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Discussion in 'V.C.'s Parlor' started by NewsCam 603, Dec 2, 2019.
And it was as homely as you thought it would be. Why would ANYONE think this was a good idea?
That's pretty cool. I always liked Hagstroms.. @Robb
Quirky 60s styled Hagstrom - it's hipster emo cool!
Uh... Well, I'm all for different and unique, so... Uh...
Swing and a miss? Lol...
I don’t hate it.
Post the link, so Easterners can check it out (after the storm )
So, doesn't that make it uncool?
Looks like the Partner model from the late 70s. Where's @Robb when you need him?
While I might be outnumbered on this one, mixing a Strat and an SG is about as appealing
as when they made a "Rolls Wagen"
@Robb … he's the Hagstrom master. You got this model Robb?
I personally do not care for it although it has old skool mojo. Hagstrom will have two lawsuits instead of one.
I kinda dig it but weird guitars always grab my attention. I thought the Squire 51 was dog ugly the first time I saw one. It didn't stop me from buying 2 of them though. I've since changed my mind and like the way they look now.
And a video from Mark Agnesi
Couldn't agree with you more overall, it was love at first sight when I bought the Peavey Razer and don't I wish I still had it. This thing, though, reminds me of the Dean Cadillac, another mixture of two guitars that wasn't ever needed.
It looks pretty cool to me, but maybe it needs a hotrails at the bridge?
I like it! But, it needs better upper fret access. A true SG has all 22 frets clear of the body.
I kinda like it
I almost bought one of those I think they’re freaking awesome
This is a Hagstrom FP200. I think it looks fine, but regardless, it’s my go-to P90 guitar. Beats the snot out of my Gibson SG.
I've got a used Hagstrom that I picked up for $200.00 a while back. I love it.