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Discussion in 'Standard Guitars' started by D-EJ915, Jan 30, 2007.
Updated family picture. I never did a thread for the SV, should I?
I don't know if it needs a thread, but that's a sick SV. Saw some cool camo ESPs pop up locally, but they're never urban camo -- works so well.
Thanks man, I posted it in the ESP thread when I got it so I figured that was enough introduction, plus I've talked about it plenty enough. I've seen a few of these on Reverb and I was surprised I actually got it considering the price was ridiculously low. Most excited I've been about a guitar since I got my BC Rich, definitely a lifetime instrument.
Wow!! Both are killer!!
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again - I LOVE your guitar collection.
Wow!! Very cool of you to say so. The collection is not that great in all honesty...used to be decent at best but I keep trimming it. If you were the same side of the pond from me we could meet up and jam.....that would be cool! I actually have offered local guys to do so but never get any takers...sigh!!
Hey fellows, I'm posting here because it's a good place as any for the next pics and a bit of story.
Yesterday was almost a NGD... well, to be honest it was more of a new Pickup Day, the whole set. I wasn't happy with the DiMarzio's Paf Pro (neck), Vintage Something (middle) and Tone Zone (bridge) this lady had, but never bothered much on replacing them, until I got a sister for her, an S2120X a couple of months ago. I got a pair of custom wound humbuckers for the S2120X from Gorilla Pickups (they are based in Rome, Italy) and liked their work so I then thought, why not do it also for this one? And so I did, although this time I went for the what they had in the menu: The Revenant set + Single. I've already sold the previous DiMarzios. Man, what a difference for the better, really cool sounding pickups and way on my beach. recommended brand for those wanting cool stuff without the gourmet price tag, specially if one is in Europe!
This lady now boosts 113 different tones, some similar, others no so much. She has 4 different tones per humbucker due to the Seymour Duncan TripleShot rings. Th 5 way switch goes for:
Neck+Bridge Parallel in phase
Neck+Bridge Series out-of-phase
Neck+Bridge Series in phase
Mixing this witch with the Tripleshots I get 56 different options just out of the hums. But then, I have a BLEND pot for the Hums/Middle pickups mix, which means that I can ADD the middle pickup to any of these 56 options, raising the count to 112... to which is finally added the middle pickup alone summing the grand total of 113 tones. Volume is a 1M Ohm pot. On the back, cover have already made an apearence a couple pages back, but it's cool anyway, so... and a final gut shot with the wiring work. It features a few block connectors, PCB size, so I can remove parts of the switch, change and re-install back in without having the soldering iron near the guitar. I can disassemble all the electronic without a single wire being cut.
Last, this is my first Ibanez, the guitar that got me hooked in the brand. It's a 1993 neck (and body as well?), bought new in 1995 (back then things were a bit slower, there was no internet as we know it now). She was the last guitar a shop sold. It was late already and I was the shop's last client that day. The next day that shop closed doors. Pitty, it was a cool shop. This guitar has been with me since then, it's one of those that I won't let go, although I don't play her much.
An oldie but a goodie. This one's got PRS Santana pickups in it and it screams.
The finish on that is sooooo good!
Wow, that's badass you have two! Has to be custom made. Congrats on that! I'd love to see the body up close to see the detail in the art. But it would also be nice to see the entire guitar because that looks like a sick fretboard too.
LMAO that cheeky asshole!
Which one bud? Top or bottom? I have more detailed pics of the top one but have a few of the bottom one as well.
Both! They both look sick but it seems they both sort of share 2 sides of the same image. Like they complete the art piece when they're together. I actually don't really like V guitars at all but these 2 are just badass.
You're blessed to have so many sick guitars man! Some of them have entire art pieces on them, I love that style and I don't see a lot like it. They're very unique.
I call those muesem guitars because I'd keep it on a wall and never play it if I was you because the look like some collectors art piece from hell. LOL
Can't find the Folder with the Annihilation V but some good pics of it here:
Annihilation Custom V VI - Daemoness Guitars
Here's the top one: Antichrist V
Have another superstrat one done in the same style: