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  1. In Topic:New Masterbilt - DR-400MCE

    19 July 2017 - 01:26 PM

    View PostBob Isaac, on 19 July 2017 - 11:23 AM, said:

    And the difference between this and the DR-500MCE is......?

    Bob


    On the surface seems like the 400 has a newer pickup system (no more barn door), a different fingerboard/bridge (likely something similar to richlite) and is about $250 cheaper. Not sure what else, if anything, is different.
  2. In Topic:New Masterbilt - DR-400MCE

    18 July 2017 - 07:03 AM

    Sorry for not being clear. I haven't bought this one yet, it's not available yet until September, just announced. I was just bringing it up in the forum since it was just announced and looks interesting.

    I am definitely planning on giving one a try when they come out.
  3. In Topic:Em7 justposted topic 20000!

    08 July 2017 - 01:53 PM

    Wait, so that was REAL? I would have seriously posted #20k. I thought it was a joke!
  4. In Topic:So I joined the Bob Colosi cult....

    07 July 2017 - 06:51 PM

    Good to hear the Colosi saddle is thicker. My J-15 is suffering the same issue - slightly too skinny for the slot. While mine is not leaning to the naked eye, it's still something I want to deal with. I am still not sure if I want to try my hand at making my own saddle or buying a pre-made one from Colosi or one of the other saddle peddlers on the web.
  5. In Topic:BEATER GUITARS

    03 July 2017 - 07:24 PM

    I have an older Ovation Applause that is my beater guitar. The top and neck are wood, but are coated in such a thick layer of polyester finish they may as well not be. Despite the shallow plastic bowl and heavy finish, it actually sounds pretty good - and has led me to question the belief in the ultimate superiority of top grade woods and thin nitro finishes. It was my first real guitar, and I love it - so I may be viewing it behind rose-colored glasses, but to me it sounds way better than a laminate top, plastic bowl guitar should.

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