g'day from brisbane :)

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Re: g'day from brisbane :)

Post by TheGuitarNinja » Sun Apr 17, 2011 1:16 pm

I spy another 7 stringer, this pleases me immensely. Welcome to this sausagefest of a forum, Paul.
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Re: g'day from brisbane :)

Post by M2k » Sun Apr 17, 2011 3:04 pm

Sevenstringers are becoming a bit more common here.
s_m_g wrote:Can someone translate this thread to guitar so I can understand what the hell you're all talking about?

I had Octoban once, it was kind of like calamari but a bit chewier.

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Re: g'day from brisbane :)

Post by ExilE » Sun Apr 17, 2011 3:47 pm

M2k wrote:Sevenstringers are becoming a bit more common here.
They have there many uses that's for sure... strangely I like the feel of the neck on my 7 string better to be honest
TheGuitarNinja wrote:I spy another 7 stringer, this pleases me immensely. Welcome to this sausagefest of a forum, Paul.
Thanks mate.. always like to please where i can... I love my 7 string.. it's not the best but it plays and feels great for me which is where it counts can't wait to get the new pickups in and setup :)

I'm interested hearing about your "Agile Intrepid 828" Guitar that would be an 8 String if im correct? got any pictures and able to tell us a bit about it ?



I also have a 6 string... ESP LTD M-50 with a Dimarzio D Activator in the bridge

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Re: g'day from brisbane :)

Post by TheGuitarNinja » Sun Apr 17, 2011 6:02 pm

You are correct sir, the 828 is an 8 string with a 28" scale, super heavy Ash body, Agile Cepheus pickups, sounds really round and djenty.

Here's a clip: http://soundcloud.com/brownshuggah/octofap" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

And here's the NGD thread with pics: http://guitarsatbmusic.com.au/forum/vie ... =8&t=11853" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
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Re: g'day from brisbane :)

Post by ExilE » Sun Apr 17, 2011 6:12 pm

ahhr I see what you did there.. I like it! I really can't see myself ever going to an eight string.. but they just look wild and gotten be honest some players can make good use of the extra strings!

I thought you may have had the model with the 808's and the floyd but that must be the pro model i'm thinking of or what ever it's called... but sounds like you and the Agile 828 are working together nicely.

cheers for that

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Re: g'day from brisbane :)

Post by ExilE » Wed Apr 27, 2011 8:06 pm

dude... got the guitar back from tech tonight should of done this upgrade long ago... fucking love the tone this guitar is now producing !

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Re: g'day from brisbane :)

Post by ExilE » Thu Apr 28, 2011 12:13 am

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As you may notice, I need to install new pickup rings, old ones were had it haven't recived my new ones yet... will put on next string change :)

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