Discussion in 'The Small Company Luthiers' started by Peppy, May 5, 2008.
who built that?
Scott French. Dude's a badass.
Thanks, just remembered. Yeah, that guitar...a lot of cool design features. Build quality looks good too. Something different.
Belongs to Spencer Seim of Hella fame.
How do you know those are from his beard?
Everytime I play this guitar my crotch starts to itch...
Hella kicks ass. When I saw them last Spencer was playing a paisley tele.
The builder says so on the web site.
It was a flower print series 10 tele. The pickup is in the green guitar now.
Spencer also has a thin eucalyptus Scott French that's one of the most beautiful guitars I've seen.
Although I'm probably one of the older players here I dig the )&$# out of that guitar. Out of the ordinary but in a cool way...tradition doesn't...or shouldn't...always win out.
You sound like the perfect scott french customer
I`m surprised Scott doesn`t get more attention around here.
Superb original designs, fantastic details and execution.
He deserves to do well.
I dig everything about that guitar.... except the nasty beard shavings. But hey to each his own.
A guitar covered in pubes?
Now that's an innovative heel joint.
I guess it seems a little less weird to know that it's actually the owner's beard clippings, rather than anyone else's!
Yeah, well I can tell you I'm 6'6" 280 pounds of lean, solid muscle but it doesn't make it true!
I don't know how innovative it is, but it sure is cool. I have much respect for Scott's work. Those neck joints do make setup a bit more challanging, at least for me.
Interesting- new to me at least. What makes it different than any other set neck as far as setup is concerned?
Scott makes great guitars- i have one, but it doesn't have my pubes all over it.
Here's mine: http://www.scottfrench.com/s/Gallery/Finished%20Customs/Jeff%20Schreckengost's%20SF3%20Guitar