i played one... hated it. First, the neck was gross and thick... like... thicker than a gibson, and it wasn't rounded evenly so it was hard to get around. Second, it had XJ frets, bending was hard to keep accurate, and if you were playing fast, its hard to keep the notes in tune because if you push too hard it goes out, half of that problem was because it came stringed with 9's... and i'm used to 10's and 12s... i find it dumb to put trem strings on fixed bridge guitars. Sustain was shit. straight up shit. I couldnt hear it at all played dry, which could be a number of things, including bad wood, bad neck joint, bad balance... wasnt sure, all i know is it was crap, another thing, it buzzed, but that might be the 9 gauge strings again.
And ontop of this, it was HEAVY, even if it was a nice guitar, i wouldnt play it because i would end up with chronic back problems and a chiropractor (sp?) for a best friend.
But hey, that might have been a dud, i know lots of companies make duds... epiphone is a great example. Go play one and see what YOU think, and if you like it, hell buy it, its your guitar, your playing style. Get what suits you.
Originally Posted by Dahmers Fridge
In the US "fanny" is a word used to describe the ass or butt. Here in the UK "fanny" is a lady garden (vagina)
I was very bemused as a youngster watching the Golden Girls when Blanche said she was going to "spank her fanny" I had visions of a geriatric vertical bacon sandwich red and bruised from being disciplined!!!