A few years ago a found this 80's Charvel for $50 at a pawn shop. Its a good guitar, set neck with a Dimarzio 102 humbucker and two Jackson J200 pickups. It also had some sort of preamp circuit in it which I removed. The only problem was someone decided that the original floyd type trem needed to be replaced with a Kahler trem so some wood was removed poorly and the front finish was ruined. A few days ago I tried my first swirl job and as you can see it was a disaster. I decided to try and make the best of it and did my best Pollock impression with some of the remaining paint. I then spent some time wet sanding and putting on some coats of clear. Behold the finish product. My son and wife think its hideous. Me, I think they just don't appreciate fine abstract expressionism applied to a mid 80's Charvel. I actually kind of like it. Its sure unique and I won't try the swirl thing again.