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    wow, I'm digging my new Majesty

    Hi, all

    This is my first post here (but not my first EBMM guitar).

    I've had this limited edition Majesty for about a month or so....it's really a perfect instrument in every respect. It's the first guitar I've had that just totally gets out of the way and lets you fly.

    EBMM Majesty Limited Edition Koa Island Burst

    I love how the volume knob is out of the way and the bridge is perfectly shaped for picking closer to the saddles. I can't even play my Suhr Modern with a Floyd now


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    Nice entrance!!! Congrats and welcome to the forum! Beautiful guitar and nice playing!
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    Welcome to the forum. Awesome video!

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    Thanks guys! Appreciated

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    Congratulations and enjoy!! Beautiful Limited Edition Majesty

    JPXI Cardinal Red
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    Maj's take playing to a whole new level. I have quite a few boutique and classic monsters, but my Artisan is usually the first off the rack more often than not. It really doesn't have many limits. . . and fits like a glove.
    [SIGPIC[/SIGPIC]

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    Quote Originally Posted by lifeson1 View Post
    Maj's take playing to a whole new level. I have quite a few boutique and classic monsters, but my Artisan is usually the first off the rack more often than not. It really doesn't have many limits. . . and fits like a glove.
    Yeah, it's not like I'm short on good guitars around here but this Majesty takes the cake. I think I've owned a little over 50 guitars since 1981 and nothing comes close to the playability of this thing. I have a JP15 that I like about as much but the neck carve on the Majesty (perhaps it is due to the binding?) has a tiny bit more shoulder to it and feels a little better. And the polished ebony fretboard feels crazy good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyboogie View Post
    Congratulations and enjoy!! Beautiful Limited Edition Majesty

    Thanks, johnnyboogie !

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    Quote Originally Posted by ieso View Post
    I love how the volume knob is out of the way and the bridge is perfectly shaped for picking closer to the saddles. I can't even play my Suhr Modern with a Floyd now
    This is the reason why I pretty much play JP models religiously.

    Congrats on an awesome guitar!

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