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    Did anyone else know about this?

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    Cool!

    Looks similar to the GC Special Edition honey burst Axis I saw while I was in Vegas, cept it's Cherry burst with a rosewood neck. Very nice! Glad it's being offered online too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kimonostereo View Post
    Cool!

    Looks similar to the GC Special Edition honey burst Axis I saw while I was in Vegas, cept it's Cherry burst with a rosewood neck. Very nice! Glad it's being offered online too!
    Yep just another GC special love cherryburst!!

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    cherryburst is an amazing finish. No idea why i don't own it if i love it so much lol
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    Yummmmmmmm. !!!!
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    Too bad no matching headstock. With such a gorgeous guitar, it seems like an omission to skip the matching headstock. I have encountered a couple of these GC/MF models in my local GC's (Carle Place and Manhattan, NY) and decided not to buy because of the non-matching headstock.

    Can anyone (Glen?) shed any light on this -- what's their rationale for going without the matching headstock?


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    I was most struck by the covered pickups and how much they changed the look of the guitar.
    As for the non-matching headstock I agree with you Jeff, it's a must have. Only rational is that it knocks $150 or so off of the price. They were probably hoping to grab a few buyers on the fence about the price.
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    The guitar looks great! A Rosewood Neck fan should be very happy with this purchase.

    The headstock is cosmetic.

    If you can play, "Foreplay/Long Time" by Boston or "La Villa Strangiato" by Rush, noone is really going to care if the color of the headstock is Natural.....
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    Well I CAN play "La Villa..." note for note, but I still want a matching headstock :P
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