Suhr Pro Series S4 Electric Guitar in Bahama Blue - Electric Guitars - Right Handed - Electric Guitars - Guitars & Amps | Cosmo Music | Cosmo Music
One thing that I've always loved is a strat. I've had various fenders over the years, and the strat/superstrat shape is one I constantly find myself going back to. Hence why my Dominion sits on my wall and my LP's have found themselves new homes.
Being a light trem user, locking trem vs non locking trem is really a non issue. That it comes with hipshot locking tuners would give me the impression that with a good nut job it would hold tuning and what not similar to my JP6, which I've got no problem with.
Now, my band tunes down to drop C and I've owned a variety of guitars over the years that have gone down to drop C without issue.
My real issue is that if I pull the trigger on this, I have to do it sight unseen - I really want to avoid the hassle of buying and returning if I don't have to.
That out of the way, I know there are a few Suhr aficionados on the board here that can probably give me some great information about the instrument. So anything you've got to tell me would be hugely appreciated!
Why not get a Jim Root strat for 1/2 the cost?
Suhr, it's not as pretty, but easily just as effective.(sorry I had to). Dude you can fully spec out a Carvin C66 at that price too. Suhr's are great, but for $2300? There's an ocean of options, almost literally anything.