Seven String Holcomb SE Pretty Much Confirmed

Discussion in 'Sevenstring Guitars' started by theicon2125, Jun 1, 2019.

  1. Razerjack

    Razerjack SS.org Regular

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    Interested, but also slightly conerned about the neck. The six string version has a nice bulky rounded neck but if they keep the thickness on the sevenstring it might be too chunky for my taste.
     
  2. jephjacques

    jephjacques BUTTS LOL

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    core series 7 when
     
  3. Jake

    Jake GAS Master

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    PRS pls
     
  4. HeHasTheJazzHands

    HeHasTheJazzHands greg rulz ok

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    I don't remember the neck on my SVN being too bad. Then again I have huge hands and was never bothered by the Schecter Hellrasier "baseball bat" claims. Also my main guitar is based on a Gibson '50s neck. :lol:
     
  5. MrWulf

    MrWulf SS.org Regular

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    I must be the only other one with small hands but enjoy relatively thicker neck. The worst neck i've had to play was the Jackson thin D profile on my 7. Sometimes it can make things a bit crampy.
     
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  6. MAJ Meadows SF

    MAJ Meadows SF on a tone quest

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    Yeah you like 'em thick and chunky. Like Campbell's Soup. LOL
     
  7. ESPImperium

    ESPImperium @ESPImperium

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    Probably get a S2 series first, probably in the £1500 range, that will probably be the same in dollars id recon. I think a Custom and Singlecut version. Id think they will go for a 26" scale as well.
     

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