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    As probably the only HC member who actually owns a Zerberus product, I can attest to the quality of their product. Mine is a few years old and made in Korea to Zerberus standards. I can imagine that German custom shop quality would be fabulous!DSC03641.jpg

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    • GreatDane
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      Patuney wrote:

      As probably the only HC member who actually owns a Zerberus product, I can attest to the quality of their product. Mine is a few years old and made in Korea to Zerberus standards. I can imagine that German custom shop quality would be fabulous!DSC03641.jpg


      do you have any additional pictures?  what's the neck profile like?

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  • #3
    Only thing I'm not a fan of is the lower horn. Don't think it fits the rest of the guitar asthetic (too long/pointy). Aside from that, looks cool. Those pickups look intriguing.
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    • MephitBlue
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      I like the general shape of the guitar, but to use a British term, the guitar has been too "tarted up" for my tastes.  Too many styling details and extras that compete with each other for my tastes.  Tone down the finishing on the guitar and take away the wooden hardware and then the guitar may move from NOT to HOT.


    • lz4005
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      bubkus_jones wrote:
      Only thing I'm not a fan of is the lower horn. Don't think it fits the rest of the guitar asthetic (too long/pointy). Aside from that, looks cool. Those pickups look intriguing.

      I'm right there with you. Make that lower horn half the length and it is hot for sure.


    • Jkater
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      bubkus_jones wrote:
      Only thing I'm not a fan of is the lower horn. Don't think it fits the rest of the guitar asthetic (too long/pointy). Aside from that, looks cool. Those pickups look intriguing.
      Yes, the horn isn't much to my taste. That guitar has a few fancy details that I really love. And a few fancy details that I don't care for. It's like he was trying to cram as many "cool" details as he could on one guitar. That's a questionable artistic judgement. Too much. All in all, hot and not hot.

  • #4

    I'm on the fence with this one.  Not a huge fan of the lower horn, but she looks like she'd be a nice player.

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    • unworthy
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      WOW, a little too much for my sensibilities, but that thing is packed with beautiful and thoughtful details.  Bet it costs as much as a new small car.

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  • #5

    Hot, I like it. usually a strat guy, but like the tele-style shape.  Would love to hear it.

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    • #6

      I do not like the finish.  I am fascinated by everything else.

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      • thom
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        Waaaaaaaaaaaay too tacky/gaudy for me.


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