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  • #16






    Quote Originally Posted by Crunchtime
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    Carvin




    I like the way you think.



    Between the two though, who knows. I've only played one Anderson but I recall it being not just on par with the Suhrs I've played but very similar in feel.

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    • #17






      Quote Originally Posted by Crunchtime
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      Carvin




      I like the way you think.



      Between the two though, who knows. I've only played one Anderson but I recall it being not just on par with the Suhrs I've played but very similar in feel.

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      • #18






        Quote Originally Posted by rock-lobster
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        I like the way you think.



        Between the two though, who knows. I've only played one Anderson but I recall it being not just on par with the Suhrs I've played but very similar in feel.




        This x 3 = Carvin



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        • #19






          Quote Originally Posted by rock-lobster
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          I like the way you think.



          Between the two though, who knows. I've only played one Anderson but I recall it being not just on par with the Suhrs I've played but very similar in feel.




          This x 3 = Carvin



          http://www.carvinmuseum.com/instocka.../boltplus.html



          Mesa Boogie MK III
          Marshall DSL 50
          JCA 20H
          ADA MP-1

          Kramer Stagemaster
          Gibson Les Paul Studio Premium Plus
          Gibson Les Paul Vintage Mahogony
          Fender HM Strat
          Paul Reed Smith SE Custom

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          • #20
            They are very nice guitars but for the prices both of them charge you could get high end Japanese guitars that will embarrass them in my opinion.

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            • #21
              They are very nice guitars but for the prices both of them charge you could get high end Japanese guitars that will embarrass them in my opinion.

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              • #22
                Tough one. I prefer the more understated looks of most of the Suhrs, but I also think it's ridiculous that their Standard Series guitars don't come with a hardcase. It's an
                Originally Posted by Uma Floresta


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                Originally Posted by Tralfaz



                Oh crap. The key just cae loose off y laptop keyboard.mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmm Okay, it's fixed now.




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                • #23
                  Tough one. I prefer the more understated looks of most of the Suhrs, but I also think it's ridiculous that their Standard Series guitars don't come with a hardcase. It's an
                  Originally Posted by Uma Floresta


                  strtdv has wisdom.









                  Originally Posted by Tralfaz



                  Oh crap. The key just cae loose off y laptop keyboard.mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmm Okay, it's fixed now.




                  LANEY POSSE .................................................. ..... Good deals with: bennyg85, gambit, jo_to_2, Free the Guilty, woolyh
                  ORANGE CONGLOMERATE

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                  • #24
                    Don't you know this is HCEG? The title should read Tom Anderson vs. Suhr vs. Squier: Let's start the year with a debate!



                    Seriously though, I've only played 1 used Anderson ever. None of the shops I've been to around here carry that kind of gear. I'd probably have to drive up to Chicago.
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                    Originally Posted by Mike Eldred, Fender Custom Shop


                    The discussion about nitro (and many things on forums like these) is largely based on folklore, innuendo, and assumption that it "sounds better". Poppycock.

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                    • #25
                      Don't you know this is HCEG? The title should read Tom Anderson vs. Suhr vs. Squier: Let's start the year with a debate!



                      Seriously though, I've only played 1 used Anderson ever. None of the shops I've been to around here carry that kind of gear. I'd probably have to drive up to Chicago.
                      ♪ Cats 'n' Strats, 'cause that's how I roll

                      I Surf therefore I am.
                      Strat Blender Pot Modification HERE






                      Originally Posted by Mike Eldred, Fender Custom Shop


                      The discussion about nitro (and many things on forums like these) is largely based on folklore, innuendo, and assumption that it "sounds better". Poppycock.

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                      • #26
                        My opinion is that once people attain a level of skill like Anderson and Suhr it is all about your personal preference and not about difference in quality.





                        I knew about Anderson long before I knew about Suhr but I think Suhr's reputation has spread to the masses. Marketing? Word of mouth? Both?
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                        Originally Posted by StankNasty


                        the dream isn't in your parents' basement

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                        • #27
                          My opinion is that once people attain a level of skill like Anderson and Suhr it is all about your personal preference and not about difference in quality.





                          I knew about Anderson long before I knew about Suhr but I think Suhr's reputation has spread to the masses. Marketing? Word of mouth? Both?
                          President and CEO of The Foundation Of Right
                          Also President and CEO of The Foundation Of Wrong






                          Originally Posted by StankNasty


                          the dream isn't in your parents' basement

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                          • #28
                            I recently took a trip to a big guitar shop in London, tried a whole heap of Suhrs and wasnt blown away at all. They're impeccably built and sound great but they seem to have no soul or vibe to them. I tried a good few and i really wanted to like them but at that sort of price i want something that i bond with straight away.



                            Love Andersons though, every one of them i've tried has been stunning, great build, they just feel like more of a players guitar than the Suhrs.
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                            • #29
                              I recently took a trip to a big guitar shop in London, tried a whole heap of Suhrs and wasnt blown away at all. They're impeccably built and sound great but they seem to have no soul or vibe to them. I tried a good few and i really wanted to like them but at that sort of price i want something that i bond with straight away.



                              Love Andersons though, every one of them i've tried has been stunning, great build, they just feel like more of a players guitar than the Suhrs.
                              Vanquish Mystique Custom
                              Marshall JCM900 4100ri
                              Marshall 1960a
                              Ibanez TS9
                              Ibanez AD9
                              Korg Pitchblack
                              Sanyo Eneloop

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                              • #30






                                Quote Originally Posted by timmyfirst
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                                they seem to have no soul or vibe to them.




                                I don't find that about Suhr but I know what you mean because I found that PRS seems that way to me. It's an intangible that we can't explain as humans I suppose.
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                                Also President and CEO of The Foundation Of Wrong






                                Originally Posted by StankNasty


                                the dream isn't in your parents' basement

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