It's like a firebird and a strat made a baby, sort of. but way better.

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  1. bossaddict

    bossaddict Premium Member

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    I've definitely got a thing for this model. Congrats on yours!
     
  2. Mr Insane

    Mr Insane Senior Member

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    my local shop has a used one, they sound cool for sure
     
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  3. The_Nuge

    The_Nuge Senior Member

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    Cool guitar!
    I didn't realize this was a "signature" guitar until you posted, and went on to google St. Vincent.... :eek2:
     
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  4. moreles

    moreles Senior Member

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    Looks like a compensated nut? Those work well. EB/MM necks are insanely well made. I haven't played the St. Vincent neck, and they do vary them by model, but the wood, workmanship, and finish are the best in the business. I would love to have a Ls Paul with a EB/MM neck profile and radius! While other companies sell out and cut corners and seem intent on jerking the customer around, EB/MM just keep on producing top quality guitars. I have a way old Sting Ray bass and an original Petrucci and nothing plays better than either of them. With the Petrucci, you can just look at it and it will play itself.
     
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  5. Olds442

    Olds442 Senior Member

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    yes, compensated nut and great neck profile. i couldn't agree more @moreles
     

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