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We do not customize or modify our Diamond Series guitars or basses in any way.

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The first two numerical digits of the serial number (found on the back of the headstock) will tell you what year the instrument was made.

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At 6'0 and (I hope) a reasonably well-written profile, including a full spread of photos (with the year they were taken so it's clear I'm not banking on an old perfectly shot image) and here are my stats: * three to four visitors a week on average* one or two incoming messages every six months * historically, 100% of my girlfriend/long-term-dating relationships came from live pulls (met at a mutual friend's party, conference, grocery store, nonprofit fundraiser gala, etc.) If you are shorter than me (which 95% of men are), have more blandly-written/ boring profile, I imagine you'd get even worse response rates.

Overall conclusion: ROI for men on dating sites is TERRIBLE.

Original Post on the experiment: TL; DR: A man in the top 5 percentile of looks will pull less interest than a Plain Jane middle-of-the-distribution female, and for guys who do NOT cut model-level cheekbones and 6'0 height, the statistics are far grimmer. Less facially gifted men with game should be heartened by these online results: they show that a tight email message that exhibits the qualities of the preselected alpha male can draw the interest of cute girls who might otherwise dismiss these men based solely on their photos.================== is correct that a man who desires a nonzero results from dating websites must invest substantial time for even modest replies.