Here's a few more of my somewhat atypical guitars (at least none are typical Fender or Gibson designs):
Schecter Tempest Special:
I like it a lot. Bought it during some "down time" for my bands, so I've only had one rock band gig with it, plus playing it in church a time or so.How are you enjoying the WildKat? They look like they take a lot of influence from the Gretsch lineup, but without such a hefty price tag. How's it holding up in comparison to any other Epis or Gibsons you may have?
I've been thinking about buying one for a while now... It's one of those or a P93 Riviera!
Is she that petite then? It's a guitar for kids.found this at local shop. would have bought it to my gf if i had money to waste
Never thought of Kitty as she though.... I always thought it was a demon.The purr-fect guitar! Squier’s new Hello Kitty® Mini guitar is designed to bring the gift of music to younger hearts and smaller hands, and features the smiling face of Hello Kitty® herself right on the front!
Yeah, they rock though. I got one...the "boy" version, looks like blackie, for my then step-son. I ripped on it for about a day before I gave i to him. As long as you're not above the 14th fret or so everything is cool.Is she that petite then? It's a guitar for kids.
From the website Never thought of Kitty as she though.... I always thought it was a demon.
The Seven Stars are different in some important aspects from Jet Stars, though. Most importantly, they don't have the same GoldTone pickups made in the USA Fender plant. So, the best feature of the Jet Star is missing.I had a DeArmond Sevenstar, which is the Jetstar, but in a 7 string config.
Heavy, ugly, hard to play.