SG-X/OD green

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  1. Biddlin

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    Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ...
    Good.:thumb:
     
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    I can dig it!

    Eden.
     
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    I almost sorta kinda like it.
    I have seen uglier guitars.

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    I've seen uglier. A collection of can-opener inspired bodies.
     
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    The Ovation Breadwinner was actually very comfortable, played well and sounded good.
    It didn't sell well because people couldn't get by the way it looked.
    We won't talk about the Gibson Corvus.
     
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    Actually the Breadwinner did play and sound pretty good - I had a buddy that bought one new and I played it a bit ; but my point was that it was an ugly design, and it did not sell because of said ugliness.
     

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