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    Quote Originally Posted by TrapperJ View Post
    Anyone know what the body wood is?

    Mahogany
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    My guess is based on the price point the body would be Indonesian basswood. Otherwise known as Jabon. I’m sure Mr. Martin will be along to confirm after the NAMM craziness is over.
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    I should have waited before posting. Like I said, probably Mahogany
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeteDuBaldo View Post
    Mahogany
    Amazing at that price point. If they come out with a D model with THE DiMarzios in it I’m in!!
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    Mahogony at 400 bucks - nice!

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    Pete has some good pics & info on his site already...upgrades available

    Looks like a nice gittar for the $$, but I'm gonna hold out for an upscale version.
    If they offer an HH with a roasted neck, 5-way and D-pups, then they get my $$...
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    Quote Originally Posted by xjbebop View Post
    Pete has some good pics & info on his site already...upgrades available

    Looks like a nice gittar for the $$, but I'm gonna hold out for an upscale version.
    If they offer an HH with a roasted neck, 5-way and D-pups, then they get my $$...
    and mine too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by xjbebop View Post
    Pete has some good pics & info on his site already...upgrades available

    Looks like a nice gittar for the $$, but I'm gonna hold out for an upscale version.
    If they offer an HH with a roasted neck, 5-way and D-pups, then they get my $$...
    It felt great at the show, and I'm looking forward to getting ours in a few weeks. If there aren't enough sales on the intro SUB model then I'm not sure they would have reason to release an upgraded model. You could of course buy one now for the instant gratification, and then if a new model comes out in a few years you could sell or trade in the old one to offset the cost!
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    Wow waiting for this one, right color too!!!
    Just a question: no 5 way switch? That would be too bad for me..

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    Sounds like something Pete could mod for you, especially if you put the Dimarzio in

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrapperJ View Post
    Sounds like something Pete could mod for you, especially if you put the Dimarzio in
    Edit - They come with a 5-way toggle
    Last edited by PeteDuBaldo; 01-29-2018 at 02:06 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cordarino View Post
    Wow waiting for this one, right color too!!!
    Just a question: no 5 way switch? That would be too bad for me..
    There you go, striaght from the man - see above

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeteDuBaldo View Post
    It felt great at the show, and I'm looking forward to getting ours in a few weeks. If there aren't enough sales on the intro SUB model then I'm not sure they would have reason to release an upgraded model. You could of course buy one now for the instant gratification, and then if a new model comes out in a few years you could sell or trade in the old one to offset the cost!
    Wasn't the SBMM Valentine launched with a roasted neck? ...yup...

    However, I understand the AL model might be a bit more of a gamble for them, so I totally understand that point.

    I really do hope they sell well...would like to see the model continue to thrive.
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    You have to get GC to stock the SBMM AL.

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    So far we know is a mahogany slab body, maple neck with rosewood board?
    25.5' scale, HH with a three way switch?

    Also Pete, the highly polished frets, does that include leveling and what not?

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