I picked up a Jackson JS22-7 for dirt cheap so I could mod it/screw around with finish techniques and overall just have something to scratch the itch when I wanted to make a change, instead of screwing with my main guitars. It's the one on the far right: Since two of my favorite guitar finishes are teh transparent white KM-7 and the black & white EVH Frankenstrat, I thought maybe I could marry the two designs somehow. Took it apart and figured I'd tape it off first just to get an idea of what it might turn into. Since I figured this looked okay, I started down a rabbit hole and sanded it out a bit. Then I found some white paint with a grey undertone to it and used the dry-brush technique I posted about on here a while back. After that I found some clear coat to apply I'd originally intended to pull the pickups, block in the neck hole and finish over it, but I was so far down the rabbit hole with the dry brush/stripe thing I decided to just leave it stock until I get my hands on an upgraded bridge pickup. Now I'm working on the back of the neck. Found a black stain and want to black the neck out, but allow the wood grain to still show thru. At first attempt, I got less than desired results, so I'm going to need to sand on it a bit and try again. I'll post more pix as the project progresses.