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New Charvel just came in. I didn't realize that today is also 14 years since my first lesson. I decided not to bring out the Deans for a full family pic. It's surprisingly lighter than the other two also. The shipping label was a nice meta touch. Letting my bogner warm up right now to play it loud.
 

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******* is the official MG superstrat dealer. :lol:

Solid fiddle sir! Crackle FTW! :woohoo:
 

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******* is the official MG superstrat dealer. :lol:

Solid fiddle sir! Crackle FTW! :woohoo:
This strat redefines what a super strat is. I always thought it was just a strat with humbuckers and a floyd. Nope, gotta have that, a coil tap, and killswitch too. *d tuna. Can't forget about that.

I do like how the body is almost a so cal but with a few more curves and the jackson neck plate. It's pretty much armed for war. Really tight sound too. I guess the pick ups aren't as high output as my other guitars but that'll make it easier to record things that aren't metal.
 

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Lol that label
that was a nice touch. Im gonna have to cut that off and save it. Beats the time when my friend sent me copyright papers for a song we collabed on and he put the header of the envelope as "Max Martin"
 

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My *** label is "Leon's Wayward Home for Mesas" :lol:
 

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Ive got the D tuna perfected now. Really cool to go from standard to drop d in a second.
 

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That is a nice axe man, enjoy it!
 

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"Friend" is such a loose term isn't it? Because they sound a feel different you soulless heathens!!!!
 

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There are friends and then there are acquaintances, his seem like the latter.
Na they're my friends. They just don't understand why I would want more guitars. Probably the same reason why I don't understand why people need 6 sports cars.
 

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You cant compare Guitars with Sports Cars...

One used to get a poor person chicks, the other would get you all the chicks you want but you needed to be rich in the first place :)

Ok now getting serious and On Topic.

Hows does the Plywood differs in sound from the normal wood ones?
 

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You cant compare Guitars with Sports Cars...

One used to get a poor person chicks, the other would get you all the chicks you want but you needed to be rich in the first place :)

Ok now getting serious and On Topic.

Hows does the Plywood differs in sound from the normal wood ones?
Honestly I don't think the difference is huge. Im starting to wonder how much wood type actually affects the tone.
 

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Honestly I don't think the difference is huge. Im starting to wonder how much wood type actually affects the tone.
Im basically convinced that the differences are a thing we feel when playing because we are in contact with it and feel the vibrations, but otherwise and unless we are playing total clean, the differences will fade and its hard if not impossible to decipher, especially listening to a recorded version.
 
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