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  1. Manurack

    Manurack Nunavut Inuk

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    [​IMG] My heavily modded Fender Stagemaster 7 string.
     
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    Manurack Nunavut Inuk

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    [​IMG]My heavily modded Fender Stagemaster 7 string.

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  3. Manurack

    Manurack Nunavut Inuk

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    My heavily modded Fender Stagemaster 7 string. 20180407_230133~2-1.jpg [​IMG]My heavily modded Fender Stagemaster 7 string.

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    BrailleDecibel 55.0r6 R36ul@r

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    !!!!!!!!!!~Untitled.jpg !~.jpg Hell yes man, that looks so epically great! :D Heavily modded Stagemaster twinsies!! ;)
     
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    Manurack Nunavut Inuk

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    Nice dude! Mine was originally blue with dual DiMarzio Air Nortons. I hated the fat strat look on mine, so I reshaped the body with a band saw and reshaped the headstock back in 2011 and threw in a DiMarzio Deactivator in the bridge. Oddly enough... Mine looks like an early prototype Solar Guitars 7 string - the shape of the body and headstock are very similar.

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    BrailleDecibel 55.0r6 R36ul@r

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    Feeling that color man!! :yesway:
     
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    BrailleDecibel 55.0r6 R36ul@r

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    Tim "The Tele-Man" Taylor comin' atcha with another episode of "Home Improo-DJENT" :lol: TOOLMAN.jpg
     
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    mrdm53 SS.org Regular

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    HNGD for me! Stranough Guitars 8 strings custom

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    2 pcs Swamp Ash body
    3 pcs Maple-Walnut neck
    Ebony Fingerboard w/ Stainless steel frets (20" radius)
    Duncan Solar Pickups
    Aldridge Empire bridge w/ brass saddle and solid brass ferrule
    Hipshot locking tuner

    Sound and plays awesome!
     
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    s2k9k SS.org Regular

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    I see a lot of very beautifuls guitars here !

    Here is mine

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    I love that guitar. It's a little bit pricey here in France (1700€) but I wanted a baritone guitar, I like the snakebyte shape and the quilted maple is beautiful
     
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    Playing with my macro lens.
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    ChugThisBoy SS.org Regular

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    My Ormsby GTR TX 7:

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    777timesgod Stop reading this...I said stop!

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    Did it come with their Nunchaku/Cream (if I got that right) pickups? Was not a fan of them when I heard videos of them being played. Do most Ormsby owners swap them our or keep them?
     
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    ChugThisBoy SS.org Regular

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    I'm not sure what pickups are in my model but they are stock 100%. Maybe I can check in the future.
    About the sound of them - I was quite surprised when I started playing. I knew that they are medium output ones and that's definitely true. But I like the sound. They can be agressive and are very 'transparent', meaning I can hear every note while playing big chords. That being said I'm not planning to change them but I have some serious problems with microphonic feedback because of poor waxing work (thanks to some SS members I know that this is the reason of the feedback).

    tl;dr version: I like them but you have to get use to the sound and adjust your amp of modeller to get great response.
     
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    777timesgod Stop reading this...I said stop!

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    The guitar seems classy and I would like an Ormsby if I am going to go down the multiscale road (which I am tempted to go for). I am always bothered of course when guitars over the 1k mark do not have big name hums though. Just a personal peeve I guess.
     
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    ChugThisBoy SS.org Regular

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    I gonna definitely recommend the GTR TX :) It's my first axe with multiscale and it's quite challenging to paly I must say (finger strech). About the hums, I think Perry is well aware of the quality of their pickups. And that's why they're using them instead of other brands.
     
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    Well I mean... same could be said for Ibanez using their own pickups? Manufacturers are acutely aware of the price of their own pickups vs. third party.
     
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    KnightBrolaire unofficial sso pickup tester

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    i've yet to try any ibby oem pickups that were actually good enough not to swap out. the ormsby ones are actually quite good and i don't feel the need to swap em
     
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    Yea, Ibanez OEM are shit. But I'm just saying it's really painting Perry in a great light to look at a cost-saving choice and say, "He does it for the quality!!" He didn't start outsourcing to Korea because of quality. It's okay, it's a business, but yea...
     
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    asmegin_slayer cali-cornia bluffer

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