It's maybe a bit dry - 2020 that just came out of the box. Some of these have lighter colored boards. Play time will darken it up. Full direct sunlight also exaggerates it a bit.OK, that top is breaking the mold! Outstanding, but the fingerboard looks a little dry (sheepish grin) what ever that means!
I know what your dealing with. I have a 2021 Classis that was very dry but I'm really working on the fingerboard. Mineral oil, carnauba and bees wax, she's really starting to polish up since I can't stop playing her.It's maybe a bit dry - 2020 that just came out of the box. Some of these have lighter colored boards. Play time will darken it up. Full direct sunlight also exaggerates it a bit.
Agreed. And the combination of switching gives greater tonal versatility. Plus I love the slimmer neck profile.I'm really surprised that there are not more Classic's posted. They're such an incredible guitar for a price that just a couple of years ago were selling at $600-$1000 more. To be able to get such a great guitar for well under $2K, well, if your looking fort a new REAL LP, you should give this one some consideration.
That "Trans Cherry" is an awesome guitar. I won't discuss price here but if you need a great contact @ Sweetwater, my rep is awesome and will treat you right without any BS. Been doin business with Andrew for 10 + years, smokin deals and the best customer service...Now I'm torn on which color. I do want a solid red LP though
First Congrats on your Classic. It's an awesome guitarThe Classic is an awesome guitar, full stop! The quality is much better than it's been in years and I don't think anyone could bash the build and the tonal quality of this guitar and if they do, they don't know shit!