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Old 12-02-2019, 06:49 PM
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Default carbon fiber guitar with a wedge

I know that Emerald guitars have bevels (maybe not the same as a wedge) and Journey has wedges. Do any other companies make carbon fiber guitars with a wedge? Thanks.
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The Journey OF660 travel guitars use the Manzer Wedge design.
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My Rainsong does not.... And with that thick lower bout that wouldn't have been a bad idea.
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There may be others but these have wedge/bevel https://leviora-guitars.de/en/

Just in case you haven't seen it https://www.acousticguitarforum.com/...d.php?t=559816
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There may be others but these have wedge/bevel https://leviora-guitars.de/en/
I'm seeing plenty of references to the bevel, but I can't find anything about a wedge...
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There may be others but these have wedge/bevel https://leviora-guitars.de/en/
I had not heard of these yet..... Looks very interesting. Thanks a lot (said in a sarcastic voice....) I will tell my wife it's YOUR fault.
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I had not heard of these yet..... Looks very interesting. Thanks a lot (said in a sarcastic voice....) I will tell my wife it's YOUR fault.
Suggest to your wife that she take up quilting. By the time you've gone through SMAS (Sewing Machine Acquisition Syndrome) a couple of times, not to mention SMAAS (Sewing Machine Accessory Acquisition Syndrome), you'll be able to buy pretty much anything you want.

I speak from experience. And own two Emeralds.
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Suggest to your wife that she take up quilting. By the time you've gone through SMAS (Sewing Machine Acquisition Syndrome) a couple of times, not to mention SMAAS (Sewing Machine Accessory Acquisition Syndrome), you'll be able to buy pretty much anything you want.

I speak from experience. And own two Emeralds.
Well I'm halfway there, except it's not quilting. It's bass. Her name is Kay. So naturally she plays a Kay. There's some really nice ones on Reverb. Including a standup with a very shiny redneck flame paint job she likes. (don't ask).....

Sorry about the thread drift.
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Sorry about the thread drift.
Thread drift is most welcome. At least people here don't yell at each other about micro-crystalline differences between ox femur and mammoth testicle bridge pins.
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Thread drift is most welcome. At least people here don't yell at each other about micro-crystalline differences between ox femur and mammoth testicle bridge pins.
LOL. I refer to it as "Stream of consciousness posting".

If you REALLY want to have fun on the woodie fora ask things like:

"Should I relax my strings when I'm not playing it for a while?"
"What should I use to treat the wood?" (McGuiars is not the answer, that IS however what Rainsong recommends.... I have it in stock LOL)
"Which humidity is best for my guitar?"
"Which Martin sounds the best?"

Ah, you get the idea.
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There may be others but these have wedge/bevel https://leviora-guitars.de/en/

Just in case you haven't seen it https://www.acousticguitarforum.com/...d.php?t=559816
Thanks song for the reference to the Leviora guitars and the list. Didn't know there were so many makers of carbon fiber guitars.
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