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PostPosted: Thu Nov 21, 2013 9:52 pm   Reply with quoteBack to top

As I mentioned in the other NGD Reverend thread I made, I ended up donating that guitar to my church after they had break in and the assistant/youth pastor's guitar was stolen. I wasn't out a ton of money, as I had purchased it used.


I liked the guitar though, the pickups sounded nice (and quiet), so I decided to get another one.

It arrived today, from Wildwood Guitar out of Louisville, CO.

This one plays much, much better than the older one. This has fantastic action every bit as good as my 1984 Carvin DC160T or USA Steinberger. I may just sell my '07 CT6 after getting this......

Reverend Sensei in Faded-burst:

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they do the backs in burst now, instead of black:

[URL=http://s32.photobucket.com/user/DrJbird/media/Guitars/P1010188_zpsb03474f1.jpg.html] [/URL]

and the photo of it from Wildwood's site (taken down, since I bought it):
[URL=http://s32.photobucket.com/user/DrJbird/media/Guitars/16579_lg3_zpscfc0579b.jpg.html] [/URL]


Here is one that the guy from Fu Manchu plays, to give you an idea of what they sound like



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