Joined: 10 Sep 2004 Posts: 2783 Location: Chino, CA
Posted: Fri Sep 17, 2004 12:14 am Post subject:
Donnie B. wrote:
"So you decided that guitar was a little too "perfect", huh?" Yup. Too sterile, too even, too clean... So I showed him what I replaced the MC/1 one with and he took it away from me!
Not sure if you've seen the picture yet in the other thread Ed
Well, I guess I'll stop thinking about the MC1 then. When I was bidding on the C90 I emailed the SN to Moore and they were able to tell me a bit about the guitar. It was custom ordered and the buyer wanted the back to be a light piece of mahogany. Strapping it on you've never think it was mahogany but it's got a really nice lush tone but yet airy with no mud. You are right about the action though, I've never had something I could get so low - which for the stuff I'm playing now works perfectly.
Yes, saw that dittie you did on the photo. Funny stuff! Thanks!
You should still try out an MC/1 somewhere somehow if you get a chance. To me, it's a specialty guitar, not something that's good for a variety of purposes, but for shredding and high-speed fusion kind of stuff, it's amazing. _________________ Ed Yoon
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