This one's for sale on Reverb. http://rvrb.io/2016-t-style-315
Ok, that's what I thought. In years of playing out I've broken one pick, and it was a light gauge grippy thing I got for free.
(I mostly play...
Just curious, how are you breaking them?
After decades of playing Strats, I got into Teles. Then after digging on some Jeff Beck I built this one for myself. Extremely versatile and just...
Here's a thing I put together to show my Aged Pink Paisley compared to Brad's real deal '68. H/T to Mitch Power down yonder for the onstage pic,...
Here's the last few projects:
A one-off One Eyed Jack alder custom Mustang, Surf Green, nitro clear.
Aged Pink Paisley.
Hey, just found this thread.
I did the finish on the neck and that is my decal, but I did not drill for the inserts. I don't remember the details...
It's been a while, but here's a slideshow of what's been going on for the last five or so years. :)
So, a blonde ash body, maple neck, Bakelite guard, Broadcaster-ish pickups? I can do that.
My "most beautiful" changes a lot. Half of these came from having parts laying around when I wasn't working on something else.
New stuff for the new year.
New headstock, familiar but different.
Here's a new silver paisley prototype.
The all new...
The next build is a personal project.
I decided to use parts I already had on hand, so the full size humbucker had to...
Catching up a bit, here are some I've shipped in the last few months.
Hey, it's been a while.
A couple of months ago a friend asked me if I could do an E style guitar dressed up in Chicago Blackhawks trim. I said...
Just shipped this one.
A couple of weeks ago I made an orange paisley pickguard for a customer. He liked it so much that he wanted a matching strap. "Well heck" said I,...
Here's one that's en route to its new home.
Here's a short slideshow of some of the stuff that has left my shop. Purely for entertainment and educational purposes, of course.
Red sparkle T
Silver sparkle T
Blue sparkle coming up next ...
This next one answers a two part question:
A. Can I shoot a traditional sunburst?
B. Can I screw it up before the paint is good and dry?
Next up, another black one. You'd think I'd get tired of doing these, but I can just about do them in my sleep. :lol:
In a word, no.
What you have is not finished in nitro and simply spraying tinted clear over it won't get you where you want to be.
In our quest to simulate the original paisley without being a blatant rip-off, this is how we spell 'progress'.
Those in the know will recognize...