Probably my favorite of his inlays.Here is a picture of mine:
I am lucky enough to have my own link on Joe's page, so there are more pictures there:
This guitar was my number one the day I received it. It came the day I had a gig, which was pretty neat. I wound up selling my PRS custom 22 as I never played it.
I just recently went a few months without playing the D4riskill, which never happened before. This was because I bought a sweet Gretsch and was in the honeymoon phase, and obviously a very different guitar. Played the Driskill with my band last week for the first time in a while, and was quicly reminded how great is is. The feel of Joe's guitars is second to none IMO.
Jon, you are so right I know. I am looking into getting the metal parts made, possibly. It would be incredible as that stuff takes an inordinate amount of time.
Meanwhile, a guitar a week has been leaving lately. I'll get pictures up soon.
I always thought Joe's work wasn't exactly my cup of tea, but damn...baby got back.Let's see those killer Driskills!