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Fun to play
great metal baritone for the $$$
This is a great baritone guitar for the money. It gets the Pepper Keenan like sounds I was looking for. Really good for metal. I'm not sure it would be suitable for other genres like surf or country where they use baritone guitars. I might suggest a Fender or Dan Electro for those genres of music.
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Great beginners baritone
I play it in b standard, sometimes drop A, but it holds tuning pretty well with the stock LTD tuners. Upgraded to hipshot grip-locking tuners for added stability. But the pickups are great for what they are. I like the simplicity of just one volume and one tone pot, with a push/pull coil tap. The second voicing on the neck pickup is rich and lovely for more jazzy clean parts. But most people who buy this will be keeping it on the bridge, and putting the gain to ten- and for these folks- youll be very happy with the price to performance ratio of this beast. 27” scale length means it will solidly go down to A standard/drop Gwithout issue, and im sure you can go lower than that if that’s your bag. Also, as someone whos 6’6” tall, most guitars feel small, and i dont dig on being a bass player. This guitar is right in the goldilocks zone for me.