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A friend of mine and myself made a fun 2 day trip out to Providence, RI where I traded a TB2000 for this 2012 Electrical Guitar Company 1000s. It's essentially a beautiful marriage of a Travis Bean and a Veleno, with the thinnest neck you'll probably ever see on a guitar. I also was able to get some money out of the guy I was trading with in Providence to help with trip expenses, and ended up coming home with over $100 after gas, food, toll, etc..
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Congrats! A friend of mine in NH started building aluminum necks, so if you want a jaguar with that kind of neck then you can have it haha.
 

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Unique looking guitar.
 

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The thin neck would be a deal breaker for me, but I dig everything else about the guitar. I wonder if they have addressed the stability issues that plagued the originals? I remember seeing an interview with Kim Michell where he described the problems that he had with an aluminum necked guitar in the studio.
 
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