- Apr 15, 2022
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Kindred burst is cool. Hows the neck feel with those finished/sanded transitions?
See, that’s it right there! You can gig and not worry so much about dinging an incredibly expensive guitar! I treat my relics as if they were new and shiny, but if I get that frickin ding because the bass player was not paying attention, I don’t get so pissed. PISSED, but not as bad as usual!I'm not usually a fan of heavy ageing but that ^ looks amazing! Congrats!
Hey man, at least you can gig it and not worry about putting another ding in it
no not aimed at you, the guy saying he sniggers at ML owners.As a non native speaker I'm not sure if you're thinking I don't like ML, so I'll clarify just to make sure. I love the look of ML guitars, but as we know they all look different (that's why we love them) and Gibson themselves said they would continue to age with time. The natural checking I noticed didn't look bad at all.
Sorry for the delay in posting but I've had a busy weekend gigging! Managed to get a few shots of my new toy lol.
59" Kindred Burst Ultra Heavy aged! I was trying to buy a 57" Goldtop ultra heavy aged but I couldn't get a good deal on It unfortunately. Never mind maybe I'll get one next time. I'll add it to the list lol.
So I ended up spending more lol. Anyway here's a few pics for you all enjoy!
I know that this thread is over a year old but I've been considering an aged LP lately & have been checking out related threads.I saw the review, inspiring
I have to say it … because I thought about it when he said it…
he said that a pre- aged guitar doesn’t feel like “his” I get that….
However the point for me is… it allows you to be less careful with a very expensive guitar…
with a Gloss model …I’m afraid to touch it … ding it and you’ll never forgive yourself… they are somewhat sticky and over polished somewhat…
they belong in a glass display case
VOS is cool but you still need to pick it up with at least a grain thought…
But and aged guitar can go to practice… the other guitar player can play it … all night if he wants … (which btw is a good was to listen to your signal chain)
and an aged guitar can get dinged… it doesn’t even need a stand ! Just lean it up against your marshall
I love the one I got and looking for an R9 or R0!
I think it'd be nice to see a thread that hopefully bypasses the Murphy Lab bashing and is a place for owners and prospective owners to discuss these guitars, their impressions, thoughts, photo's etc.
I've got an R0 heavy aged in my possession that I'm doing a little video review of, and also doing a shootout with my 2018 M2M. I've got some thoughts on the guitar, but I'm curious to see what others think of them after having owned / played them. So post away! Pics are always a bonus
And wear from turning the knobs up and down, i have seen okd guitars and paint is missing around the volume knob and a bit on tone or other volume knobYeah, I've been through all the avenues for sourcing good aged knobs over the years. Just seems odd to me that Gibson would continue to overlook this aspect of replicating an aged guitar. Especially with the new "holy grail" Murphy Labs.