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    Those are sweet and pretty unique sounding. I used to pick one up at Mars Music occasionally. Really fat and warm sounding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacksonplayer View Post
    Very nice. Guild made some nice electrics but never got much recognition for it.
    S-100 is the only sg rip off I think looks better than the original

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    That's really cool!

    I see that Guild also made a bunch of shredder guitars in the 80's - pretty interesting for a company that's known mostly for acoustics and jazz boxes.

    Does it sound like a LP? I've heard some people say chambered LP's don't sound like proper LP's, but my Greco sure does sound like the idea I had in my head of what a LP sounds despite being chambered.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Markus View Post
    That's really cool!

    I see that Guild also made a bunch of shredder guitars in the 80's - pretty interesting for a company that's known mostly for acoustics and jazz boxes.

    Does it sound like a LP? I've heard some people say chambered LP's don't sound like proper LP's, but my Greco sure does sound like the idea I had in my head of what a LP sounds despite being chambered.
    It sounds like one to me? It's got the fat warm neck pickup and the brighter thinner bridge pickup I associate with vintage Gibsons (whether LP or ES).
    Quote Originally Posted by budda View Post
    Looks good dude! When you say a big neck, are we talking R9 kinda thing?
    Not sure, haven't played an R9. I try to avoid playing anything that costs more than a month's rent, it's better for my wallet
    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    Very cool.

    https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/zaftig

    I had to look it up.
    I have the best words.

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    Hard YES!







    Zaftig made me think of this:


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    Those are kick-ass guitars. Guild really never did get credit for the electrics they made, both the more traditional ones like that and the weird '80s stuff.

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    Read as NGD: Zalgo LP
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    Looks really nice
    How heavy is it? looks like a chonky boi.
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