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Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by Mac Daddy 355, Nov 23, 2006.
Wow! That's down right sexy....
It is a silver adhesive tape
My old 56 years old blonde bombshell ! 6-12-52 "Eddie" body and TG neck
My tele is a sunburst MIJ, A Series, made in '85. Double cream binding with a rosewood fretboard. Body is starting to fade and look rather matte. I thought it'd be more fun to post a couple of close-up shots rather than the entire guitar
:BEER Sweet King of the road!
Sweet Custom . These MIJ rock, I had a 59 custom slab (must have pix somewhere) and these were so close with a good set of pups on em.
Teleblaster it s a lady ! hehe that would make her the queen of the road then !
and thanks for the compliments, she s screaming happy now
Good lesson in what a relic looks like.
That's a real guitar. Interesting how little saddle relief there is between the three saddle lengths.
"tecnically not mine yet, still making up my mind
Very, very nice.
Edit: never mind...just saw your other thread
My partscaster. Plywood body, 80s made in japan neck. Played constantly for 20 years.
here's my Home made Tele.
Warmoth wood, Fender and Callaham hardware, Fralins.
Body paint is water based lacquer and neck is Tung Oiled.
Extremely lightweight and awesome tone.
My newly acquired esquire! 6.7 lbs. Put together by woodshed guitars
Brian Poe ultralight swamp ash body
Mark Jenny relic nitro blonde finish
Allparts Fat nitro neck with bone nut by Rob D
Gotoh Kluson tuners
Glendale Blackguard bridge with Twang saddles
Lollar Vintage T aged pickup
Callaham switchplate assy, knobs, and Esquire pickguard
Vintage Dakaware tophat switch tip
various Fender screws, strap pins, etc.
More pics here!
I love those cases. Did it come with the guitar or did you find it?
That's nice, very well done.
They pop on ebay every once in a while. There's one up there right now. They're expesiive and do't protect very well but they're light and good when you're bringing a couple of guitars to every gig. Gig bag on my back and this case in one hand and and the amp in another!
Man, that's nice. Really nice.