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About Blackflag

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  1. Blackflag

    SG MM

    Exactly. It's like the little guitar that could. ha.
  2. Blackflag

    SG MM

    I wound up getting two of these, because I love them so much and the prices were so low. I agree with you on the pickup, though...it's pretty high gain, and I'm not sure that's a good match to the brightness of the guitar. It might be good if you're a metal player. I have an SD Antiquity I want to put in to tame it a little. But Bence's suggestion is good, too. I want to take one of them and put a neck P90 in it. But overall, just an awesome, awesome guitar. I love how well it plays for such a stripped down model. Love it.
  3. It's like I don't even know you any more... I much prefer the 60's neck anyways.
  4. Yeah, that's all true. And I'll rephrase: they get some respect, but not as much as they deserve.
  5. Regarding their on-stage movies and props - they're just trying to put on a good show. I enjoy it. I never miss Rush when they're in town. Very likely the best band ever. And they get no respect.
  6. Ha - our resident Hungarian helps out with the translation. Thanks, man.
  7. As far as I'm concerned, I mostly care about what it plays like, then what it sounds like. Not that interested in what it looks like. So I'm 100% satisfied with my '60's tribute. In fairness to Gibson, if I wanted one that was prettier, I wouldn't have gotten this model. So I'm happy.
  8. Sorry, 1-piece is the ****. Ask Eric Johnson. That is all.
  9. If you mean the top surface, they'll wear in as you keep playing it, bro.
  10. Ok, the 336 has an arched top. There's at least one difference. The 336 has a one-piece back also, that's probably another.
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