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    Would you pay the extra $20 to get it with stainless steel frets or save the $20?
    That’s all right, I still got my guitar
    Look out now . . .
    (Jimi Hendrix)

  • #2
    i could pay, but i prefer to save 20, dont really care for such frets

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    • #3
      i could pay, but i prefer to save 20, dont really care for such frets


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      • #4


        That’s all right, I still got my guitar
        Look out now . . .
        (Jimi Hendrix)

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        • #5
          Thinking better, in the specific case of Edwards it would be non sense because they are copies, supposed to get a sound identical or very close of the original, stainless frets change the tone....

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          • #6


            Excellent pic!

            Looks like it's wearing a tuxedo!
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            Originally Posted by Mike Fiasco


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            • #7
              Thinking better, in the specific case of Edwards it would be non sense because they are copies, supposed to get a sound identical or very close of the original, stainless frets change the tone....


              Thats true, which is probably why I wouldnt go for it. Though ultimately its not a HUGE difference.
              TAKE THAT MANDY MOORE!
              and rogue agent of the SG Army
              Uberschall Uber Alles

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              • #8
                Thinking better, in the specific case of Edwards it would be non sense because they are copies, supposed to get a sound identical or very close of the original, stainless frets change the tone....


                +1
                t3h br00tal gainz crew







                Originally Posted by mseriously30


                Do it. I've always used 11's.

                I played a guitar the other day that was set up with 9's and I felt really manly after that experience.

                I just thought I should share that.

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                • #9
                  I've had my JS LPC for over 6 months now.
                  I use it quite often.
                  No issues with the stock frets.

                  www.heddatheband.com

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