Show Your Guitar Inlays

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  1. Mac Daddy 355

    Mac Daddy 355 MilkBone Supporting Member Silver Supporting Member

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    Back about 15 years ago I had some Custom Guitars made for me by Grit laskin~~
    and some others I got used from friends
    I'll show you mine if you show me yours ~ any makers Inlay work
    the picture quality is not great , they were taken w/35mm

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  2. Mac Daddy 355

    Mac Daddy 355 MilkBone Supporting Member Silver Supporting Member

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    Photo of Grit Laskin with the Guitar he built me

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  3. Mac Daddy 355

    Mac Daddy 355 MilkBone Supporting Member Silver Supporting Member

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  5. Pete Galati

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    Showoffs!!!!

    Nice inlays. Most impresive inlays I have are on the Epi Elitist SG. It's better than the inlay work on my Norlin era Les Paul Standard.

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  6. Mac Daddy 355

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    Here's some custom one off Martins

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  7. Mac Daddy 355

    Mac Daddy 355 MilkBone Supporting Member Silver Supporting Member

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    This is a guitar I wish I still had
    I Co Designed it , Supplied the Woods & came up with the Idea for the inlay design & rear rib rest ~~ I wanted a New York Theme , Art Deco design showing King Kong on the
    Empire State building , I didn't get to take very good photo's when I owned it but here it is anyway ~~~ enjoy ~~

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  8. pesocaster

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    Inlays? .... We don't need no stinking inlays..... ha ha ha ha
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    Wow ... Mac Daddy ... that is some stunning work...
     
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    This one is mine...
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  11. Mac Daddy 355

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    Nice Inlays ~ keep them coming
     
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    This is an accoustic which I have had for about 30 years, Made by John Moranville of Ft Collins, CO. It sounds great too!

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    I just happened to be browsing through Laskin's site tonight and then came across this thread. Man oh man are his creations something else. Not very traditional per-se, but I've never seen anything like it either. Just beautiful.

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    Here is my Larrivee CS-10 with the Angel headstock inlay. It's MOP, Abalone, Ivoroid, and Hawaiian Koa. It also has the deluxe fingerboard inlays and a LR Baggs Dual Source system with a Crown mic and the RT pickup. This guitar has served me well for almost 8 years.
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  17. Mac Daddy 355

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    I played one of thoses @ one of the Guitar shows , very nice
     
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    Crop circles on my Phiga

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