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    EART W2 Headless Guitar demo

    https://youtu.be/AMb127HeDvs

    My demo of the EART W2 Headless Guitar featuring excerpts of my track "Today".

    Straight out from the box, stock strings, and plastic still on pickups. I just tuned it to drop D. Intonation was fine.

    Body: Roasted ASH
    Neck: Roasted maple and African mahogany five-piece neck, upper "C" and the lower "U"
    Fingerboard: Indian Rosewood, Compound Radius 9.5-14
    Pickup: Korean zebra pickup
    Bridge: Hard tail
    Scale Length: 648mm
    Switch: 5-ways switch
    Potentiometer: 500K Alpha
    Capacitance: 223J capacitor
    Fret: 24 frets Stainless steel frets,
    Nut: Bone Nut

    It's a fun guitar! It's in the budget price range, so there are some visible showings of so. But, it's not so bad.

    Gear used:
    Dragonheart Pure pick
    Boss Instrument Cable

    Effects:
    Headrush Gigboard (also used as interface)

    Left channel is the Choptones Metal Pack Vol. 3
    Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier (Modern) with EVH 5150III 4x12 loaded with Celestion G12EVH speakers models
    https://www.choptones.com/

    Right channel is the SDNA Knucklehead
    Based on a West Coast made cab loaded with V30s
    https://sonic-dna.com/

    DAW:
    Recorded on Magix Music Maker
    Mix and Master on Samplitude Music Studio
    Wave SSL-E Channel
    Toontracks EZDrummer 2

    Camera:
    My Samsung S10e phone

    Video Editor:
    Vegas Movie Studio 13 Platinum

    #2
    I’ve heard these are quite good, with decent specs, and good fretwork, but mediocre hardware. What are your impressions?

    I do have ethical misgivings about a guitar that’s so obviously a .strandberg* ripoff.

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      #3
      If you name your company .likethis* IMO anyone is allowed to rip you off because that is pretentious and douchey as hell.

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        #4
        Originally posted by Darren View Post
        I’ve heard these are quite good, with decent specs, and good fretwork, but mediocre hardware. What are your impressions?

        I do have ethical misgivings about a guitar that’s so obviously a .strandberg* ripoff.
        Thanks for your time!

        My impressions,,, it is certainly fun to play! It's my first time playing on stainless frets and I am liking ir! I noticed some micro gaps in between some of the frets and board, but not enough to catch strings or for my fingers to feel. However, I am not liking the sharp corners as they dig into my lap. The finish, however, is really nice! Pickups are okay, but doesn't wow me.

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          #5
          Oh, on Strandberg shape, I think they changed the newer ones. Not so bad for $329. But, I may return this and check out the newer shaped ones.

          Not sure how to post pictures from a url or embed youtube videos.

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