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    St. Vincent different inlays

    I was looking at St. Vincent in Tobacco Burst at Sweetwater and I noticed something odd.

    One of them has different fretboard inlays (standard dots).

    See here:

    Ernie Ball Music Man St. Vincent Signature - Tobacco Burst | Sweetwater

    Is that an anomaly, or is it possible to order it that way?

    Either way, I thought it was strange.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zesta View Post
    I was looking at St. Vincent in Tobacco Burst at Sweetwater and I noticed something odd.

    One of them has different fretboard inlays (standard dots).

    See here:

    Ernie Ball Music Man St. Vincent Signature - Tobacco Burst | Sweetwater

    Is that an anomaly, or is it possible to order it that way?

    Either way, I thought it was strange.

    -Randy
    That does seem like some sort of anomaly. To the best of my knowledge all STVs should come with the custom inlays, and dot inlays are not an option.
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    Is it possible that this is a picture of one of those "back room one offs" from NAMM?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beerandbeards View Post
    Is it possible that this is a picture of one of those "back room one offs" from NAMM?
    Yes, either that or they were done with dots as a special order for GC.
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    It was listed along side 2 others that have the expected inlays. Apparently this one is the only one left in that color now. I ordered one of the others :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beerandbeards View Post
    Is it possible that this is a picture of one of those "back room one offs" from NAMM?
    The ones offered at NAMM are trans gold and trans blue
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    Interesting. Definitely not photoshop because of the angled pics.
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