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Picked this one up on Reverb.

The fit and finish on this one is near perfect. It has a neck-through construction and a nice compound shape on the back which starts as a medium C at the top and ends as a flatter U shape towards the neck joint. Semi-hollow body, thankfully, because it is big and surprisingly heavy. Pickups are EMG 81/60. Not a huge fan of active pickups usually, but they work well in this guitar, both clean and dirty.

The main reason I got however was the Evertune bridge. I've been wanting to try one out for a while. That thing is sweet and totally lives up to the hype. Once adjusted, it really does hold tune perfectly and indefinitely. Intonation is spot on all along the neck. I have it setup so that the low E cannot be bent of tune, which is nice for more aggressive, heavier style of riffing. The other strings can bend as normal.

There's also something nice about the guitar being in tune whenever I pick it up that makes me want to just sit down and play more.

Here's a couple of pics! Cheers, d.


 

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I agree, that is pretty slick. Its funny how people can let things go for cheap that aren't working as expected when a lot of these issues are minor like a burr in the tuner. I don't know how many pedals I have fixed with simple issues. I bought a Big Muff in none working order for $20 and sold it for $60 after I resoldered a wire back on the power supply that had fallen off.
 

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We played a show with a guy who had one of these - he asked me for help with the bridge, and all I know is the tuning stability - not how to set them up haha.

Enjoy!
 
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