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Hi everyone,

Still pretty new here but I had posted previously about choosing a PGM. I ended up getting the 401 and boy, I really couldn't be happier with this. Plays, and sounds like a dream :) Here's some pictures! Thanks again for all the input in the previous thread.

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Cheers :)


Thu Nov 05, 2009 10:32 pm
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Congrats.

If this is your first PGM welcome to the club. And beware PGM's can become addicting. I've owned 7 over the last 5 years or so. I still have 6.

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Welcome to the PGM club! Excellent guitar, congrats.


Thu Nov 05, 2009 10:59 pm
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gorgeous grain on that baby


Thu Nov 05, 2009 11:00 pm
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Very nice 401 you have there!

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Thu Nov 05, 2009 11:37 pm
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Thanks guys :) Yep, it's my first PGM. There are some things that will take some time getting used to like the old school neck joint but it's something that's growing on me for sure. The pickups are really cool as well, lots of tonal variation to be had.

First PGM but I don't think it'll be the last.


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Beautiful wood patten ! :evil:


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Ibanic wrote:
Beautiful wood patten ! :evil:


evil smiley :lol:

The 401s are brilliant looking guitars. I wasn't sold on them until I saw it in person. :) Congrats dude!

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Nice one

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It looks lovely.


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Killer guitar!


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Nice man. The 401 is the first current PGM I've really wanted. Maybe next year...


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Gorgeous wood on that one, congrats!

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I've had a few weeks with this one now and I couldn't be more pleased. The thing sounds awesome, really digging the ash body and it virtually plays itself. Also got a ton of tonal variation within these pickup configs as well.

Never thought I'd buy a guitar totally untested like I did this one but boy I'm glad I did.

Thanks again :)


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You know I think Paul could break out some hot Country Tele Licks on that 401... These PGMs are great all around guitars for any style from shred to country.


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Please could you tell us what are the values of:

volume value resistance: is it 250k or 500k ?
Capacitor value: is it a 0,22 µfd or something else ?

This would be usefull since I would like o mount 2 air classic humbuckers for a new guitar. Thank you.


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xjustice09x wrote:
Congrats.

If this is your first PGM welcome to the club. And beware PGM's can become addicting. I've owned 7 over the last 5 years or so. I still have 6.


I have to agree. I have 7, myself.. Lucky for me, I don't have any real interest in the new ones...

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Please could you tell us what frets is it ?
These are Dunlop N° ?????????


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