Ya there is a lot of potential for a company 'doing it right'. Reverend in the States imports all their guitars, but they take the time to do the QC themselves and set them up before shipping them out. And as mentioned Rondo puts out a pretty good product, and has one of the best return policies out there. A Canadian company could adopt similar systems and do pretty well.Yeah I just saw their ad at the top of the page as well, who knows they might be awesome like SX and Agile. I guess we'll soon find out when a couple of people get the guts to buy one.
EDIT: Sweet, they are offering a 30 day return policy, so if you're not satisfied you can just return em.
+1 to that... if you guys offer that white LP and the SG with mahogany bodies I'll guarantee I'd buy atleast one of each. Offer a white SG with a mahogany body and I'll buy two SGs... offer a LP with an unfinished maple neck and I'll buy two LPs... haha.Thanks for posting.
There is one thing I don't understand though. Rondo offers quite a few guitars made from more traditional woods for those models. Eastwood, another Canadian company offers and SG style guitar that is mahogany body and mahogany neck. I am just curious why you and some other companies choose to use the woods you do for similar models? I don't notice a big difference in prices on imports when the different woods are used, but I notice a big difference in tone. So why not use the 'right' wood?
If you guys offered something like a double cut Junior/Les Paul Special made of mahogany I think you'd clean up.