Dwarf Rat wrote:From Paul Languedoc:
Do you know there are people making knock-offs of your guitars?
Yes, thanks. They all suck.
What is the price for one of the Liger guitars (with Swamp Ash body)?
freddyrose76 wrote:I haven't determined pricing yet. It's going to be a bit more than the TA-01 because of the more detailed inlay work, extra p-up and extra knob and switches. I'm hoping that mahogany will bring out more of a warm 70s Jerry tone while swamp ash would have more of a bright 80s Jerry tone. Compared to the Irwin guitars, the Cripe guitars sounded especially bright and crisp. It's tough to say that the wood choice made a huge difference when Jerry seemed to used EQ to shape the sound.
mijknahs wrote:Yes, the mahogany will sound more like early Jerry when he played an SG or LP but it will be brigher with the maple neck. I find that the neck wood has a huge influence on the "snap", attack and sustain but the body wood also adds a lot to the overall tone and sustain. My cocobolo/maple/cocobolo body guitar (with maple neck) has much more sustain and resonance than my Gibson LP (with mahogany body/maple cap AND maple neck playing direct through the same amp/rig. Yet my maple necked LP is definitely brigher and "snappier" than a mahogany necked LP.
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