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    Default Decisions, decisions.

    I don't know which of these two I like better:

    First, we have model ??:

    https://reverb.com/item/4292821-sche...aiser-c-1-p-lh

    What I like about this one is the matte finish and binding. What I don't like is the Rosewood fretboard.

    Then, we have model 2161:

    https://reverb.com/item/4292821-sche...aiser-c-1-p-lh

    What I like about this one is the Seymour Duncan Nazgūl and Sentient pickups. This one also has cool binding and inlay, but it is really hard to see, especially with the gloss finish. However, I won't be on stage or anything and I will be able to see it while playing.

    Actually, while writing this post, I just noticed the second one has a better bridge, so I have about decided I like the second one better. But, my others have the Tune-o-matic bridge like the first, and I wonder if it wouldn't be better to have them all the same for consistency. On the other hand, I had a Carvin that had the bridge more like the second, and it felt noticeably better than the Tune-o-matic.
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    yup the 2nd one is better for you.

    Keep an eye out for an Ibanez with the Gibralter bridge, it's is a much more comfortable TOM where you can anchor down your chuggin and not rip up or annoy the side of you hand

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