Sup? I have a spare Schecter Omen-7 laying around for a while primarily because it's neck is twisted - I'll start a different thread about the proccess. The guitar was pretty beaten up, too, so I decided to try fixing it up and do a refinish on the whole axe, somehow inspired by Lambos. What I mean by it: carbon fiber + satin black (and maybe some orange stripes). Proposed specs: - Satin black sperzel tuners; - Black TOM bridge; - EMG 707's; - 3M carbon fiber veneer on the body and headstock; - Graphtech carvin slotted nut; - Headstock modification; - Neck black staining; - Scale black staining; DISCLAIMER: I'm not a pro, I don't have the necessary tools nor the skills, and I am used to do things in the wrong order. You will see in the pics. For those who don't know how a standard Omen-7 should look like: I started by taking away a crappily replaced nut: Started the sanding and pickup routing... So I was anxious to see how a maple neck would look like if heavily stained. And so I did it: Who needs graphite necks after all? As mentioned before, I started the wrong way just to see how it would look like. The neck needs proper sanding, and I'm thinking about a different inlay for it. This is just a tease.