"Neuroscientists increasingly describe our behaviour as the result of a chain of cause-and-effect, in which one physical brain state or pattern of neural activity inexorably leads to the next, culminating in a particular action or decision. With little space for free choice in this chain of causation, the conscious, deliberating self seems to be a fiction."
A very nice sounding guitar with warm sounding neck pickup ideal for clean to crunchy, fat rhythm playing whilst the bridge pickup is perfect for anything from crisp, clean tones to distorted solos.
Purchased for around £400 two years ago, I have found this guitar really helpful in improving my technique, particularly in regards to sweep picking, with its streamlined and comfortable fretboard and large cutaways. I've found the floating bridge to be particularly good in holding tune.
I have gigged with this guitar only two or three times and have found the white finish really stands out. It is only noticeably compromised by small chip on the bottom of the body of the guitar. It also has a cosmetic crack where the neck adjoins the body on the back of the body of the guitar (see detailed images below).
I have recently replaced the strings on the guitar and set the bridge.
With the diversity of sound and techniques possible, as well as the classy white finish, I'd recommend this guitar to players of any genre, from jazz to punk and metal.
Collection from Hatfield, Hertfordshire/North London welcome.