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    Suhr Modern Satin

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    My 88 Morse. Now that I finally have the pickups in it that I love, I just can't put it down. I drift off and play some of my others sometimes just for fun, but the Morse just does it for me. I play seated a lot and the guitar balances perfectly and has the best action of all of my guitars.
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    My jp6 BFR hands down, best playing guitar I've ever played.

    JP6 Pearl Red.
    JP6 BFR Bahama Blue.

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    My ‘59 Les Paul... just kidding. My 1996 Axis has been #1 for the 24 years I’ve owned it.
    Trans Gold Axis- Flame (DOB 12.13.1996)
    Trans Green Axis Sport (DOB 12.02.1997)
    Trans Green Axis- Quilt (DOB 03.14.2000)
    Black HH Albert Lee (DOB 12.01.2009)
    Honey Roasted Axis - Quilt (DOB 09.20.2012)
    White HSS Silo Spec (DOB 02.03.2014)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stratty316 View Post
    My ‘59 Les Paul... just kidding. My 1996 Axis has been #1 for the 24 years I’ve owned it.
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    2017 St. Vincent HHH. I'm smitten!

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    In order:
    25th Anniversary Reflex for most everything
    Reflex Gamechanger HSHP for piezo needs and some odds and ends

    You can't go wrong with a Reflex...proof that the guitar market is afraid of change
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    Armada, Gamechanger reflex, Y2D, JP6,, 25th Anniversary Reflex
    3 Stratocasters, RG3120, Variax, Stingray Bass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BUC View Post
    In order:
    25th Anniversary Reflex for most everything
    Reflex Gamechanger HSHP for piezo needs and some odds and ends

    You can't go wrong with a Reflex...proof that the guitar market is afraid of change
    Personally, I don’t think the issue was the Reflex itself. If it looked more like the 25th Anniversary with a nice maple top I believe it may have sold much better. That’s my “uneducated guess”. I’m sure EBMM had its reasons and knows the market better than me. The GC Special Edition Reflex with the quilt tops were amazing. I just missed out on a green one back in the day
    Last edited by Stratty316; 07-21-2020 at 09:30 PM. Reason: Added into
    Trans Gold Axis- Flame (DOB 12.13.1996)
    Trans Green Axis Sport (DOB 12.02.1997)
    Trans Green Axis- Quilt (DOB 03.14.2000)
    Black HH Albert Lee (DOB 12.01.2009)
    Honey Roasted Axis - Quilt (DOB 09.20.2012)
    White HSS Silo Spec (DOB 02.03.2014)

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    I agree. My Reflex is a stellar guitar. So completely warm and open sounding. Amazing instrument.



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    Axis Hardtail TransPurple #89749 (3/28/97)
    Reflex Classic White #G71108 (7/14/14)
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