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Thread: New FX-AM Models

  1. New FX-AM Models

    We are pleased to announce a series of FX-AM models, the Horus FX-AM, Dellinger II FX-AM & Dellinger7 FX-AM. With a Light Ash and Maple composite tone wood body, and Hipshot hardware these are stripped down metal machines!

    http://www.caparisonguitars.com/en/p...em/horus-fx-am
    http://www.caparisonguitars.com/en/p...inger-ii-fx-am
    http://www.caparisonguitars.com/en/p...linger-7-fx-am

  2. #2
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    How's the pricing on these models ?

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    Gabriel mentioned the Horus models would be going for $1999 US. Might need a confirmation

  4. The 6 strings will be 1,499 UK (inc. TAX) and $1,999 (excl. TAX), the Dellinger 7 FX-AM is a little more.
    http://www.caparisonguitars.com

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    ill take a dellinger please

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    I wish they had clock inlays, but they are rather cool.

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    Real pity of the clock inlays. Otherwise a Horus FX would definitely be on my Christmas list. Have been hoping for a fixed bridge Horus for ages and the indicated retail price in the UK is quite attractive. Also love the stripped wood finish. I guess you can't have everything

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    Quick question. When will these be available in the UK? Might need to drop by guitarguitar to check them out ;-)

  9. They are available to order now, Cranes Music will have the first of them in the next few weeks, no news on when Guitar Guitar will stock them yet.

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    If you arent into the 'stripped down' look.. You should see what Gabe just posted on FB

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