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Raven West Guitar RM 300 DX Sunburst Quilted
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JL GONZALEZ JL GONZALEZ

« excellent buy for the price  »

Published on 09/20/20 at 08:29
Value For Money : Excellent
Audience: Anyone
Hi, i bought this guitar second hand, equipped with Seymour Duncan pickups, this guitar is far way better than Epiphone comparable with a Gibson studio or higher, beautiful maple top, one piece solid mahogany body, two piece neck, lots of sustain, great beautiful finish, cheap electronics (make it perfect with not as much money), Wilkinson tuners, great tune and sound, very heavy weight instrument..

This guitar is very solid, beautiful , affordable and customizable... Makes a perfect buy for people looking for great built and customizable les Paul copy but hundreds of dollars less...

If you can get one of these beauties you will be buying a very good guitar for the money, far way better than most of big label companies expensive guitars...

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