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Can’t say for sure. It’s been a long time since I had my AL. Congrats though! So play standing up a lot?
I'm not sure that's an option, unfortunately. I bought it from a small shop. It was their only one and they don't do refunds. Only credits.I'm pretty sure that's unusually portly for an AL, although the newest one in my herd is the Starry Night from a few years ago. Personally, I'd see about exchanging it for another since it's a new model. I just don't care for heavy gittars.
I'm not sure that's an option, unfortunately. I bought it from a small shop. It was their only one and they don't do refunds. Only credits.
I once owned a Gibson Lucille. It was just above a ton. And a half. We cannot complain with our MM.
Varies a lot! My 2016 Starry Night is feather-light while my BFR and my MM90 are heavy as dead horses.
Hahahahahahahaha, I've owned 2 guitars prior to my EBMM's. One was a Hodno strat copy, it was average weight and the other was a Ibanez ST-50 and it was heavier that the EBMM's. I personally find the EBMM's just right for me, but I have honestly never weighed one of them.
I think the one I have is pretty accurate. I have several other guitars that I purchased with advertised weights and my scale pretty much says the same thing. The guitar just feels really heavy. When I first sat it in the scale I was sure it was going to be over nine pounds.Early BFR's are heavier - presumably because of the toneblock, - but yes that does seem heavy, - checked a 2nd set of scales?