Author: Dave Burrluck·number of pages: 1
The similarity in finish and wear, albeit a three-tone burst with the added red, illustrates that the guitars are aged to a basic guide template. Yes, youd expect wear on that forearm contour and similar belt-buckle wear but the random dings on the top edge being replicated on both guitars looks a little, well, suspicious, and you cant help thinking that maybe its a little over done. Mind you, like the other two theres no mistaking that old vintage feel and, for this writer at least, theres something a little special about this one. Its a great weight, theres the fuller shouldered neck profile, a rosewood board (which doesnt have to be aged) and although we hear slightly less acoustic resonance, with it comes a little more tonal firmness.