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    There's that Invader again

    I want to snag that up and refinish it.

    Is anyone in the Portland area? I would fly out to get it like I did with my PRS, but the flight loads look rough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dippey View Post
    What’s yalls thoughts on that Dillion firebird?
    I own a Dillion "Rosie" tele...it is a decent guitar...has Wilkinson pickups that sound good along with grover tuners...

    It won't be mistaken for a custom shop guitar, but well worth the money....

    mine is like this one:

    https://adirondackguitar.com/lefty/d...T-69_Rosie.htm

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    That Steinberger looks great in white! I haven't seen a GT Pro in anything other than black.
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    I've seen the 80's ones in red and white, but not the Yo ones,
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    If Steinberger were to make a lefty carbon/composite broom I would buy one immediately.
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    I think I just need to go and buy the Haggie...that guitar has been for sale for over 6 months....

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    I'm thinking about grabbing the Steinberger because I travel a bunch for work.

    Has anyone had any experiences with that? I'm assuming it's much easier to move around, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pushead2 View Post
    I'm thinking about grabbing the Steinberger because I travel a bunch for work.

    Has anyone had any experiences with that? I'm assuming it's much easier to move around, etc.
    Yep, extensive experience. I have had mine for about 13 years, and I have loved it from the day I bought it. My opinion is that I don't see how you can beat them for travel. I have traveled extensively with mine. They fit nicely in an overhead bin on an airplane. Even a bin that is "full" usually has a nice gap of space on top of the suitcases and bags that the guitar will fit nicely in to. I highly recommend putting it into a full bin on top of suitcases and other bags. Putting it into an empty bin is just asking other passengers to throw their heavy crap on top of it.

    Setting aside travel, these guitars are still a great value. Make no mistake; this is not some entry-level guitar made with crummy parts and assembled with poor construction and then marked up due to its convenience for travel. Nay; this is a great instrument on its own. Action, intonation, relief, fretwork and feel are all great. They are built as solid as a rock and stay in tune very well.

    I do recommend a string adapter, though. It will allow you to use any set of strings you want, You won't have to keep extra sets of strings specifically for that guitar. It's not worth the inconvenience to locate and order double-ball strings, and then be limited to whichever manufacturers make double-ball strings, and then to have to continually make sure you have extras of that one set in case a string breaks.

    Feel free to ask any other questions about it!
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    you can buy covers for the existing stock ones that look fantastic.

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