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GrooveMerchant

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I haven't been playing guitar for a while.
For years actually.
Lots of reasons why, which I won't go into here.
But I've just started getting back into it.
I decided to pick up a new guitar to help inspire me.
I bought a used Silo Special a few weeks ago, and I really like it, but I don't love it.
So I kept my eyes open and stumbled across a Steve Morse used, and a decent deal (for Canada).
This was the model I really wanted. I thought I would be satisfied with the Silo, but it wasn't quite right.
I talked the seller down a bit, and picked up the Morse on Saturday.
I can't remember ever connecting with a guitar so quickly before.
I love it.
The feel.
The tone.
The looks.
I love everything about it.
It's more than I've ever shelled out for a guitar before, but I think it's worth it.
I have a SUB 1 I bought years ago, and I still really like it, bit the Morse is on a whole different level.
 

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NorM

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When I play a Steve Morse guitar it is the last thing I will do that day. I just can not put it down.
 

Awhitlock

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I picked up a Morse a little while ago. I must admit that the pickup configuartion has always put me off in the past and stopped me from taking an interest. BUT, I tried one and could not put it down. It was such a revelation, I bought it straight away without even checking my bank budget first ... haha. It is now one of my Main Players. Everything about it flows and feels so good!
 

banjoplayer

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nice one. it looks like it has a decent figuring on the headstock.
Although I have a few guitars, the Morse is nearly always my go-to guitar. For playing at home and rehearsing I use all my guitars, but at a gig the Morse is the safest
 
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