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|03-11-2004 03:00 AM|
Here's mine. I love it. It is the best playing guitar I've ever played.
I had to edit the pic because it was in the case when I snapped the pic.
|03-02-2004 02:39 PM|
|phlame||Wow these guitars are nice. I have never played a Brian Moore but they sure look nice.|
|02-19-2004 02:45 PM|
Yea they are much like a high end/deluxe ESP with top line hardware. The only thing I hate about Brian Moore is they only have 22 frets. Nobody in their right mind is going to pay $8,000 for a new MC1 and they don't even make them anymore. They have a waiting list for when they start again and the guy from queensryche is number 2 on the list.
I wouldn't mind having the high end i2000 series with the 13pin midi.
|02-19-2004 02:19 PM|
Originally Posted by BCShredder
|02-19-2004 01:35 PM|
The Real Brian Moore above is an endorsement piece.. (The chlorine Finish one) Not the natural finish Korean iSeries directly above this post.
|02-16-2004 08:34 AM|
Here's my old I2000 i1
I didnt like the Duncans in it, but it did feel like a JS1000 - certainly body-wise.
|02-15-2004 08:16 PM|
|DLHelfand||I had a really nice, endorser made C90, but I got rid of it. It didn't have any soul. That said, I have played some truly amazing Brian Moores. Like any other brand, there are some amazing ones and some dogs, but as a whole their quality is very good.|
|02-08-2004 03:49 PM|
Some of the best guitar's made today, even though Brian Moore himself has nothing to do with the company with them anymore.
I'm selling my C90 now and have had it listed on here for a few weeks.
|02-07-2004 05:41 PM|
|Platypus||I own a BMC MC/1, it just oozes quality. I love pretty much everything about it, it sounds great and plays like no other guitar I've ever laid my hands on. It was originally equipped with a JB and a pair of matched SSL-1 but I've swapped them for a Tonezone, kept the middle SSL-1, and a Pro Track.|
|02-01-2004 03:45 AM|
|babahi||I bought myself a brand new c90p as a xmas present. Beautiful guitar, with chrome covered pickups, piezo and colour changing sparkle finish ŗ la JS90. Nice shape, plays well. But I'm just not convinced it's better than any of my Steinbergers -- I have taken the guitar out of the case twice, each time for about 5 minutes...|
|01-31-2004 06:06 PM|
i Know a guy that has lots of guitars. including
J custom(looks like an S guitar but even more beutiful)
and his newest guitars that are
one 6 string guitar i dont know the model
and a custom 7 string guitar that costed $2500(fixed bridge)
he used to use only ibanez but then he changed to brian moore and he says that the brian moore guitars sound and feel better!
His main guitar is the 7 string brian moore and the 6 string brian moore.
he doesnt use the ibanez guitars live anymore.
so i think Brian moore is a good brand. But pricey!
|01-31-2004 07:22 AM|
|sam669||I've only played one, an i1f I believe. Was very good indeed for a korean made guitar. I really doubt my edr470 and other low end RGs can compete with it! Felt very good, sounded good. The floyd was the only drawback, and maybe the price, but here in France, prices are always high even for a JS pick.|
|01-31-2004 06:09 AM|
Brian Moore guitars
Wow. I tried one of these today and they are amazing! I was just wondering if anyone on the site has one or has tried one cos these things are nice for the price! Post pics of your Brian Moores!