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    Default McNaught Guitar??

    Has anyone here ever played one of these? I havent and I just wonder if they are as good as they are supposed to be. It's got one heck of a nice quilt top on it.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...&category=2384

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    i have played one before.

    easily one of the best playing/ sounding guitars i've ever played. i played a PRS afterwards, and no comparison. they're was one problem........ rio grande pickups. i just dont like em, could use duncans

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    Nice guitars. One more company making guitars priced like autos, though! LOL

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    i honestly wouldnt be able to play it, i would be affraid. imagine what they figgin list for!

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    I'm really considering this guitar, but I think I remember seeing this EXACT guitar on here a few other times. Hmm.......

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    Originally posted by Gearjoneser
    Nice guitars. One more company making guitars priced like autos, though! LOL
    no kiddin, they're definitely up there

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    If I saw that at a Guitar Center there is no way i'd touch it. Id be way to scared

    That is one nice lookin finish though.

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    Very pretty, but weighed about 15 pounds. And it sounded like it- the body was so dense it barely vibrated. Seemed to me more like something to look at than to use as a tool.

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    That's what you pay for top quality instruments.
    And I mean Top.
    It's already tricked out with duncans and Tone Pro parts etc.

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    Thats a good looking guitar but I would get this McNaught instead:

    http://66.225.213.149/guitars/dtmphrgreen.htm

    It's only $250 more and its the first Pheonix prototype
    Last edited by AcidBurn; 03-12-2004 at 10:41 PM.

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    Originally posted by Skullkrusher
    I'm really considering this guitar, but I think I remember seeing this EXACT guitar on here a few other times. Hmm.......

    SKc - get it you will not be disappointed they are truly beautiful guitars and DTM guitars are one of the few that appreciate in value. Go for it!!

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    I think they are great guitars. the set-thru neck is a trip . but seems to really work.

    I played a gold-top single cut and it was butter.

    Nice to see Clutch get some love.

    I wonder how many man-hrs go into each guitar?
    "I don't care if you boo .. just boo in key!" JH

    Pups ~> duncan ~ WCR ~ VOODOO by Peter Florance!

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