- Both have not required any additional setups or truss rod adjustments after the first.
I am more of a bedroom musician and still in love with their feel and tone.
Customer service has been top-notch, for me at least. Responsive, helpful and prompt. Had to get my saddles replaced for the LB75 after mine was built with blacks when the spec sheet stipulated gold. Shipped fast.
Electronics are still working fine, though I don't think anyone will fault these parts for needing contact spray at some point.
The 18V circuitry on the LB75 is a real battery guzzler.
This last thing, it'll have to be wordy. I got a detuner/Xtender for my LB70. Interestingly, that one tuning machine was the lone Gotoh; the rest were in-house machines. The wearing out of the gold finish on the Kiesel ones were amazingly fast. I deliberately chose not to clean any of the tuning machines on the LB70 just to see a marked difference; Gotoh one is as good as pristine, the Kiesel ones have matted generously.
It'll be interesting to hear stories from other long-time owners as well, about how you feel towards your instrument. I don't count a year and a half to be long, at all.