I was torn between the salmon colored one and the black one and decided on the black one.
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This is a very early Gambale, serial indicates 1990 manufacture but the FGM didn't appear in the catalogs until 1991. It's definitely an FGM though complete with recessed pickup covers, "Devo hat" knobs, and some interesting Japanese writing on the butt of the neck - maybe somebody can translate for me. Other features of the Gambale include the fantastic Edge tremolo system, Mahogany body, 1-piece Maple neck with Rosewood fretboard and Sharktooth inlays, recessed pickup covers, recessed output jack, all-access neck joint for playing high notes with ease, and the popular "S" shaped body that's less than 1" at the edges - perhaps the most comfortable electric body I've played. This one is all original except for the pickups, which have been changed to Seymour Duncans rather than the stock DiMarzio's.
Very, very light guitar and thin rounded body. Makes my other axes feel like a weighed down Les Paul.
very thin and small neck radius. Small frets allow for low, low, low action without fret buzz. Perfect size for me after dealing with tendinitis issues with my Jackson SL-1. Your fingers just fly up and down the neck. simply incredible how smooth it is to play. Definitely a MUST for any shredder if you can find one.
I highly recommend this guitar.