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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by [email protected], Dec 7, 2012.
Gotta like that in a guitar...just as beautiful on the inside!
And that's the nicest-looking control cavity I've seen.
Is this Tortuga Smokeburst?
Thanks Hunter you are Golden
That is obviously a salad bowl. Soup would cool too quickly in such a wide and shallow format.
I can eat fast, and I like to see what's lurking on the bottom.
Another great PSF, well done Hunter!!
Why did I post this one yesterday, from way back in August 2015?
So cool to be able to get a Private Stock from a dealer and to be able to look back at the photos here on this thread and find it in progress!
This beauty is quite a guitar, will post more detail in an NGD when I get a chance, a 24 Fret SC 245. I wasn't sure how I would like the configuration, but it turns out that I really dig it!
Eric at Willcutt's did a great job spec'ing this one with all the goodies I dig! It is almost like he made it for me to begin with. Wrong headstock shape for me, though, but I can live with that... Thanks, Eric!
that quilted top is incredible
its all so beautiful
That purple headstock, though. It glows! Probably has its own halo.
Seeing this I would expect Hanami.
That's the coolest thing ever.
Having a military background I did not expext myself liking such a florale inlay. I´m very curious about the rest of the guitar. Some Japanese signs or a pagoda building or so.
A dragon would be contrasting too much. This subtle natural colour and hopefully a quiet further outlook would fit best to highlight that inlay.
I'm saving this pic, thanks!
K, so..I won't be here on Friday. Happy Private Stock Wednesday.
And the very special "Periscope Guitar" from that time we internet live-streamed Paul picking out the woods. I think we are still working on naming this new finish. This one will be for sale soon - not sure which dealer is going to grab it.
Ya know... you guys do pretty good work there.....