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Discussion in 'Sevenstring Guitars' started by HeHasTheJazzHands, Oct 11, 2013.
I wish I could double like
I just had a closer look at the C-6 Pro photographs on the schecter website.
Seems like they don't care much about those photos.
Look at the dirt/dust collected at the last fret. And what appears to be a pube or something.
https://www.schecterguitars.com/images/store/product/C-6 PRO AQB INLAYS HIGHRES.jpg
If it were my job to take those close-up photos, I would have cleaned the guitar first...
Zado - are those purple Banshees going to be production models for 2019 possibly?
Wtf why don’t we get these? That top one is the closest to perfection I’ve ever seen. I’d route for a Floyd and that would be that.
Honestly I was wondering myself..Might be.
Dust's a feature
Man, tough crowd.
Have any DCGL prototypes ever gone into production? I think they only get the ones that do not become production models.
Sometimes they do, sometimes they don't....Personally I think the Banshee WILL be revamped, but in a totally different superstrat dress
At least it wasn't a pube stuck in or under the finish or something like that, that would really suck
Is this really that big of a deal? It's a guitar... who cares?
Whenever I take promotional pictures at work, I always make sure there's no pubic hair on the product.
I remember the 80es and 90es when pubic hair were fine.
Lots of Mohawks then.
WTF are these abominations?
This one I dig though
I saw these yesterday. The left is passable, but that right one.... my god what were they thinking??
In white finish the Apo would have been badass.
A full white Apocalypse would definitely be badass. Not this weird abomination posted above.
I'd take it in any solid color TBH.
EDIT: and probably go with a clean copper pickguard or patina'd better at least.
Solid snow white with a stainless steel pickguard. That'd be interesting