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Deliriumcoffee

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  1. Holy crap that thing is beautiful
  2. Hello all, I’m new here! In real life two of my favorite things are coffee and guitar. I just recently bought a custom core h-150 in dirty lemon burst… I posted some pics in another thread, here’s one of the pics of from my NGD lol
  3. Yeah ok this is bar none the best guitar I’ve ever held/played lol
  4. I see where you’re coming from. Don’t get me wrong though — if people like them that’s more power to them, there’s obviously a market for them. I just wanted to know if I was missing out on anything else by foregoing going artisan aged. Thanks for your input.
  5. hello ! This is my first post on this forum, nice to meet you all. I just ordered a custom core h-150 in dirty lemon burst, super stoked, really happy with the top (hand selected by CME). super stoked to get it tomorrow. I got a Non artisan custom core — I thought artisans looked nice but wasn’t a deal breaker to me and from the relic’d guitars I’ve played in the past, I haven’t liked them more than non relic’d instruments. here’s my question — other than the appearance, is there any reason to opt for artisan over non artisan? The custom core h-150 is the first guitar I’ve spent this kind of $$$ on, so I just wanted to make sure I’ve made the right decision, so to speak…. Thanks in advance!
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