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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by [email protected], Dec 7, 2012.
And then this shy schoolgirl dressed all in pink...
So much awesomeness...
and things I would put into my next build.
You've upped the ante this week Hunter...great looking guitars on the line this week!!
God I love the look of the translucent black with white grain filler...must use it on a build some day.
What's up with that pink lefty? I like pink.
That's where its at brother! Give me a SC594 frostbite glow on a wicked quilt like the one we were eyeing. Those black crackly birds with thin MOP outline on a dark ebony board/veneer. White-ish natural stained maple binding to make white grain filler and white in that inlay material pop... S#!t man, F%&$! Oops, may have just wet myself...
Nah - but that 594 DC right before it... wowzer!
It seems the jaw dropping triple soapy is controlled by a 3 way toggle switch, or could the 5 way
work with them?
Hunter your batting average went through the roof, thank you
So...neck #7485 shows up in this weeks thread...and Brian's latest Vault pics are of #8079...so there's approximately a 600 guitar wait for a newly spec'ed PS build Congrats to Paul and the gang for developing such a successful program!!
And mine is No. 8059, guess I am going to be here a while pining and drooling
Yup, but they don't all get finished in order so you could be surprised.
indeed. I certainly have been.
A couple of those this week.
Suit yourself, Red.
This is beautiful!
But this 7-string walking dead?! Aaaaaah! I can't tell for sure, but I think it goes with the body before:
That Cu24 with the triple P90s is amazing. Anyone know how much wood pickup covers changes the tone/output if at all?
Is that color Grass Stain Dragons Breath? Looks like a little too much green/yellow for Laguna
You could be right. I'd love to find out.
I've never played pickups with wood covers, but some have claimed a different tone. It makes sense that it would noting the effects of other covers. Only one way to find out...
Wood covers should have no impact on tone. Ditto with plastic. They are electrically and magnetically inert. Metal is a different story, however.
Private Stock Thursday! I'll be out tomorrow so I'm delivering some early goods.