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Guitar Of The Month For March

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A nice variety of tastes and execution in this month's competition! This month I decided to go for the guitar that I would most see myself spending a weekend drinking whiskey and playing through a Plexi. Is that the wrong way to vote?

Shad got my vote. If the proposal to spend a dirty weekend with one of these was offered, it would be that one. Some really good instruments coming out from his workshop! :hyper

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I had to go for DemonX again...it just seems like every one of his builds lately I could see playing for a lifetime

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demonx - sorry, but i've no care for 7 & 8 string guitars

shad peters - you had be at "avengers" :wOOt , but.....

hitone - got my vote

hits on nearly every quirky thing i love in a guitar

boggs - i'm really digging the bigsby-style vibrato

any info an it you can share?

sunday luthier - you have my applause for not being a slave to tradition :guitarist:

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demonx - sorry, but i've no care for 7 & 8 string guitars

shad peters - you had be at "avengers" :wOOt , but.....

hitone - got my vote

hits on nearly every quirky thing i love in a guitar

boggs - i'm really digging the bigsby-style vibrato

any info an it you can share?

sunday luthier - you have my applause for not being a slave to tradition :guitarist:

Thanks. It's a GFS vibrato. All rollers in the bridge and vibrato so action is smooth. It's not a dive-bomber, but not a bad alternative to the B5 Bigsby. Remarkably light.

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Another tough one, some very different guitars this month. Had to go for the Busy-B myself due to the original body shape that is done so well and I am usually a big traditionalist.

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I finally got to plug it (RBTele) into my Bugera V22 as I brought it home from church. It's like two different guitars! Very warm and creamy on the neck pickup and some nice twang particularly mid-neck on the bridge pickup. Has some really nice lead tones when driven... I need to get somebody to record a few takes with it that have a little more skill than me behind the instrument.

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