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Discussion in 'Luthiery, Modifications & Customizations' started by guitarheroguy, Jun 14, 2017.
Just more teasers
Do you think it'll be better with gloss tho? or just satin ??
I'd go with gloss. With satin you'll eventually get glossy spots which wont look nice with this stain job.
Is the final stain job? The original pictures show more of a gradient from top to bottom.
nono its not final its just a teaser of whats bout to come, and i was really thinking which one to put on top, i'll try to have a talk with the luthier..
the guitar looks closely the mock right now, but ill upload the pictures when i have the next pics
cuz i was thinking first about gloss top / natural back
but i'll see how it goes, i'll definitely have a talk first with the luthier, but i really do think it'll look good with gloss, but somehow it makes me a bit sweaty and thats the most annoying part...
AS A PROMISE GUYS!!
HERE IT GOES!!!
Not much pictures to show it off, but after couple of weeks, it'll be done!
That's just not right. Not for the price. If it plays 1/4 as nicely as it looks, you got the steal of a lifetime, man.
its built on my specs, i decided for the measurements
Keep an eye in facebook.com/Rz2014
Just 2 in 1 picture of front and back
love those glow in the dark dots <3 <3 <3
Oh my God that's pretty .
The front looks amazing but I can't help but feel the back would be improved with a dark stain to blend it better with the top.
Yeah, I'd have gone black stain on the back too myself
But, what a stunner so far!
Awesome, I recently borrowed this idea for some clocks I made
i kinda like the back to be natural
Some more gooodies
So now you see its a bit darker, which is such a shame... it was entirely my fault.
So I decided to make it gloss, then gloss was applied... then i changed my mind again to change it to satin...
in the process after removing gloss, it left some marks, and now its been tinted with black and finished with clear satin
so it looks much darker now.
There's a bit of space as well in the Shelf nut as the nut is (48) but I gave the luthier a 48.5.. so again.. another mistake from me..
which i feel very stupid.. but its not like its gonna destroy the guitar, aesthetically it still looks killer for me, for price compare to other factory guitars..
mmm, i say its unbeatable since its build on specs i gave.
hopefully I'll receive it soon and i'll try to make a video of it
Damn! Looking good
may not look as fancy as before with all the colours almost gone, but it still looks alright
kinda teaches me a lesson about being not so indecisive in future haha