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Discussion in 'Dealers & Group Buys' started by SullyGuitars, Apr 2, 2015.
Thanks so much!
Loving the bass and the feathers
next time i plan on going to dallas...i may hit you up.
I promised a review and I finally got it done - http://www.sevenstring.org/forum/showthread.php?p=4667349#post4667349
Basically - it's awesome! Get one from him!
Here's something not related to the Grover collaboration; something fun, and y'know....understated.
This Raven will be with me at NAMM; Perry Ormsby and I are sharing the booth again this year along with The Guitar Strap Co. Hall D, booth 3296
Mahogany body, Bocote neck and fretboard, stainless steel frets, Trans white finish on the body, Oiled neck, Hipshot hardware, etc.
The gold fits the Bocote so well that I can accept it on the hardware. These new Ravens are so damn slick looking. Killer, as always!
Thanks man. I'm not really a fan of gold hardware either, but it was pretty much the only option with that bocote.
I don't think this Trella has been posted in this thread yet, but rare, if ever, that I see a gold guitar or guitar with gold hardware and I'm like, "damn that looks killer!" Yet Sully has done that twice within the past month! There's a bunch of shots of this one in action from NAMM, but I didn't want to be a total creep and post someone else's pics of random people playing this guitar having no affiliation with the brand other than owning one enthusiastically.
But I've got a soft spot for "old gold" and this turned out amazingly:
Aw, thanks man!
When I planned the run with GJ, I had two made for myself (the blue pinstriped guitar and the gold one). I wasn't really sure how the gold guitar was going to come out, and as far as color goes, it wasn't something I thought much of, or looked super forward to. I had figured that it'd be good to use as a demo guitar. I wanted to use Shoreline Gold instead of Gibson's gold top gold, and I was really surprised when I saw it in person at Mr. J's shop. I finished it at his place (and it's weird working on guitars in someone else's shop), and when it was done and I plugged it in, I was really happy with it.
A few days after the show, I got an email about the guitar, and it's with its new owner now. Good times.
Oh. And here are two Ravens in progress because Ravens.
I want one your guitars so bad!!!
Every time I see a new I'm left in awe, always classy looking!
Thanks so much! I'm happy to build something for you; get in touch through the website any time.
Revolution prototype completed. Black limba body and neck, PME fretboard and headplate, trans white over quilted maple. Good times!
This one is going to Red Dragon Guitars in NC.
Those look great Sully. Diggin the flamey Ravens and that V is killer I bet it sounds massive with the string through.
That headstock is absolutely perfect.
It's amazing how the Sully brand has transformed since I found it on Youtube a bunch of years ago. These designs have evolved into some of the best modern/classic fusions I've seen.
That's really kind of you to say. Thanks so much!
624/7 string, lefty, annnnnnnnnnnnnnd it's strung righty. I've written myself a lot of notes to remind me of the orientation during the process.
Lefty strung righty always blows my mind kind of literally a bit.
Silverburst is tight. We need a photo gallery of all the Grover run. And everything. I'll always take more pics of your builds at any and every point in the process.
The Raven is really rapping, rapping at my chamber door. From not liking the Phoenix to actively wanting a Raven was the unforeseeable character arc in my guitar nerd trajectory.