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Got the new MF catalog....

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  • Got the new MF catalog....

    Other than the mustang being back the only other cool thing I saw (in guitars) was the Stratocaster XII....

    http://www.musiciansfriend.com/srs7/g=home/search/detail/base_pid/515107/

    The LPB and BM have the matching headstock to body paint. Looks pretty cool!


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    Does it have the forthcoming Behringer stomp boxes?
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    <i>Originally posted by lastcall </i><br />
    <b>Listen you tree hugging hippi. Next time a real rocker tries to sell you some gear to help you shred better you had best say, &quot;thank you sir but we're not talented enough to shred&quot;. Then as a show of respect you should ask to see his favorite Ibanez, or ask to touch his mullet for luck. Then maybe, just maybe he'll teach you some of his shredding secrets, and you'll be on your way to being real rock stars. </b>

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    • #3
      Originally posted by batotman
      Other than the mustang being back the only other cool thing I saw (in guitars) was the Stratocaster XII....

      http://www.musiciansfriend.com/srs7/g=home/search/detail/base_pid/515107/

      The LPB and BM have the matching headstock to body paint. Looks pretty cool!


      C'mon, you're supposed to tell us about some unbelievable deal like that AlleyKat deal you told us about.

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      • #4


        Bunch of damn ingrates!!!!



        I don't see any Behringer pedals, but I will tell you that 99.9% of the stuff they show in the catalogs is already on the site. Lucky during the Alleykat craze I saw it on the web and by the time the catalog came out it was sold out....lol.

        I'm actually considering selling the Alleykat, love it, but more into LP's right now. Yeah I just had to go buy the case too....lol. Oh well, sell it on ebay and I'll make my money back pretty easy.

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        • #5
          I guess everyone else already saw all this....lol.

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          • #6
            Is it just me or does MF have the most unabashed bull****************ters in the world writing their product descriptions? "light weight for a toneful sound"... what the ****************!? It's fun to wade through their lies while on the crapper, I can imagine a 27 year old advertising major who's never picked up a guitar in his life thinking of different ways to use "tone." Also, the "made for full tilt boogie" description of the 67 Flying V seems a bit out of place as I believe boogie died a decade prior to its release.

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            • #7
              What's the nut width?
              Reality is the original Rorschach.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by swinglinecub
                "made for full tilt boogie"

                It used to say "made for full tilt metal"

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by The Eristic
                  What's the nut width?


                  "C" shaped neck
                  7.25" radius
                  21 vintage style frets
                  1.650" (42mm) nut width
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by OldFenderGuy

                    1.650" (42mm) nut width


                    Yeesh, that's tight. :^(
                    Reality is the original Rorschach.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by The Eristic


                      Yeesh, that's tight. :^(


                      And it gets worse.....

                      New offerings such as the TC-90 Thinline have the nut width dropped down to 1.625"...
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by swinglinecub
                        Is it just me or does MF have the most unabashed bull****************ters in the world writing their product descriptions? "light weight for a toneful sound"... what the ****************!? It's fun to wade through their lies while on the crapper, I can imagine a 27 year old advertising major who's never picked up a guitar in his life thinking of different ways to use "tone." Also, the "made for full tilt boogie" description of the 67 Flying V seems a bit out of place as I believe boogie died a decade prior to its release.


                        Yeah I'd never buy anything based on their reviews. They'd push a turd in a tuxedo as the next great thing...

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                        • #13
                          I love the looks of that blue w/ the matching headstock. If I were to get a 12'er I would probably get that one heh. The studio I recorded at 2 years ago had a rick 12 and a strat XII. I liked the strat more which I hadn't expected.

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                          • #14
                            Fretware Guitars in Franklin, Ohio has a Rick 12 string CONVERTIBLE that is the wildest thing I have ever seen!
                            There is a hinged bar with 6 hooks on it you pull up and grab the little strings with and then pull down & lock like a weavers loom and then it's a regular 6 string!!! Pretty amazing to look at in action.
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by I'm A Coal Man
                              Fretware Guitars in Franklin, Ohio has a Rick 12 string CONVERTIBLE that is the wildest thing I have ever seen!
                              There is a hinged bar with 6 hooks on it you pull up and grab the little strings with and then pull down & lock like a weavers loom and then it's a regular 6 string!!! Pretty amazing to look at in action.


                              pics?
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