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Ledzendrix1128

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About Ledzendrix1128

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  • Birthday 11/28/1987

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  1. I voted for the Lahav, I think the blend of traditional woods with a contemporary style worked really well.
  2. my vote went to hoogle bug, that guitar has one of the sickest carves ive seen, and it was executed very well
  3. well, I just had to vote for the rickenrocker, I really liked seeing this more classy take on the classic rickenbockers, Good work! Before I saw the rickenrocker I was simply amazed at Ron's snakewood acoustic, and it would have definately taken my vote
  4. If I wasn't so emotionally attachted to my bass at this point I would have definately voted for wezv's guitar. Everything thing on there looks really professional and clean. I also like the shape.
  5. She's Finally done, here are the specs - Specs - Thru-neck maple/walnut sandwich - ebony fretboard - mother of pearl dots - 16" fretboard radius - 34" scale length - Gotoh compact bass tuners - Bone nut - Ash wings w/ black grainfiller - Tung Oil finish - 2 seymour duncan basslines pickups (one p-bass one J-bass) - 2 volume knobs and 1 master tone knob - Schaller 4-string roller bass bridge ...and now for some pictures more pics http://i68.photobucket.com/albums/i10/ledz...28/66db9b48.jpg http://i68.photobucket.com/albums/i10/ledz...28/1f099f3a.jpg http://i68.photobucket.com/albums/i10/ledz...28/f3a7e2af.jpg http://i68.photobucket.com/albums/i10/ledz...28/e111ded7.jpg http://i68.photobucket.com/albums/i10/ledz...28/e37d28fe.jpg http://i68.photobucket.com/albums/i10/ledz...28/1c02a536.jpg and my favorite pic... http://i68.photobucket.com/albums/i10/ledz...28/889c4a43.jpg
  6. I voted for ^johnny boy^... only because for some reason i am drawn to his avatar... That and the SG looks really nice. And I think its pretty cool he built it for his son, helluva gift that would be!
  7. haha, i started a thread a while back, asking the same question, and it got locked... so....
  8. i voted for the cigar box, thats just too original with the bolt bridge.
  9. [quote name='deadmike' date='May 10 2005, 06:18 PM']painting question: im using nitro cellulose rattle can, black gloss. after about 8 light coats the guitar was looking great, no depth, but still great! but then after that the coats were coming out with bubbles in a localised area of the body. after sanding them down and respraying the pitting left behind filled up no probs and left no sign of bubbles.... only to have bubbles appear in other areas. the endless cycle began! ive tried to keep the spray area as clean as possible. could this be caused by contamination? i sanded and prepared this particular area (the front) alot better than the rest of the guitar and wiped it all down with white spirits before spraying. whats causing the bubbles??? [right][snapback]190916[/snapback][/right] [/quote] I had this same thing happen when i sprayed my guitar on a cold, cloudy morning... cam home from school and sprayed it and it was hot and dry out. This caused bubbles and i was told it was bc of the shift in climates. You wanna try to spray in an area that has a controlled climate, but since this is unlikely for a hobbyist (like me) i always try to spray in the middle of the day, so it doesnt get too cold at night or in the morning while its initially curing.
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