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Discussion in 'Standard Guitars' started by Scar Symmetry, Apr 25, 2009.
Although the Gretsch Black Penguin runs it close.
I absolutely love this guitar
Been a while since I've put something up . My Bo Did Caddilac inspired build.
Mahogany hollow , maple cap , 24.625" scale 12" rad , with Powertrons.
That Gretsch is beautiful!
Just wanted to share some photos I took recently of these two beauties!
So this is now my most favourite guitar I have ever owned, not only does it look amazing but it is silky smooth to touch, unfortunately hard to get a hold of which is a shame because I think I would like to replace all my guitars with these now....
The color on that Jackson is gorgeous. brb gonna get some root beer.
What the hell is that?! A myka?
Some really awesome and unique pieces here. I'm still loving on the Jackson MM sig in the 6-string variation.
Hey Hollowway, it was built for me by Matt Artinger. I feel very lucky he took on this project, it was a new body style he made for me. Brainstorming together on his sketches was an insanely cool experience
Artinger Custom Guitars - Welcome
I do have GAS for a Myka!
Yeah, it's beautiful! I have a hollowbody 8 being built by Shad Peters (now I know two people named Shad, haha!) that was sadly delayed when his shop burned down. But it's going to look really cool, too. And yeah, Myka stuff is awesome!
I remember your in progress pics, loved the shape. Are you getting the same for your post fire build?
Such a shame about the fire, glad he is still marching on
I am surprised this gorgeous beast hasn't been posted here yet:
NGD thread here
It's probably the most elegant metal machine that I've ever seen.
Angel Vivaldi's RG7:
Wenge top, swamp ash body and Wenge, Bubinga and maple 7 piece neck. I love this thing XD
Here are my Maryland babies
ohh nice, i have something similar.
Can I post my own guitar? Yeah, why the hell not...
I was at my local shop, dropping off a guitar on consignment, and came across this interesting beast. I can't remember if it was built around '87, or '97.
Brass, magnesium, aluminum, and composites.
Wot, magnesium for what??