Ruokangas guitars

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prman
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Check out these sweets! www.ruokangas.com[/url]
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Nice, I like the build your own guitar feature.
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There are some pretties also in the Models/Custom Gallery-section...
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aww ..man . the page doesnt work?
is there a better links please?
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He just messed up the link by accident. Just delete the last part of the link or go here http://www.ruokangas.com/
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Now there's some very pretty guitars! I liked them alot, especially some of the customs even though the regular models looked good as well. Anyone here that's played or maybe owns one?
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I got the VSOP Standard. It is the most resonant tremolo-equipped guitar I`ve ever played. The sustain is unbelievable (I don`t even use much gain), there are no dead notes anywhere on the fretboard and the tone is just pure bliss. Some specs of my VSOP are:

- thermotreated, slightly V-shaped maple neck with bone nut
- thermotreated rosewood fingerboard with pearloid markers
- thermotreated alder body, heritage cherry sunburst color
- three singlecoil Kinman AVn Blues pickups
- Wilkinson VSV tremolo (chrome)
- Schaller locking tuners (chrome)
- ivory pearloid pickguard and white knobs

It is "just" plain and simple strat but the tone...
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