Ian Anderson Standard Progress Pics!

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  1. Scrutinizer

    Scrutinizer Member

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    My Ian A. Standard is getting close to completion. Thought you folks might enjoy seeing the progress pics, I certainly enjoy looking at 'em!

    3 months ago ...
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    Now ....
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    Ian still needs to shoot the final clear coats, and let it cure before final build out. So, maybe 6 to 8 weeks from completion.
     
  2. Zane

    Zane Member

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    cool!...got any pics-0-mine ;^)
     
  3. VegasGreg

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    That looks fantastic!
     
  4. moreeye

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    Looks killer man!
     
  5. oscar100

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    nice but i still cant quite get used to the body shape
     
  6. Zane

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    different strokes for different folks
    and so on and so on....
     
  7. TaronKeim

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    Incredible guitar! I love the TelePaul look and think Ians is the best I've seen. Gorgeous burst as well!

    Congrats!

    _TJK*
     
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    Yes, Yes it is. It's design is just so perfect !!
     
  9. Guitar Josh

    Guitar Josh Resident Curmudgeon Silver Supporting Member

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    really really beautiful.
     
  10. Zane

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    yep it sure do look purty...
    can't wait to get mine!
     
  11. Guitarzan

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    Really nice. What kinda scratch are these goin' for?
     
  12. markom89

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    +1...

    Simply stellar looking, IMO.

    Are we talking JG territory in terms of price? :confused:

    Congrats on an *AWSOME* guitar...
     
  13. Zane

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    So here's some pics-0-mine...

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    Man can't wait to get this "BAD BOY"
     
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    Very Cool Ian Anderson Standard.
     
  18. Mark Kane

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    Ian, what trussrod are you using? Maple filet?
     
  19. paintguy

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    very sweet guys:AOK!
     
  20. Ian Anderson

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    Vintage Gibson style radiused with a maple filler strip. Same length, I just don't bring the slot past the end of the fretboard into the pup cavity.
     

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