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Aww thank you guys!

I feel like I grew a new back my MG.org hymen and I'm re-popping it.... hurts so good. :wub:
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I still can't sweep pick. You said you'd show me the way and then you brobandoned me. :(

I'm glad you're back. :wub:
 

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That thing looks like it plays like a dream! I'm generally not a reverse headstock guy, but I really, really dig the look of that!

And for fuck's sake, I've got 10 years on Angel in playing time and I can't play 1/16th of the way he does!
 

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To be honest, all of these Charvels showing up - including the Angel sig - have given me gas for a ProMod. If the neck is close to a Fender modern C, I can deal with that. If it's Wizard thin, I can't.

But that signature model is really classy-looking. Grats.

Maybe later this year, I'll look into Charvel.
 

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If the neck on those DK24's is like the SoCal/San Dimas then its not wizard thin at all.

Its Thicker than a Wizard, Thinner than a Fender MIM and the American Pro, slightly Thinner than the Jackson SDX (Adrian Smith) that is very very similar and even interchangeable. Also Thinner than the EVH Stripped MIM. Sorry I cant compare with US Charvels, never had one in my hands.

Its a very very comfortable Neck.
 

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To be honest, all of these Charvels showing up - including the Angel sig - have given me gas for a ProMod. If the neck is close to a Fender modern C, I can deal with that. If it's Wizard thin, I can't.

But that signature model is really classy-looking. Grats.

Maybe later this year, I'll look into Charvel.
Same here, tons of Charvel GAS lately.
 

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Same here, tons of Charvel GAS lately.
I played Satchel's new green sig at Scam Cash last weekend and REALLY dug it. My buddy isn't big on flashy finishes and hates Floyd's spent a few minutes with it and said "I'm almost so in love with this guitar I'm willing to ignore the whammy and the finish." I'm in a weird spot right now where I'm really burned on metal so I don't see myself buying anything suited in that genre lately, but man...it'd sure be fun to have for when I feel like going weedly wee for a few hours.
 

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Reverse 7-string Strathead FTMFW :metal:
:agreed: Plus, if it plays anything like the other DK24s I've played - and I'm sure it does - it'll be a killer guitar. Charvel is making the best stuff at their price point that I've played.
 

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When a lot of people say that don't like basswood, it's probably based on playing an Ibanez RG. With those paper-thin necks, there's not enough edge to their sound. Other basswood guitars I've played with bigger necks sound great.
Yeah, I kinda have to agree with this. Plus, basswood with a 3/4" maple top is the stuff of the gods - there are a lot of Andersons out there that sound great with that combo.
 

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Hey Angel do these have an AN set or AN/TZ set. I see it listed different in different literature. I may have a “friend” that just ordered one, so I’m curious. LOL
 

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Sorry to pseudo necro the thread - in the video I noticed Angel mentioning he used to play with different bands in different tunings like Drop C and Drop B and he wanted a 7 to cover his bases for all those. I’m curious to know what his approach or philosophy was for that, as it could have been something similar to one of the main reasons why I first got a 7 in the past (I figured I could capo things up for dropped standard tunings like C# or D, and I could put it in drop A and capo it to be in drop C or B or whatever I wanted basically).
 
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