In this photo gallery interview, James Dean Bradfield says, “It just looked lovely, and I had no concerns about the action, pickups or anything. But it really helped Everything Must Go - the title track, Enola Alone, quite a few other songs. It’s got a really range-y sound."more
Honestly it was a little cumbersome and at times required more effort to play but it more than made up for it with it's crystal clear twangy voice. I used it for about 4 years. I will probably never have another one but it played a massive role in shaping my tone and playing style. It can be heard my band's first EP and our first album "Broken Pathways".