- Nov 13, 2012
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Both brands are too reliant on their classic models IMHO. Most of their models date from sixty or seventy years ago.
This is true. But it really is the way it is in the guitar world.
Consider some of the "new and exciting" guitars that have been introduced over the past few decades. Parker Fly guitars. Headless Steinberger. Zoot Suit SGs. Travis Bean aluminum guitars. Has any "new and exciting" innovative guitar become a standard in the music world? No. It is still Strats and Teles and Les Pauls and SGs that out-sell anything new. That's the reason why guitar makers are reliant on their classic models.