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Discussion in 'Other Single-Cuts' started by roscoenyc, Jun 12, 2011.
Big Dog looks like a new offering also.
I've been romancing this Fury for a few days....
Larry is in the process of filling quite a few VIP orders for the Fury, and told me he hopes to have by late February ones to be available to order from the website. Final specs / price in the late stages.
I'm assuming those will still be chambered & lightweight?
Yes, Corsa's own chambering design. All will be very light weight - This one on my digital bath scale, that rounds up to the next 0.2 lbs, shows 6.2 lbs.
Bringing an old thread back from the dead. I have read every post of this thread, and probably every post on mlp regarding Corsa guitars and can't believe how great these guitars look. I sold my 1981 LP Artist in December and have been without an LP since, so I have been looking for a new LP.
Well, happy to say LCPG-P040 is on its way to me. I can't wait to get my hands on it and after reading everyone 's posts regarding these awesome guitars I think I made the right decision.
You like it
I got it and did like it. The build quality was great. Nice lightweight. Great neck carve and the pickups sounded incredible in all positions.
However, after playing it for a few weeks I realized I just really like old guitars, not boutique guitars. It just wasn't me. I had actually been looking at Natural finish Norlin era Customs and Standards to replace my 81 LP Artist before deciding to try the Corsa. Once I got the Corsa I realized I like tinkering on those old guitars that might need a bit of work, and the Corsa definitely wasn't that.
I ended up flipping the Corsa and bought a 77 LP. I think Corsa guitars are wonderfully made instruments though, and would recommend them highly to someone looking for a lightweight LP with great tone.