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I have a new little Vixen

charliechitlins

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Vixen, eh?
Is it supposed to be for ladies?
Is it a smaller body?
I've never heard of it.
Interesting fret markers.
Do they come with P90s?
 

P-Nutz

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Vixen, eh?
Is it supposed to be for ladies?
Is it a smaller body?
I've never heard of it.
Interesting fret markers.
Do they come with P90s?
Originally marketed for females. Smaller body, belly cut, all mahogany. 490T & 498R, weighs about six pounds. Screams like a banshee!
 

charliechitlins

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Sweet. I always wanted one of those little hollowbodies with a P90.
Maybe an ES140 or maybe there was a 125 3/4 size.
I had a Gretsch Rambler that totally scratched that itch, but it got sucked into the revolving door of gear vortex and is long gone.
 

rockabilly69

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Sweet. I always wanted one of those little hollowbodies with a P90.
Maybe an ES140 or maybe there was a 125 3/4 size.
I had a Gretsch Rambler that totally scratched that itch, but it got sucked into the revolving door of gear vortex and is long gone.
I especially like the smaller body ES guitars for gainy slide guitar because they feedback less than their bigger brothers. And I think the little ES-125 3/4 looks cool.
 

Tonekat

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A young woman I went to HS with had an ES-140t 3/4, that was the coolest little electric hollow body with a P-90.
 
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