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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by Stratafied, Jan 17, 2021.
Sounds really good.
Thomann has pulled off a trick here by being the distributor, as well as the on-line store for the Harley Benton guitars. Literally, "cut out the middle man". They're silly cheap for the quality, I believe, but I can't play slender necks. So, alas, most their guitars are no use to me.
Hi Simon, in the states monoprice does the same thing. I’m pretty sure it’s the same equipment.
Take a look at that neck on Lonn's ST...it's beefy...
Check out Glarry that even cuts out the traditional retailer. $75 S-types with free shipping.
Direct from the factory to player via Amazon.
Firefly is another interesting model ... appears like some guys order a shipping container full of a single batch of guitars in the same color even to get the price down, then sell them via Amazon in a 'better get them now before they sell out' fashion. 335 style guitars for $150.
These are the first experimenters. There are going to be more and more choices.
Fill the control cavities with the same pots/switches/jack brands as MIA, pay careful attention to fretwork, show how they are hand winding pickups, and import guitars by new brands will take over.
You might like this fat necked one Simon.
Harley Benton DC-Junior FAT Faded Cherry
It’s the name, sounds like a cross between a motorcycle and a yoghurt...................dunno where that came from, s’posed to be good guitars.
I can’t help but think they missed a trick calling the brand “Harley Benton” rather than something a little cooler sounding.
Sounds to me like a girl I dated when I was drinking.