Same here, tons of Charvel GAS lately.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.
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.Same here, tons of Charvel GAS lately.
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.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.