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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Drifter View Post
    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 guitar aimed at beginners
    Maybe. But after 30+ years of playing in one guitar bands, I still like vissible fretboard inlays while jumping from rifs to high position lead or fills. I don't need them (indeed because of side dotsnd my ears), but I prefer to have them. And it looks better.

  2. #12
    We have just received some IB style kits from our "A Series" supplier and they look great in the flesh.

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    Flamed or Quilted Maple veneer on a 2 piece Mahogany Body, with Mahogany Neck, Ebony fretboard and Strat style Hard-tail bridge.

    Chrome, Black and Gold Hardware options.
    Cheers,

    Adam



    adamboyle(at)pitbullguitars.com

  3. #13
    Not usually a fan of the IB style, but these look minted! Very very nice

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