I liked both guitars very much. However, it may be just me, but I liked the sound of SRV Number One Guitar better mainly because I noticed that one was played with a little more “hum!” while I’m feeling you were holding back a little with the SRV. Again it may be just me. This could have something to do with the fact that I believe that 80% of one of his hands from. Haha! Anyway, it was an interesting video and thank you for the Ons! KWS sounds right, I guess severe in large comparison.Sounds! Both SRV and KWS have a handle 12 “radius per site specifications. Do you think this dish compliments a wider radius neck well
Appears to be similar to a les paul etc. Are these two a little easier to play models (flexion / fast game, etc.) so let’s signature John Mayer Or is there not much dif Thank you! fun to play, and awesome guitars! What do you think of strats with maple fingedrobards Amp in this video Thank you U. Have a great sound !! KWS was a little trebley survey in some places …. almost severe. Would you like to hear the Macon-o-wah guitar in another. The SRV sounded smoother and bigger. I like the sound and feel of the SRV pickguard but I hate the monogram and white PU covers bright and buttons. If I ever re Ois one (which I also hope) I want to change things about it.
Do not get me wrong, I love Stevie … but the fender srv stratocaster definition guitar pickguard is too much for Monogram me.KWS now seems better hands down. Cats jazz and blues mixed-o guys prefer SRV … but the KWS is now a snarling monster of a blues guitar (to my mind). obviously you’ve played a bit in the store before buying the KWS and improved microphones. If you sell one of them, I would be the buyer on the quiet KWS.Are SRV pickups N3 noiseless pick ups in my luxury are absolutely silent. I love that.Yeah SRV wins, you can hear with your own ears. The only departure is that I have or at least have SRV neck.