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Discussion in 'Other Guitars' started by paruwi, Sep 5, 2014.
Fake - alert
It's a ChiFGN Chio-Classic.
Looks like a Knaggs.
Yoo hoo! Joey!
Great guitar at a great price
another FGN 'Expert Flame' will join my family next week
pics from the seller
comes with upgraded SeymourDuncan pickups
Seymour Duncan Nazgul/Sentient 6 Set BK
FGN #7 arrived today
unbelievable what you can get these days for a few €€€
I am impressed
Finally managed to get a groupshot with all the family-members
The Magnificent Seven
Nice! I guess I'll have to pick up a couple more now since I only have 5 Fujigen/FGN/History guitars.
There is a guy on a german forum who actually owns 15 different FGN guitars....
I think Joey is up to 15 Knaggs guitars now.
what a perfect fit
I've sinned again.....
FGN #8 is on the way
I wish there were more FGNs, especially the high-end models, available here in the US, particularly in the used market. I have an older FGN Orville that is fantastic -- beautiful vintage build -- but would love one of the great recent FGNs with their own brand. Thanks for posting.
The new Lady arrived in a hurry across the country
pics to prove the ownership
Did a short test - and I like it pretty much
the neck feels better than expected
You gonna put a black pickguard on that?
I've bought a waterproof marker...
Would that be a black marker or dark incandescent purple, knowing Sharpie?
the pickguard stays like it is
though I might get a black plastic 'cap' on the 5-way switch
the white one looks fail, IMO
Did you buy a bottle of beer too ? So you can use the cap for relicing ?
Awesome looking fiddle, Peter
I can still hear the scraping noise in my head.
Please don't reference that video again.