Guthrie started using them at the end of 2012. Guthrie & Suhr ended their mutual agreement and endorsment for whatever personal reasons they had (unknown to the public).LOL its been a while since I'm here And I have no idea that guthrie has a signature with charvel.
Let´s bring a little nuance here.He will say, my signature Charvel is the best you can get, A few months earlier it was his signature Suhr, wonder what its gonna be in another few months...
Good point, he also demo'd the Vigier Surfreter. No endorsement though.doesn't he also have an endorsement with Vigier? or does he just do demos for them?
LOLMy favourite thing is that he's taken a while to come out with this rather than jumping ship to a new signature model immediately.
It just needs a monkey grip and I'd consider picking one up. I can scallop the top couple of frets myself and enlarge the lower cutaway. Rout out enough space for a proper trem, can of green spray paint and a few stickers and I think we're about set
My comment was actually not aimed at Guthrie in particular, even though I understand it could easily be interpreted that way. It was more like a general comment about how it seems like everyone is endorsed these days, and have a new signature coming out, and that many of them switch, as you say, brands like underwear.Some artists do switch endorsement deals like underwear, some don´t. Steve Vai, Yngwie, Satriani and a few others stayed their lives up until now with ´their´ brand. Eddie Van Halen is on the other end of the spectrum.