Universaljems.com graphic kits

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  1. Chris

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    a) suck to apply

    b) Look like this:

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    Not perfect, since they weren't sized for a seven string, and weren't sized for pickups with rings around 'em, but all in all.. Not too bad. :D
     
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    Holy S!.. That is so awesome. That graphic just looks right on a RG bodystyle. JP had good taste. Too bad he moved onto musicman.


    What does one of those graphic kits run?
     
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    $20. They suck, suck, suck, suckitty SUCK to put on though. I was uber careful, and there are still a few air bubbles that I have to work out.

    I'm pretty pumped with the way they came out though. :) The 7620 came out better than the 270, but I do feel uber cool standing in front of the mirror holdin' them. :)

    I'm going to see if he can make a Oiuja board in like dark gold for my 770. You can get colored logos online too. I may go with dark blue or something for the 7.

    Edit: And I must add, putting those stickers on made me play faster, and now I can outshred Yngwie. :agreed: ;)
     
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    That sucks that it was hard to do.. I loooked at the UNiversaljems website.. Tehy had some good stuff but there wasn't a wholoe lot of precut graphics. The Picasso would be cool but....

    Can you still take it off without thrashing the finish?
     
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    Yep, just dye cut vinyl. A hair dryer should take it right off.
     

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