back, or if its a dark blue, then do the same for the back too
even as a plain swamp ash (light neutral wood) would fit heaps better than "red"
even worse when its a flat black stain color or a dark blue stain like they have done for other models too. That red stands out waaay too much. It does kills the vibe of the guitar. Does not fit.
Youse guys think they'll offer the FR with a trem at any point?
That Antique White ahm looks too good to be true