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Brand: outlaw

Body Color: Green
Type: Electric Guitar
String Configuration: 6 String
Body Type: Solid
Model: kustom outlaw

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This popped up on my Google Home feed. It's an LP style guitar from a company I haven't heard of bit it says they're based and designed in California. The guitar is the deal for the day I think, for $ Thought of sharing:

Limited Edition HLK Kustom Series 15 Bossman
32 available + all numbered
Satin Matte Olive: Body, Neck, Headstock
Chrome Hardware
Mahogany Carved Top Body
Mahogany Set Neck
Black Binding
Scale: &#; (mm)
Width At Nut: &#; (42mm)
Body Thickness: &#; (mm)
Fretboard Radius: 13"
Neck: Modern &#;C&#;
Black Walnut Fretboard
HLK Signature Inlays
22 medium-jumbo frets
Two Way Adjustable Truss Rod
Bone Nut
HLK Pro Die Cast Tuners
Tune-o-matic Bridge
Stop Tailpiece
Metal Dome Knobs
Electronics: 2 Volume - 2 Tone + 3-Way Switch
HLK Pro High Output Ceramic Pickups. Neck: Moderate / Bridge: Hot
5-Star Set Up: Fret level, Dress, Re-crown, Hand Polished Frets, Intonate, Tune

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How long have you been playing?
Been playing about 30 years or more - Just thought the guitar was a good fit - Studied for a bit at Berklee College of Music spent about 15 years on the road and now I play and record here in Nashville, TN
What are you looking for from Fandalism?
Just checking out other Players - I'm always learning and I love watching and listening to other players
I have may Guitars - Fender's, Gibson's, Epiphones, Axl's and HardLuck Kings, Fusion Blues and many more - My Favorite's are My Strat's and My HardLuck Kings
What was the first concert you ever went to?
No Clue - Wait It may have been "Aerosmith" or "Mountain" or "Montrose" back in the early 70's - Can't really pin point anything way back then I believe I may have Terminated those particular brain cells
Who was your biggest musical influence growing up?
First influence was my Dad, Ed Sr. he introduce me to Swing Jazz bands and even met Duke Ellington when I was a very small child - From there I would have to say Jimmy and Joe D'Angelo from Worcester, MA - They were in a Band called the "Joneses" and used to play at our local town auditorium.
Are you in a band? Have you been in bands?
Bands I've been in - Sacred Heart Folk Group, Brother Kin - Lambros - Matrix - Kismoc - Other I can't remember - Jason Trigger Band, Murdok - Other Bands I can't think of Played every room size imaginable!
If you could jam with anyone, who would it be?
Rory Gallagher - He was a great influence in my playing
You're stuck on a desert island and only get to bring one album with you. What do you pick?
I don't have a favorite -
"Nashville Ed" Stefanov
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This is the D'Angelico Acoustic Guitar I won Recently - Beautiful Guitar!!
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Product Line Video Provided by: "Nashville Ed" Stefanov This is a Look at some of the offerings by "Hardluck Kings" and a taste of the "Bombshell" and the "Southern Belle" - The Beginning of course is me playing The "Spider" - The "Bombshell was used for the rhythm guitar track and the "Southern Belle" was used for the solo guitar track. All Instruments are played/programmed by yours truly - The Blues Tune is my own - "Over and Over" less the Vocal Track (simply due to the fact that I am unable to sing currently due to a respiratory issue) - Just wanted players to hear a couple of the HLK guitars in a Studio recording environment - I am very partial to the "Southern Belle" as the tone can be pretty Bluesy with both pickups open - please also note the Guitars have not been modified - Everything is original on the Guitars - Hope you like the Video - These HLK Guitars are fine Guitars, I have 3 and they all sound great, my Rig btw is: a Marshall Half Stack MG and a Line 6 Flextone II Stack used with an ABY box for Stereo and Dirty/Clean respectively. Keep Playing and buy a Damn HLK Guitar you Bastards
"Nashville Ed" Stefanov - Guitar/bass/keyboard
This is a work in Progress - I wanted to let my Followers and Friends listen to how I develop and record my songs - I am playing everything except for the Drums - the Drummer is programmed by me Please Note the Solo Guitar is a Hardluck Kings ( "Southern Belle" - the Rhythm Guitars are a Custom Made LP Style Guitar - All through a New Marshall MGHCFX amp and Cabinet.
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Hardluck Kings Video Demo of the "Southern Belle"
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HardLuck Kings and The Riff Rules Contest by Ed Stefanov
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Hardluck Kings Guitar - The Spider
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Bad First Experience with Hard Luck Kings Guitars!
All About Hard Luck Kings Guitars

Starting out on your guitar-playing journey is probably one of the best decisions you&#;ve made in your life. After all, this is one of the best instruments when it comes to self-expression since its features make it so flexible and modular. By using the right combination of amplifiers, effects, and other devices, you can do pretty much anything that comes to mind when you play your guitar.

However, there&#;s a catch – it&#;s not exactly the cheapest hobby if you really want to sound good. And despite the huge oversaturation of the market with so many different guitars out there, it&#;s far from an easy task to dig up a lower-priced guitar that still provides great tone and performance quality. But at the same time, it&#;s also not impossible to find some great brands and models.

With all this in mind, we&#;ve decided to look more into Hard Luck Kings Guitars and see what makes them so appealing for their price. Although not exactly in the &#;mainstream&#; of the electric guitar world, we can say, with a lot of confidence, that these instruments are pretty underrated. So let&#;s get into it and examine them a little closer.

All About Hard Luck Kings Guitars

The company and the main features

Hard Luck Kings guitars have been around for a while, but are overall a relatively young company. Formed sometime in , they managed to fill in some of the &#;market gaps&#; with their affordable and yet pretty reliable guitars. Of course, aside from regular 6-string electric guitars, we can also find acoustic guitars and electric basses as well. Every year, they throw out a new collection and it seems that they mostly sell out everything.

Looking into their arsenal and what they have to offer, these guitars all bear the well-known designs that have been established by those classic legendary companies like Fender and Gibson. The headstock design is a bit different, but we&#;ll get to some of the features shortly. But other than that, we have standard Stratocasters, Telecasters, modified Les Paul shapes, and even Flying Vs and some of those &#;offset&#; guitar models.

For instance, some of their guitar models replicate the standard Explorer or even the legendary Firebird shapes. They even have a collection of SGs, but all of these instruments have their own unique twists to their body and headstock design. They are by no means bad but are just different. Although we&#;re not certain, this is most likely done for copyright reasons so that they don&#;t have any legal troubles while also keeping these guitars&#; costs at a minimum level.

As for acoustic guitars, they have a few basic models that they put out every year, although these are all pretty much the same. These are released under the name &#;Honky Tonk Series&#; and come in a few different color variants. Other than that, they&#;re the typical Western-style acoustic guitars with no additional electronics – just good old simple instruments.

The materials are those standard ones that you find with many of the guitars of this price level. They&#;re also all done according to standard model designs. So you&#;ll have the Les Paul copy with the body made of mahogany, while the Strats and Teles are done using alder for body and maple for the neck.

The design features might be a little weird to some guitar players. But as we already pointed out, they probably don&#;t want to risk any kind of copyright infringements and are playing it super-safe. The headstocks resemble some of the original guitars that they&#;re mimicking and sometimes add a very unusual and a unique-looking twist to them.

Although all of their Strat-style guitars – like for instance their Kustom Series 20 Bombshell Joker – will have three single-coil pickups, three pots, and a Fender-style tremolo bridge, you&#;ll see a different and more &#;modern&#; headstock on it. And Gibson-inspired guitars, like their Maverick Ice Man or Bossman Cutlass Supreme, will have &#;3 + 3&#; headstocks with some pretty odd twists to the design.

In the end, it&#;s all accompanied by some pretty affordable prices, usually going between $ and $ This price range is pretty great for beginners or intermediate players.

Simplicity, reliability, and affordability

It takes no more than just a glance to realize that Hard Luck Guitars company was started with three important issues in mind. These instruments are pretty simple, they&#;re fairly reliable, and are affordable. To be fair, you won&#;t experience any unwanted surprises with them, like pickups buzzing or strings going out of tune after a couple of songs.

At the same time, you get fairly stripped-down instruments with some basic features that are expected. All of this is rounded up with surprisingly low prices. This is exactly why they might be really attractive to entry-level players, possibly some intermediate musicians who are looking for budget options.

Nothing too fancy, but well worth the price

Of course, being at this particular price level, you can&#;t really expect some professional electric or acoustic guitars. When you get a guitar that&#;s around $, you get exactly that – a guitar at an entry price level. However, what really got our attention here was the fact that these guitars performed pretty well compared to other instruments of this budget level.

The pickups were more than just decent, the guitars stayed in tune, they were not difficult to set up and intonate, and they just felt great in our hands. In addition, you also have some pretty unique-looking designs here, which can be a pretty great thing if aesthetics and image are also important to you.

And yeah – they&#;re nothing too fancy. Hard Luck King Guitars are pretty straightforward and &#;to the point.&#; However, they manage to surprise us with some of these basic traits and features, which provide great quality for this price. In fact, we would argue that they manage to outperform this price tier and can even be a good option as a spare guitar for some advanced and experienced players.



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