i bought this 1996 made guitar 2 years ago in a shop in Lisbon. i was looking for a guitar to substitute my ibanez rg and was aiming to buy a Les Paul eventough it had no floyd rose tremolo. i tried the les paul and then i saw this guitar and asked to try it out. it has a double cutaway body style, she is about the same size and weight of the Les Paul, has 2 seymour duncan pickups (tb4 and paf59) two volumes, one tone and a push pull button wich turns the humbuckers into single coils, and a floyde rose tremolo unit. the guitar cost me 1100 $USD
i like the design, which allows full access to all 22 frets. the spliting humbuckers also provide a vast array of sounds, especially if we mix them together and them compensate their sounds by increasing/decreasign the volume (you get a very PRS feel out of it). the tremolo is just perfect and allows for all those divebomb effects, but most of all, the set neck, the finishing, the very comfortable fingerboard and the sustain made up my mind and made me forget all about the LP.
The price! She was expensive!
double cutaway les paul style, set neck, brazilian rosewwod fingerboard. satin black finish, PRS style headstock, floyd rose tremolo, two seymour duncan humbuckers (tb4 & paf59). Two volumes, one tone, one push pull button that splits the umbuckers into single coils. the quality of the finishing is just perfect.
This is a perfect guitar for all kinds of music. i've been using her for two years now and played al kinds of music with her, from jazz to heavy metal. recently i restrung with 0.11s and the warmer tone just felt perfect in the guitar. if you want to have a guitar with great looks, sound and finishing without having to spend 3000 something $USD take a look at this guitar. she is produced in France and will be a hitter if your girlfriend is named roxanne.