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Post pictures of your pointy V or VV axes

Postby tukoztukoz » Thu Sep 21, 2017 12:31 am

We didn't have that one, so there ´s an opportunity to show all these Vs...
I have several, and I ´ll start with my Randy fleet + some pics of my GJ2 I ´ve never shown...
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Re: Post pictures of your pointy V or VV axes

Postby shramiac » Thu Sep 21, 2017 8:46 am

Cool!

How's the GJ2? And I'll be the one to ask, "What's the piece of rubber on the toggle switch?"


I only own one Vee....and everyone one knows what it looks like already! :)
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Re: Post pictures of your pointy V or VV axes

Postby tukoztukoz » Fri Sep 22, 2017 4:04 am

:) This GJ2 is a nice and very well made guitar. Someone at JCF said they were built in the same factory as ESP/LTD, in Korea.
Since the Concorde models don't really sell well, you can get them at a decent price.
The neck has a C shape, which gets a bit strange on a V guitar. Low action, cool Habanero PUs, small frets, I like it.
The only thing annoyous was the Floyd (1000 I think), the trem arm was crap, so I put a Schaller arm on. Also I'd prefer a 42 mm block instead of a 32mm, but that' s details.
The piece of rubber is a "scoubidou" made by my daughter... sometimes she gives me things I like to hang on my guitars :D
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