Well after 6 moths of playing the vigier i noticed that maybe it can have an awful dead spot in the E string or something like that. Let me explain it: acusticaly and plugged i can hear a difference between the open A and the A on E string last one sounding a little bit muted. It happend with Warwick black labels, the strings it came with, and now with Sadowsky nickels. And another weird thing is that when the string lose a little bit of brightness the difference is harder to notice. It only happends on E string having all other strings perfect (i belive that dead spots seem to affect more than just 1 string for example some fenders with dead spots have them in 5th and 7th fret in G and D strings). After thinking about it i came to 3 possiblecauses of the problem: 1st It has a dead spot and i will have to live with that. 2nd The break angle of the string at the bridge (it has through boddy stringing and has an almost 90º angle where the string sits in the saddle) damages the string core. Patrice Vigier told me to use good strings (ernie balls he suggested) before i do anything else thats why i came up with this conclussion. 3rd The frets are just way too worn and flat and that makes my E string intonate badly at some notes even though it is perfectly intonated (12th fret harm VS 12th fret note). What do u guys think???