napalmdeath":f9jn7xe3 said:Wizard of Ozz":f9jn7xe3 said:
Pass for me too. Plus, I think it's a little TOO relic'd.
You may be right Paul...I’m not sure how they do it thou!LP Freak":164421u4 said:
Thanks Bro! I’m sure you can clean it up some with some 0000 steel wool. I personally love the heavy relic guitars. I always wanted my other Charvels necks to get really dirty and worn but just never could get them there...if I’m correct I think I’ve seen some of these models that don’t have as much relic on the fretboard... I actually wish mine was more worn...loldanielraible":2xdx4q9c said:
[/[url=https://ibb.co/ZHj1Z22]I don’t usually post up new guitars I get but this one I picked up was awesome in every way. I have had many Charvels from Custom shops to USA ones and this one is my favorite of any. Everything from playability to fret work, feel and sound this thing nails it. The weight is 7.6. Frets are as good as any custom shop I’ve had and played...if your in the market for a super strat check these out...
How are you still liking it? I know you said it’s your favorite out of all the custom shop Charvel’s you’ve owned... so we know you’d never sell the best of the best. ??
Like new Charvel Henrik Danhage signature model. Limited run. Comes with a Seymour Duncan JB. The neck is super nice on these. Fret work is perfect. Does not come with case or gig bag.reverb.com