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Dana_V, July 3, 2017 in Shishkov Guitars
Fantastic! They all are...
Congrats on a beautiful Shishkov! If Mike was a baseball player he would be the designated hitter, "battingathousand" I tell ya!
Just gorgeous! Safe travels back home and looking forward to the additional tone report.
Gobsmacked once again!
3 hours ago, kizanski said:
Can we get a ban over here?
Yeah.....what a beautiful example yet again......I was playing 0006 yesterday and every now and then I find myself admiring the finish and build. I do this with my Hamers too, but not like the Shish.
0063 is absolutely gorgeous in every way. Enjoy it, rock it, and play her often.
And yes, a tone report would be nice..,,though I believe we already know...always the same, yet always different.
Everyone is a winner, as is this. I can't imagine a dissatisfied owner. These guitars are just too good!!
Each guitar has been fantabulous... you search in ways to play and yes admire it, the beauty, functionality, sound. how it feels in your hands, how it is so well balanced, how it's a no compromise guitar... and each of the 63 or so have been any I would take in....and how much fun it is to deal with team Shishkov!!
Thanks everybody. I've got gigs on 7/22 and 7/29, so it's going to see plenty of playing time right away.
Here's a picture with my daughter, Mike, 0063 and me:
Another cool thing: I got to play the SC and DC prototypes, as well as Ultimate #0000. I was REALLY impressed with how comfortable the contoured neck joint on the SC was.
And yeah, I picked out the top for my next one (a DC -- no mystery this time).
Get a haircut, hippy!
What a way to end this run of Ultimates. That guitar is gorgeous. Enjoy.
0063 is safe at home.
You know.....if you put some hair on Matt Kenseth......
Took 0063 to a band rehearsal tonight (yes, it's in a garage). Oh man.
Of course I had plugged it in and played it by myself at home, but to me you don't really know how a guitar is going to sound until you play it in a band setting. So tonight, through a Fulltone Full Drive-2 and a '53 Magnatone with a bass player and a drummer...the clarity, string definition, responsiveness...wow. Just wow.