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Discussion in 'Dealers & Group Buys' started by Joe Harvatt, Jan 9, 2014.
How long is the waiting list?
24 months and getting shorter I think.
2 years. Wow
see so many cimmerian's, im on the waitlist with an Atlantean in mind
Dylan's current waiting list is 21-24 months.
There's only been 1 Jotun made, but there's quite a few on order off of the back of the previous one. I'm looking forward to seeing them.
Under the 'Luthiery' section of the website, there's now a section detailing the price and queue for a Daemoness guitar.
This. Id really like to check that Rex Mori out!
My only suggestions would be:
-Specs for each build
-A mini gallery in conjunction with the scrolling one
-Lastly, this is asking a lot, but maybe Blank spots in the gallery with "coming Soon" for whichever the current batch is, just to be kind of a teaser. Its asking kind of a lot but that would be really cool!
Mine is in the current batch so im just antsy
Yep the galleries are cool but they are not third-world-country-internet friendly
Dylan will be very happy to hear that!
Yes, I'll sort that Rex Mori gallery out.
son. of. a. bitch... remember to wipe your ass after you are done shitting yourselves. I had to double ply.
I like how even his nippers are branded with a d.
Dylan has to be the most metal person I have ever seen. A truly dedicated artist. He is a builder that I would have no fear ordering a custom from and waiting a couple of years for it.
That's for my build! I woke up to that this morning and almost had a heart attack haha
^ definitely worth every penny spent.
That must have taken him literally forever. The detail is absolutely insane!
Edit: Er, wait, is that entire thing an inlay, or is the bulk paint with the iris and highlights being 3-D? Clear on top?
Ha, it's paint and you're just not allowed to play on frets 7-13 ever. It's guitar - all those notes were other places anyway.
Actually at a guess it's ink. Either that or it's the usual colored filler/epoxy rubbed into engraving that he uses a lot. But it really looks like ink or paint except for the couple of highlight pieces. He's done the black ink on maple a couple of times.
Regardless it looks fantastic
That is officially the best inlay work I have ever seen
I'm not at liberty to say how it's done, but it's definitely not paint. Powdered aluminum, acrylic, and mother of pearl
You don't need to, it's not hard to figure out. Like I said colored filler material. There was a scorpion and the celtic knot stuff he's done that was done in pretty much the same way. The real trick with it is the carve to be filled in, and Dylan is fantastic at that.
I don't much care how it's done...it's ....ing insane.