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> My New Hagstrom Swede
post Dec 30 2007, 04:29 AM
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I have been looking at these guitars at a local shop for a while.

They had one this color a while back and it was sold.

I noticed this one last week and finally managed to sweet talk the wife to a mild anger towards me buying another guitar.

I would not say it is a LP copy but rather another version of a style. It has a tone toggle that has capacitors which changes the tone quite a bit. They have made some improvements to the pots. They have more control rather than the old ones they used to install that were at full by #3.

Came with a great case as well. Lots of sustain , fast neck and a nice crunch.

Anyone who may have had one of these, let me know if there is anything I should know. I was thinking of changing the nut to a bone or ivory??.


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post Dec 30 2007, 11:57 AM
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Nice vintage guitar man, congratulations smile.gif

Change the nut if you really need to... wink.gif

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