2020.4.1: I noticed later that the current model has a bridge made by Tone Pros, which makes it easier to adjust the octave.
I bought it because I like this model as well as the GazettE, and also because it was a bargain price for me to study the bridge structure and adjustment.
I don't think the accuracy is such a problem, but I think the current model with adjustable saddles is better in terms of ease of adjustment.
The fretboard was very dirty, so it looks like it has been played a lot, but fortunately the frets and overall damage is minimal and the protective film on the panel is still there.
Only the strap pin had a different color normal pin that the previous owner wanted, so I changed it to a gold locking pin that I have, or I went back to the original one.
It is useful as a DC body that can be dropped easily.
The D'Addario 11-49 keeps the tension well even in drop C.
2022.4: It was nice to be able to change tuning easily, but I sold it because I didn't play it that much after all.
|type of gear|
Quilt Maple Top/Mahogany Back
Hard Maple 3P
|number of frets|
Seymour Duncan F:SH-1n/R:SH-14
1Vol,3way toggle SW