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  1. Randell

    Randell Well-Known Member

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    I found online they are built in the World Factory. And made to a certian price point. And all come with a case. The info might not be correct? But i think it is?
     
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    Here's what l know about Wolf Guitars They are produced by/for the KLH Co. located in Seoul S. Korea however they are made in Vietnam I got this info from the owner of All In One Guitars the only US distributor. The bodies are mahogany with different woods used for tops. . The pups sound good enough but I won't rule out replacing them at some point. The pots are mini JS which IMO are Alpha clones you find them in a lot of guitars They are smooth, quite and responsive I won't change them unless a problem arises and at that point upgrade to a full size pot w/brass stem. The switch is just a run of the mill 3 way toggle again works well but could be easily replaced. There is shielding on the access plate but not in the cavity. The wiring is neat with good solder joints and appears to be a good gauge not the 2 or 3 strand stuff. The PRS copy I have is a great guitar but the 335 just has mojo and is quickly becoming one of my favorites.

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    I have yet to try to out a wolf guitar, but from everything I have seen they look great! They have some really beautiful finishes and some really nice features.
     
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    Wolf WLP 750T 2019 Special Edition - Abalone w/Hard Case
    $799.00Price.

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    Randell Well-Known Member

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    Your WOLF PRS is that the white solid body in your pix?

    I really want one of their semi hollow prs clones, but then I look at what Thomann has and its tough.....
     
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    That's it. They play great I like mine very much the pups sound good to my ears setup is really good they use medium frets on a lot of their stuff I don't mind but some folks do.

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