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Discussion in 'Standard Guitars' started by jymellis, Jan 26, 2011.
There is a Les Paul in there for $125,000.
It looks like shit too.
Not my stuff, too gaudy.
LOL i second that. Iim in the Jewelry biz and that guy is freakin retarded to think those stones are worth anywhere near what hes asking. Rule of thumb in the diamond trade. smaller they are they worthless they are..
That looks pretty terrible. Thumbs DOWN.
girl's guitar... i like a guitar that take some rough handling . i would be afraid to play the thing
If I'm spending that much on a JEM, Steve Vai's talent better be included.
I'll take all their stock, please.
And when they ask me to get real...
I'll say "You first..."
That guitar stabbed my eyes with limp wrists and lisps...WHOA......
I'd pay more money for a butterfly guitar than that odd looking piece of jewelry. Are you sure that's made to play music? I thought it was meant to amplify flamboyancy.
This guitar is Atrocious squared, it looks the part, and it costs the part.
Or just get a Bedazzler from a thrift store for $1.00 and do the same to some tone knobs with fake stones
gayer than aids.
Sapphire actually refers to the gemstone's chemical composition, not the colour
Did anyone else notice that in addition to the bedazzled Jem, they also offer guitars wrapped in stingray skin?
"Damn son, is that a flamed stingray top?"
If Ed Hardy were to make a guitar...this would probably be it
sapphire is not diamonds
Dear Rock royalty custom.
Take your gem incrusted hardware off, fit the original hardware then I'll consider buying it. Not any time before.
p.s Fuck you
That looks like a doo doo pie