Homemade Guitars.

Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by Drawde, Aug 17, 2011.

  1. 3dognate

    3dognate Supporting Member

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    Here are a couple of my favorites I've done...

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    What are the pickups in this guitar? I tried a CE-24 once that had some that looked like these installed and they sounded phenomenal.
     
  5. pukko

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    Thanks! No, this is just a hobby for me. Haven't got the time to do more than that.

    Thanks, glad you like them!

    Thanks to you too! Sorry but you won't be finding them near you as long as you're not in Sweden...

    They are GFS Dream 90's. To be honest I got them primarily for looks, luckily they sound pretty good too. Big fat singlecoil sound...
     
  6. magicaxeman

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    Zebrano telecaster (not chambered), one piece AAAAA birdseye maple neck (walnut skunk stripe), custom wound Kent Armstrong single coils, over wound and tapped for vintage voicing. Finished in clear nitro

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  7. w00dsy

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    that is one of the most stunning looking guitars i've ever seen.
     
  8. Mark C

    Mark C Member

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    Here are the ones I've built all the wooden components. I also have partsocasters I built before these, but these are the first necks I made.

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  9. edwarddavis

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    wow , they all look great but the 3 pickup oe and one other I would love to try , they look really great , nice job .
     
  10. adrinalino

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    This one is made from narra, a paduk like wood that grows only in the Philippines which is were I made it.




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    This is a ergonomical guitar with a twisted neck and a single adjustable pickup. It's a joy to play.

    Cheers,

    Adrian.
     

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