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  1. #25


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    Quote Originally Posted by playstopause View Post
    ^

    Oh yes, I remember that GJ version!



    Never seen anyone online or in the flesh with a GJ guitar.
    Same. Sometimes you can "obscure" yourself out of the market. Same goes for Wayne Charvel. Literally never seen anybody with one of his Wayne Guitars. Just goes to show how deep brand identity goes. It's more about the logo on the headstock than it is the actual human beings behind the build!
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  3. #26


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mattayus View Post
    Same. Sometimes you can "obscure" yourself out of the market. Same goes for Wayne Charvel. Literally never seen anybody with one of his Wayne Guitars. Just goes to show how deep brand identity goes. It's more about the logo on the headstock than it is the actual human beings behind the build!
    I have, in fact, seen guys with Waynes, but I guarantee I know more aging '80s rockers with money than you do.

  4. #27


    Join Date: Oct 2008
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    The whole '80s retro market has cooled off in the last few years, I think. Some of that market had been driven by the rarity of the most desirable original guitars, but production of reissue Charvels and Kramers may have taken some of the mojo out of that. Plus, the guys my age who were buying/collecting them are now starting to get more serious about retirement portfolios and less serious about owning a guitar that looks like the one in the Twisted Sister or Ratt videos.

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  6. #28


    Join Date: Jan 2021
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bloody_Inferno View Post


    My Vai fanboy sense is tingling.
    Exactly what came to my mind as soon as I seen this! greenie meanie!

  7. #29


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    Loving a lot of these. Roasted maple Stratheads with bright colors and SSH setups, with and without Floyds, in both Dinky and Strat styles.

    Also really like the look of those basses.

    Also, if the quality on these is anything like the Nova I picked up late last year, these are going to be killer.
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  8. #30


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    Quote Originally Posted by jacksonplayer View Post
    The whole '80s retro market has cooled off in the last few years, I think. Some of that market had been driven by the rarity of the most desirable original guitars, but production of reissue Charvels and Kramers may have taken some of the mojo out of that. Plus, the guys my age who were buying/collecting them are now starting to get more serious about retirement portfolios and less serious about owning a guitar that looks like the one in the Twisted Sister or Ratt videos.
    Speak for yourself. I'd totally be in for a Twisted Sister logo guitar. Fuck all y'all.

  9. #31


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    Quote Originally Posted by Not Mr. Test View Post
    Speak for yourself. I'd totally be in for a Twisted Sister logo guitar. Fuck all y'all.

  10. #32


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    Also whoa on the price jumps. The Angel 6 (love the colors) is $1600 now??

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