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Old 4 days ago
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Let's talk about this "Green Lemon" guitar

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Mitchell HD400 Hard Rock Double Cutaway Electric Guitar Green Lemon

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Is "Lime" trademarked or what?
Old 4 days ago
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Pastel colors, especially green aren't my thing.

I never buy painted guitars either. Paint is used to cover up flawed woods.
Only your best woods are selected for natural finishes so I stick with those.
Old 3 days ago
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Is "Lime" trademarked or what?
Lemons actually are green before they ripen. Not the same thing as a lime at all.

Me, I'd be VERY hesitant to purchase any non-food item called a "lemon".....
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Pastel colors, especially green aren't my thing.

I never buy painted guitars either. Paint is used to cover up flawed woods.
Only your best woods are selected for natural finishes so I stick with those.
I would amend that to "prettiest woods"; some of the best guitars I've heard were plain tops, some with solid colours. My Hamer sounds bloody great, and the top is plain mahogany. Not flawed, just plain (I know; I stripped and refinished it).

I actually think plain-grained wood sounds better than it's figured brethren. In most cases I've come across, that's been true.
Old 1 day ago
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Is "Lime" trademarked or what?
Doubt it, just trying out a new marketing thing. I think "green lemon" sounds cool.

Those guitars aren't bad and for the price they have value but in this area nearly every one had fret sprout. They make them in really hot humid areas, they are not in cases so the moisture is sucked dry by the time they are in NOCAL (maybe takes a month) between the dryer climate and the constant A/C/heaters going.
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