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    Adam has said he doesn't plan on doing any les...

    Adam has said he doesn't plan on doing any les paul shapes at all, because of the lawsuit threats iirc
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    What's the bridge like? I don't think it was the...

    What's the bridge like?
    I don't think it was the same supplier as yours, but ahve seen some of the headless kits have average bridges that don't hold tune well
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    I didn't have those issues on my exa7 tbh. Or...

    I didn't have those issues on my exa7 tbh.
    Or well, had one tuning peg that kept getting to a certain tension, then letting go. But, emailed adam, and he hooked me up. Ended up getting the gotoh...
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    Thought my 7 string ibby had a jatoba fretboard,...

    Thought my 7 string ibby had a jatoba fretboard, but nop. Rosewood.

    Pretty sure I've played on ibbys with jatoba, but haven't really noticed much. I don't think I've ever really noticed much in...
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    Damn those necks look nice

    Damn those necks look nice
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    Sounds almost like the neck pocket is a bit too...

    Sounds almost like the neck pocket is a bit too far outwards perhaps?
    Or just bridge position off. Interesting though
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    Surely you could do a slightly different hook or...

    Surely you could do a slightly different hook or lower bulb size or something, or just do an ltd ec style instead?
    But even then, surely if we're worried about g litigation, wouldn't we be worried...
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    Lp/ ec shapes when? :^)

    Lp/ ec shapes when? :^)
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    That seems all kinds of funky in regards to...

    That seems all kinds of funky in regards to tensions and what not.


    Also, in regards to muscle memory, it's not bad, if you use the high e string as a reference. If you use the low e string as a...
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    Half of my guitars were 7 strings for a bit...

    Half of my guitars were 7 strings for a bit there.
    They're pretty nice, depending on the pickups.
    From memory it's only an extra 6 notes or something, but dropping it down to a gives you nearly an...
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    Personally I just can't dig them. Something about...

    Personally I just can't dig them. Something about them feels off. Might be a bit more material on one side/ not symmetrical around the big round bit at the base, which just throws me off.
    I'm not...
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    There's definitely demand for 7 strings....

    There's definitely demand for 7 strings.
    Primarily super strats and modern t styles though, which is why that's such a big market.
    Apparently lp shaped ones are harder to sell, but there's plenty...
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    Realistically without inlays should be fine for...

    Realistically without inlays should be fine for everyone. You've got side markers after all. Shouldn't need to look at the front of the fretboard. But even then, generally they aren't the type of...
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    If others are infringing, but haven't been pulled...

    If others are infringing, but haven't been pulled up for it, it might not be that much of an issue.

    That and you could definitely do the shape, but with a slightly different horn, and body shape...
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    Strat or tele 7 string?

    Here's a real twist in the mist;

    What about a stratocaster, but in 7 string?
    So like, instead of being a generic 7 string super strat, it's literally a stratocaster (pickguard, HSS, or HSH or...
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    I would also say opt for an option with no...

    I would also say opt for an option with no inlays, as that's one thing I love about the 'FE' label.
    That and yeah, having the option to hard tail, or tom would be awesome. Though, probably more so...
  17. This is great news, and also bad news. Guess...

    This is great news, and also bad news.

    Guess that means it's time to build a thinline strat, and get all the goodies
  18. Yeah, it's not a big deal for a forum tbh. The...

    Yeah, it's not a big deal for a forum tbh.
    The store has it, and that's where it matters the most
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    The hard thing is, you need a machine for it to...

    The hard thing is, you need a machine for it to make it cheaper, and those aren't cheap at all.
    Otherwise it's a lot of labour.
    They could probably do an add on price for scallops, and their...
  20. Realistically we should all have a light touch....

    Realistically we should all have a light touch. Just enough to get the notes to ring out, but, hard to do when you're used to pushing down hard/ have had one guitar that's less than perfect, and you...
  21. They're pretty cool, but there's a fair bit of a...

    They're pretty cool, but there's a fair bit of a learning curve to them for playing notes and not pushing them sharp, bit like extra jumbo frets.

    But, amazing for fast playing and solo work
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    The one thing I'll mention is the spalted strat...

    The one thing I'll mention is the spalted strat says quilted top, not spalted.
    https://www.pitbullguitars.com/shop/guitars/pit-bull-guitars-ast-1sb-thinline-electric-guitar-kit/
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    Oof. That might just be the strat I'm looking...

    Oof.
    That might just be the strat I'm looking for.
    Was after something slightly different for another strat, and looks like a semi hollow SSS is the money.
    Hell yeah captain
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    I made sure to get modern saddles when I replaced...

    I made sure to get modern saddles when I replaced my bridge for that very reason haha. That is a good idea though. Taking a more modern approach to a vintage part/style
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    Out of curiosity, are the baritone necks scaled...

    Out of curiosity, are the baritone necks scaled so that they work with a body made for 25.5" scale? Or would you need to route a body to suit?
    Cause if they work with turning a 25.5" scale guitar...
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