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    Default Re: Eastman ERM El Rey

    Aaaaaaaaand it's sold :-)

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    Default Re: Eastman ERM El Rey

    And now it has been removed.

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    Default Re: Eastman ERM El Rey

    Martin, have a sound comparison with Gibson's EM 150 ?
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    Default Re: Eastman ERM El Rey

    Eastman is importing from a factory , so there must be mote than One..
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    I really want a long scale 5 string version!
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    Default Re: Eastman ERM El Rey

    Quote Originally Posted by mandroid View Post
    Martin, have a sound comparison with Gibson's EM 150 ?
    Haven't played an EM150 all that recently (although I do have a cool A50 with the Johnny Gimble setup), but the biggest difference is going to be single coil (EM150) vs. humbucker (El Rey). You're likely to get less hum, and extraneous noise in general, out of the El Rey.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Baron Collins-Hill View Post
    I really want a long scale 5 string version!
    Me Too!

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