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cardinal

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I despise the black cherry finish and the headstock is maybe a bit dorky compared the reverse headstock on the other, but at least this new one has a straight neck with plenty of room on the truss rod in either direction. Flawless fretwork too. Easiest guitar I've set up in a while (once I shimmed the Floyd to match the fretboard radius).

Put the red one in drop D and left the rainbow one in Standard.
 

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I despise the black cherry finish and the headstock is maybe a bit dorky compared the reverse headstock on the other, but at least this new one has a straight neck with plenty of room on the truss rod in either direction. Flawless fretwork too. Easiest guitar I've set up in a while (once I shimmed the Floyd to match the fretboard radius).

Put the red one in drop D and left the rainbow one in Standard.
Very nice trio. :metal:
 

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I still pick up my metal guitars when writing music, but 99% of the time I’m just playing on the couch I‘m playing these-

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The grain on this body is what made me buy it-

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It looks like pine but the seller said it‘s ash, I really can’t tell. It’s lighter than I’d expect a pine body to be, but I’ve never held a piece of pine that was dried out enough to use for a guitar.

Had to get rid of all that new/white plastic on it because it was too start of a difference, did the soak-in-coffee trick with the trem bar tip and it came out perfect! (Not in this pic)
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