You are preaching to the choir my friend,..you are preaching to the choir!!!That is an awesome Flowchart Toopy! I just about shot coffee out of my nose while reading it! I'm not sure whether I should show that to the wife or not !?!? The finer points of the "gear buying decision process are totally lost on her...
So many people sing the praises of Suhr but I've never bonded with any of the Suhrs I've owned. I know it's such a personal thing as to what makes one person love a guitar & another not. I still have 3 out of the six I have bought over the years but I might only keep one of them because it has such a unique quilted maple top. I love the Andersons & have 4 now & would love to add more. I would also highly recommend Tuttle guitars if you want a more vintage take on a Fender style guitar. Exceptional build quality, playability, tone & responsiveness.My Suhr Modern is my #1 now. By far the best playing guitar I've ever owned. At first I thought it was too bright but then I realized the trick with them is to use the tone control rather than just turning it all the way up like you normally would. It's also mellowed a bit with age.
That's gorgeous, mate.I never stop buying guitars, amps or cabs, even when Fractal absolutely nails every single tone i could ever want.
I found this gem for $345, a PRS SE245 made in Korea, its the best overseas guitar i have had so far and for that kind of money its an absolute steal, flawless and perfect setup, didn't need to do much but rise the action 1.2mm.
A friend from our capitol has this gem and he is selling it, i tried it about a year ago and loved it, the top is sick and the neck is perfect shape, but the only issue i have is that the frets are not SS but what they used back in 2008 called Heavy, but this guitar totally smokes a friends Modern Satin.Had my Suhr for going on 6 years now and still on honeymoon. Love it!
Looks gorgeous! They need a better photographer though as the umbrella makes it look like theres a crack in the finish!A friend from our capitol has this gem and he is selling it, i tried it about a year ago and loved it, the top is sick and the neck is perfect shape, but the only issue i have is that the frets are not SS but what they used back in 2008 called Heavy, but this guitar totally smokes a friends Modern Satin.
I sure love the feel of bends over SS, but still this guitar plays amazing.... is that only issue holding me back for a purchase, asking price $1,650. He got it from Matts music for a lot more. Its a Standard Pro S6.
What's the expression pedal? I'm intrigued!I am more into studio stuff like better monitors or a DAW controller. And of course an AxeFX II XL+...and this little exp. pedal that is not available yet.
I´m covered with guitars, I have a nice strat, a nice LP, a very nice custom built super strat that slays both of them...what I don´t have is a nice semi-acoustic if we´re talking guitars...no idea what could fill that gap...I am into everything from Chuck Berry to Hendrix, SRV, ZZ Top, Van Halen, Steve Morse, Doug Aldrich...any ideas?
Wow, that is stunning! Love it.Here's my Suhr with specs. The Red Sparkle Drip jumps out in the right lighting but is more subdued most of the time. Pictures don't do it justice.
Haha, I know it does...been using the FX loop to model all of my old pedals...now that's done, I'll never need them again!The AxeFX takes pedals like a champ. Just saying......
I was referring to the smaller size exp. pedal that was announced by FAS months ago.What's the expression pedal? I'm intrigued!
I had a Yamaha A Series guitar and that was beautiful, but I'm saving up for a nice Avalon or Taylor now.
Ah cool, I'll check it out!I was referring to the smaller size exp. pedal that was announced by FAS months ago.
I only found a Yamaha SA2200 and AS1500. Is that the one you had?