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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 05-15-2007, 11:28 AM Thread Starter
 
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New Family Pics

Here are a few quick pics of my little seven stringed family.

First, here's the group shot:



Next up comes the new baby's solo pic:



Here's a quickie of the new Fractal rig:



And last, just to show you I'm an old school SS.orger, the rack comes complete flying the true colors:

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Love the 7-string w/ red and yellow pickups.
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Love the 7-string w/ red and yellow pickups.
I love the guitar, I like the pickups, I'm not crazy about the colors. I was thinking I'd pull them first off but the pickups themselves sound really good in it. The more I play it the more they're growing on me.
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Beautiful collection

How do you like the fractal?
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I love the guitar, I like the pickups, I'm not crazy about the colors. I was thinking I'd pull them first off but the pickups themselves sound really good in it. The more I play it the more they're growing on me.
They do look unusual, but something about them is nice. Which models are they?
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Beautiful collection

How do you like the fractal?
Well I'm still in the honeymoon stage but honestly so far it's my favorite rig I've ever had. I've never had a super expensive boutique rig yet but I've had a couple of Vettas, a Randall MTS rig, a few Rectos, a couple Mark IV's, a Triaxis / 2:90 rig, a Triple XXX, Carvin, etc.
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They do look unusual, but something about them is nice. Which models are they?
There's an Evo 7 in the bridge and a Blaze neck in the neck.
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Very nice.
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You have a beautiful family
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nice pics !!! love the rack aswell !!! the guitar in the middle what is it?
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Nice guitars is it really that hard to adjust to 7 strings?
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nice pics !!! love the rack aswell !!! the guitar in the middle what is it?
From left to right it's AJ307CENT, RG2027x, S7320, and S7420FM.
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Nice guitars is it really that hard to adjust to 7 strings?
It wasn't for me. I got my first seven a few hours before a show and played it that night for the whole show. Sevens are more comfortable to me now. Sixes are hard to get used to.
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It wasn't for me. I got my first seven a few hours before a show and played it that night for the whole show. Sevens are more comfortable to me now. Sixes are hard to get used to.
for real??? i guess when something is on the hurry you must be comfortable with it no matter what !!!
nice S 7string BTW
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for real??? i guess when something is on the hurry you must be comfortable with it no matter what !!!
nice S 7string BTW
I'm just strange I guess. I had other guitars to play that night and but I picked up the seven that night. As I played there were a few mistakes where I'd nail the low B especially when I was rocking out and reached for a open G but it just felt right.

I went back and forth for years owning both sixes and sevens and I could play a six all day long and pick up a seven and it just felt right. If I played a seven for even a few minutes and picked up a six it felt wrong. Like it was a toy or something. I realized a while back that I'm just designed to play sevens more.
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