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ginner

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ginner last won the day on October 19 2019

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  • Birthday 11/08/1987

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  1. Hello Everyone, here's my entry for the October GOTM. Name; Standard General Body wood: Sapele mahogany and flame maple Neck wood: Sapele laminated with maple veneer accent stripes Fretboard: Rosewood bound with flame maple and luminlay side dots Hardware: Evertune bridge, Hipshot locking tuners Electronics: BareKnuckle Rebel Yells with coil splitting push push tone pots Other Features: Grain matched backplates, paduak inlay at 12th fret, neck volute, wenge logo inlay This guitar is for my bandmate who is in love with Gibson SGs. However with all
  2. The Cutlass (AKA Skelecaster) All wenge body and neck, with maple veneer accents in the neck. Flame maple top and rosewood fret board. 25.5 scale Luminlay side dots Grain matched cavity covers Maple side block inlays Bare knuckle blackguard 55 stagger pickups Chambered body with "skull" F-hole Evertune bridge, hipshot open back locking tuners I tried to enter last months GoTM but I waited too long to post it (Sorry admins!) so here we are trying again. I've always wanted to build a tele, but never liked the idea of a
  3. The Skelecaster All wenge body and neck, with maple veneer accents in the neck. Flame maple top and rosewood fretboard. 25.5 scale Bareknuckle blackgaurd 55 stagger pickups Chambered body with "skull" F-hole Evertune bridge, hipshot open back locking tuners I've always wanted to build a tele, but never liked the idea of a standard looking one. For this design I tried to think of some things that i have not seen before, yet keep all the basic themes of what makes a tele a tele. The one integral part of a tele that I omitted would be the bolt on c
  4. Hello Everyone, It's been a while since I posted on here. It is hard to find the time to finish some of these projects, Last year I moved into a new house and had to re setup my entire shop before finishing some of the guitars I had been working on. This one is particularly special to me as it has an inlay inspired by one of my old band logo's designs. This was my first guitar that I had done a drop top on, and it was quite a learning experience. There are some things I would do differently next time regarding that. It was also the first time I tried to do exact grain matching cover
  5. Well, to be perfectly honest I don't have a name for this one, so for now well just call it the pink sock. - One piece Honduran mahogany body - Quilted maple top - Brazilian rosewood fretboard - Wenge and bubinga neck - Sperzel locking tuners - Hipshot hardtail - Bareknuckle painkiller set Hope you enjoy, and I'm looking forward to seeing the rest of this months entries. Thanks!
  6. Thanks crazygtr! quick update, did some more spraying.........
  7. Hey everyone, just thought I'd post some progress pics of my latest build. Let me know what you think! Quilted maple top One piece mahogany back Wenge neck with bubinga laminate stripes Rosewood fretboard Matching quilted maple headstock veneer Black binding Sperzel locking tuners Hipshot hard tail bridge bareknuckle painkiller set (in chrome) Heres a preview More pics can be found at : http://s1238.photobucket.com/albums/ff482/ginner4/
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