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Rinaldi Studio Press, with 7,030 subscribers and 303,921 total views, showcases remarkable skills and a convincing presence in the airbrushing world on YouTube.
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WHY I CHOOSE GAAHLERI?
I typically have avoided the under 100 airbrush conversation my entire career because typically when we buy low-end products or cheap products is you get a cheap result, and you end up spending more money in the end.
That's the rule of thumb with tools and an airbrush is probably our most important tool, as a scale model builder whether it's gumpla military Etc you know airbrushing is gonna is where it's at in terms of your your finished conversation to that end.
This was a recommendation from one of my patrons that come through and said : Hey! check out this one. It punches above its weight and that is the Gaahleri GHAD-39, which comes in a 0.35 with a 0.5 needle and nozzle set up in the Box, for a whopping 45 US Dollars shipped off Amazon. Some of you got it even cheaper on the Amazon Prime Day sale.
I've used a number of airbrushes for my wada Pache Badger to Tommy and I've settled on mine that I like and so this is kind of a new to me conversation, but what I liked here was this on screen is is this : The nozzle that they designed this eight micro Channel airflow nozzle uh that comes for the 0.35 and the 0.5 in the box with the needle with the matching needle.
CONCLUSION FOR GHAD-39
Every scale model builder on planet Earth right now should be buying a Gaahleri GHAD-39 that's very rare that I ever endorse anything a hobby, or even whatever to this level. And that's what I mean by I was really uh impressed by the fact that at the price point that we're talking about here.
The airbrush is performing absolutely perfectly which is again the whole point of this partially to that is I've not noticed any major difference in terms of noticeable action between the Iwata and the Gaahleri airbrush in terms of cleaning what you're seeing here, everything's fine in terms of spraying what you're seeing here, my choices that I'm making with colors with the pressure, the distance the spray quality. Everything is as I'm expecting and what I'm used to spraying with, which is exactly again what the purpose of this airbrush is for.
When I completed the GHAD-39 airbrush test in the previous videos, I used this Tomia Jeep and the Gaahleri really liked what I had done. And so I had some other projects to paint and they reached out to me. We started some discussions on this and they said hey we'd love to see what you do with our other airbrushes. So they sent me out the GHAD- 68 and the GHAC-98D, which will be in a separate video.
CONCLUSION FOR GHAD-68
So it's an important note because what I think is really the importance here is the quality of the spraying. The thing that stands out to me and and you see a little bit what the tires but you're going to see it on display here with this stage of the red primer painting, is the smoothness you can see it on the paper towel here. The way that paint comes out, the way it kind of flows here as I make my my pressure adjustments for the main painting, which is an important tip for any kind of airbrushing.
And frankly I was even more impressed with even that elevated expectation level and that says something like when you watch and spray this, and then I come in and just kind of doodle on the paper towel again. Just to kind of showcase the hand motion, it is different to the standard trigger you have to get a little bit used to it, in the hand in the health but it just it's so smooth. And I couldn't get past that and if you have that with an airbrush especially for scale modeling the things we can do with this now uh, not that I couldn't before, but it was it's noticeable here. And perhaps it's an age thing perhaps it's a new thing and not to be overly glowing, cuz I'm being a little bit cautious myself with this.
The Gaahleri has done a really solid job with their engineering with their manufacturing with their tolerances, their choice of a lot of the O-rings and the Teflon seals the multiple nozzle needle setup, the way the trigger pulls back, the spring tension, these kind of nuances of airbrushing you know and that's kind of where my experience comes into handy and you guys can take that as a a trusted comment in that regard, where when I pull back on the airbrush and I and I do have my other air brushes next to me.