Joined: 02 Nov 2012 Posts: 3778 Location: Around the corner
Posted: Tue Nov 26, 2013 6:57 am Post subject:
No offence, I like the look of this guitar, but coudn't help notice it is made of plywood. It's equipped with JV pickups that are famous for their good quality and sound. You said it sounds good, so now my belief that wood doesn't add any colouring to the sound of electric guitar has grown more.
By the way, there is late 80's Japanese Squier on ebay that has the same bridge
Thanks,It cold be. I think they were both made in Korea. Here Is a Series 10 "Flowercaster" a friend on the telecaster forum has.He said his cousin found it at a tag sale and gave it to him as a Christmas gift.
Rad, nice to see another Bently around here. Is it a chunky or thin neck? No clue on the lady luck guitars, a small bit of research tells me that they were based in Cary, IL while Bently was a budget guitar name by the St Louis Music Corp.
I wish those flower print teles had more pattern on them, they seem to have too much negative space compared to Seim's. Of course tiny picture and big pictures probably create some differences, and there was probably a lot of randomization with the pattern.
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