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horn_solo wrote:Does the custom control layout make the guitar non-returnable?
I would have to assume so.
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DannyB819 wrote:I just don't understand why you would get a custom guitar that isn't returnable when you're basing that guitar off a guitar that is returnable, superior, and virtually the same price.
It's pretty simple actually. I don't like or want a Majesty. Period. I do want a guitar made to the specs I want, in the woods and colour I want. Can you get a Majesty with the options and choices I've made on my guitar? Nope. I do like the layout of JP's guitars. I've played and owned six of them for 20 years so it is my preferred layout regardless of artist or brand association. I was hugely Impressed (and slightly surprised) at how good the quality of my V7X was. It is more than a match for ANY of my JP sigs. And that is a fact, not opinion. Maybe the EBMM trem is a bit better, but I still don't think either are as good as an original Lo Pro Edge (in my opinion).
Here in the UK a brand new base model Majesty is $1100 MORE than what I'm paying for my incredibly highly optioned Kiesel (upgraded top, mastergrade fingerboard. special finish). That is not virtually the same price.
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In the mass market, I believe that EBMM is similar to Kiesel in that they're forward thinking with new designs. The Majesty, Armada (yum), St. Vincent, etc.
From a quality standpoint they're tough to beat. My Axis is jaw dropping. I love switching back and forth b/w the Axis, Carvin DC400CW, and N4. They're all so different.
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