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Discussion in 'Extended Range Guitars' started by HeHasTheJazzHands, Nov 7, 2015.
Thanks for the suggestions guys. I’ll go with the Continental Voyager.
Don't worry, you're not gonna break a solid piece of wenge. It's an incredibly hard wood and not brittle like ebony. Lots of luthiers hate working with it because it destroys tools
also the splinters. jesus fuck the splinters are horrible with wenge
So. I’ve been wanting to do this for a while. I hit up Kevin at Iconic guitars and told him to spray nitro on this thing and go heavy on the relic. I think it came out great!
Sir, your pick guard is missing some screws...
Sick! Bringing that on tour?
The world so needs some more relic'd ERG's. Looks sick!
the pickguard works great on that!
also nice kitchen
That is both the first Larada and the first relic'd guitar I've looked at and thought, "Yeah, I'd play that." Well done Tosin.
Next photo will be Tosin filling for OoP.
I was told there was an unfinished pink relic guitar at NAMM, is this it? Looks stunning.
Thanks! Was kinda on the fence but it grows on you for sure.
Yeah...haha. Wasn’t sure I was gonna leave it on there at first. I’m definitely committed now tho. Love it☺️
yooooo send us a picture without the pickguard just to see
100% fits the vibe
I love the reliced look... Feel the pickups need relicing too though
Pups need battered chrome covers - or lose the pick guard and go zebra...