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New! Orange guitar designed by Ade!

Post by bclaire » Thu Jun 03, 2021 11:41 am

https://orangeamps.com/product/custom-guitar

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This Custom Guitar was designed by Orange’s Technical Director Adrian Emsley and built by Jason Burns of Blast Cult at his workshop in London England.

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Re: New! Orange guitar designed by Ade!

Post by Jondog » Thu Jun 03, 2021 2:06 pm

bclaire wrote:
Thu Jun 03, 2021 11:41 am
https://orangeamps.com/product/custom-guitar

ORANGE CUSTOM SHOP GUITARS
This Custom Guitar was designed by Orange’s Technical Director Adrian Emsley and built by Jason Burns of Blast Cult at his workshop in London England.

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Looks awesome, paint job is a bit different, would like to see more options in that area.
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Re: New! Orange guitar designed by Ade!

Post by Boy_Narf » Thu Jun 10, 2021 10:06 pm

Expensive!

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Re: New! Orange guitar designed by Ade!

Post by groundmeat » Fri Jul 16, 2021 11:50 pm

I like it. Slap some big ole soapbars on her and she'd be a twanger I'd consider for my next'n.

Strings over the backside of the stop bar is kinda odd though, I never do that myself. I guess with the spacing it's maybe necessary. On my Les Paul I run my stopbar up higher and string it normal. Is there any particular reason to keep the stopbar slammed low and the strings over the top?

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Re: New! Orange guitar designed by Ade!

Post by LD50 » Sat Jul 17, 2021 7:22 am

Is the body flat (like a tele, vs arched like a Les Paul)?

Those pickups look quite thick on a thin body so maybe you have to have the neck set quite high, thus the bridge and dropping the strings into the stop tail might make them too low???

A few people swear by that method although I tried it a while back and can't even remember why I did not like it!!

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Re: New! Orange guitar designed by Ade!

Post by bclaire » Sat Jul 17, 2021 6:22 pm

groundmeat wrote:
Fri Jul 16, 2021 11:50 pm
Strings over the backside of the stop bar is kinda odd though, I never do that myself. I guess with the spacing it's maybe necessary. On my Les Paul I run my stopbar up higher and string it normal. Is there any particular reason to keep the stopbar slammed low and the strings over the top?
I have some friends that swear by this method on their LP's. Softer angle. I dunno - I tried it once and I didn't feel any difference...

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