well I've been here long enough and no one even knows what I make my noise on so here we go, family pictures. I'll probably edit this later with some better pictures, my amp, and maybe my saxes (the instrument I study) but for now my 3 guitars. 1. My first real guitar, my RGIX6DLB. It has a massive chunk of finish out of the back from shipping but it still looks and plays amazingly. I tore out the entire stock wiring harness and replaced it with EMG 57/66s and a PA2, full solderless wiring as well. It took 5 hours since the pickup routs were not sized to accept EMGs at all but it turned out way too well. Possibly the best feeling guitar I have. I prefer it over any premium ibanez I've played yet even though iron labels don't have the best reputation. 2. My first real mod project, my BC Rich Mockingbird ST. It has so many tonal variations I pretty much have any clean to old school high gain sound on tap with it and it feels great to play. I wanted a new BC Rich but this thing was a third of the price and it's so much fun to play between the great neck and heel contour, the controls and the switches. Pickups replaced with a Dimarzio X2N in the bridge and Air Norton in the neck. It's my favorite passive set so far for anything but super modern high gain and both pickups truly deliver on what they're hyped for. 3. And finally, the newest. I have to thank the one and only High Plains Drifter for this one. Truly the most unique and inspiring guitar I own, my Schecter A7 FRS. I had been looking for one of these for too long and it doesn't disappoint at all. At first I had plans to mod it like my previous avenger that I sold for this one but after playing the first time I couldn't touch it. It sounds absolutely brutal, heavy tones and screaming leads for days. Everything I could want from a 7 string and then some. I searched and searched and finally I got in contact with the Drifter himself who told me I wouldn't find it anywhere but offered his for sale. I took him right up on it and we got details for shipping taken care of right away, he gave me an incredible price and made my life way easier than it should've been, even had a really pleasant phone conversation in the meantime. Everything packed meticulously, instrument better than the photos. The story behind this thing and how amazing it really is was one of the highlights of this miserable year honestly. Also please ignore the carpet, not my choice. Well there we go, 2 6s and a 7. All I need for guitars, running straight into my Blackstar HT 60, no pedals because I'm cheap. And I sold them for another guitar. If enough people seem interested I'll post more pictures and maybe some demos plus my saxes. Thanks to everyone for looking and welcoming me on board!