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· VENDOR "Innovation over imitation"
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On the Generation ll Classic pieces, the tables are undercut, the chambers are slightly rounder, the facing curves are completely different, the side rails and tip rails are not as thin.

The Generation ll pieces feel tighter, (in a good way), more dialed in, and the intonation is so beautifully locked in.

The Generation l pieces will feel more loose because the curves are longer, and also a little brighter in comparison.
Not a bad thing, just different.
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