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Re: re: JB Club

Postby rzbk777 » Fri Jul 29, 2016 5:11 pm

Doctor Turn wrote:This is officially one of the most attractively cut, sanded, polished and finalized tops I've ever seen in the history of the electric guitar. It's rare that you see something that is so stately, dignified, so neatly cut and flamed that it's almost prim . . . yet at the same time wildly kicks ass on most other guitars with nuclear flame throwers and drop kicks.

That is just a beautiful beautiful JB. Unlike the "Turkey on multigrain" and its ilk, for example, this one hasn't the slightest hint of "overboard" to it. In terms of superstrat type guitars (despite the 25" scale) this thing is the President of the United States of Flamed Maple Guitars.

Just flawless. Late congrats, Mister Taterman! :mrgreen: Green with positive less-envy/more admiration. It's deffo the nicest JB I've ever seen outside of Jason's original with the true Les Paul scale and the old M22's (which made it so unique a set of ingredients, LP scale and buckers) & the Kahler 2300.

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Yeah that thing is perfect! :drool: :applause:

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Re: re: JB Club

Postby gumbynotpokey » Fri Jul 29, 2016 6:08 pm

Doctor Turn wrote:This is officially one of the most attractively cut, sanded, polished and finalized tops I've ever seen in the history of the electric guitar. It's rare that you see something that is so stately, dignified, so neatly cut and flamed that it's almost prim . . . yet at the same time wildly kicks ass on most other guitars with nuclear flame throwers and drop kicks.

That is just a beautiful beautiful JB. Unlike the "Turkey on multigrain" and its ilk, for example, this one hasn't the slightest hint of "overboard" to it. In terms of superstrat type guitars (despite the 25" scale) this thing is the President of the United States of Flamed Maple Guitars.

Just flawless. Late congrats, Mister Taterman! :mrgreen: Green with positive less-envy/more admiration. It's deffo the nicest JB I've ever seen outside of Jason's original with the true Les Paul scale and the old M22's (which made it so unique a set of ingredients, LP scale and buckers) & the Kahler 2300.

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re: JB Club

Postby Doctor Turn » Mon Aug 08, 2016 5:59 pm

Yes, and it's killer. Being a guitar player, however (even though I play bass almost as much and have played it for decades), I see guitars through a much more personal, "darn I wish that was mine" lens.
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1985 DC150K (koa) Stereo, M22N/M22SD w/black hardware.
1985 100 Watt X Amp 2 x 12 combo (XV212) upgraded w/ 2 Vintage 30's
...and other gear.

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re: JB Club

Postby JCG » Tue Sep 13, 2016 4:45 pm

I'm finally in:

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re: JB Club

Postby rzbk777 » Fri Sep 30, 2016 4:38 pm

My second entry! :mrgreen:

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re: JB Club

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re: JB Club

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Re: JB Club

Postby EL_SUPER_BEASTO » Sun Jun 11, 2017 8:22 am

My JB207C.
Redwood top, Black Limba body, Walnut + Koa neck. I love this guitar.
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