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  • Jeffblue
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    How about one more?
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    Edenhaus Swamp Ash body, Fender strat neck, homemade patina copper pickguard, Seymour Duncan Antiquities

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  • Jeffblue
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    Here's some more........................
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    These first two were tone experiments. Guitar Fetish cheap Paulownia bodies. The strat: custom homemade copper pickguard, Seymour Duncan stacked Vintage P90 and stacked Vintage tele pickups and a Cool Rails in the middle
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    Guitar Fetish cheap Paulownia body, Seymour Duncan 59/ tele Antiquity bridge
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    Warmoth Mahogany body capped with Australian Lacewood, Mighty Mite neck, Seymour Duncan Vintage P90 and Quarter Pounders in the middle and bridge
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    Edenhaus Mahogany body, Fender Bullet neck, custom handmade copper pickguard, Seymour Duncan Antiquity P90 and JB humbucker


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  • Jeffblue
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    Originally posted by zizyphus View Post

    Brother, I truly admire your creativity, and the fact that your personal touches are all over those instruments, not just layered on top a little bit. Nicely done!
    __PRESENT
    Thank you kind sir, these guitars and all of my other guitars suit me and sound incredible. I like a variety of tones from a single guitar and it works.

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  • zizyphus
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    Originally posted by Jeffblue View Post
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    Warmoth figured Swamp Ash, homemade copper pickguard, Seymour Duncan Antiquites, Warmoth roasted flamed Maple neck
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    Stew Mac thinline body custom homemade brass top with lightning bolt sound hole, Warmoth roasted Maple neck, unidentified patent applied for neck pickup, Seymour Duncan Vintage P90 and vintage Bill Lawrence tele pickup
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    Warmoth Black Korina capped with Padouk, Bill Lawrence neck pickup, Seymour Duncan Vintage P90 and Jerry Donahue pickups
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    Warmoth Alder capped with Quilted Maple, (neck has been changed to a Fender Maple neck) Seymour Duncan Vintage pickups
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    Warmoth Black Korina body, seymour Duncan Vintage P90s and Dimebag Darrell pickups, Warmoth roasted Maple neck
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    Warmoth Black Korina, Warmoth roasted Maple neck, custom volume pot rout and switch, Seymour Duncan PhatCat neck and Custom 5 bridge, Warmoth roasted Maple neck with Bloodwood fretboard
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    Warmoth Black Korina capped with Bloodwood, Warmoth Bloodwood neck with Rosewood fretboard and Canary skunk stripe, Seymour Duncan Antiquities

    And so many more....................


    Brother, I truly admire your creativity, and the fact that your personal touches are all over those instruments, not just layered on top a little bit. Nicely done!
    __PRESENT

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  • LonePhantom
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    My number one guitar, MIM Fender Stratocaster body, Warmoth Vintage Modern neck with 10-16" radius, Hantug Custom Guitars vintage style bridge, with brass baseplate, Ti sustain block, and Ti saddes, KGC brass angled trem claw, Gotoh HAPM locking staggered tuners, TUSQ nut, and a Seymour Duncan Custom Shop customised IM1, with a little extra output and tightness over the stock build. I got this pickup back when I was writing for the SD blog. It's absolutely killer.

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  • muttznmongrelz
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    My kind of thread! There have been many but the three below are the ones I currently have retained....

    2009 Charvel USA San Dimas Neck/NOS 1989 Kramer Sambora Signature Body



    1983 Kramer Voyager Left Maple Neck/1983 Kramer Pacer Deluxe Two Piece Center Joined Maple Body



    2016 Warmoth Birdseye Maple Neck/2016 Tone Bomb Guitarworks One Piece Heavy Northern Ash Maple Body

    Last edited by muttznmongrelz; 09-13-2020, 09:50 AM.

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  • Jeffblue
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    Warmoth figured Swamp Ash, homemade copper pickguard, Seymour Duncan Antiquites, Warmoth roasted flamed Maple neck
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    Stew Mac thinline body custom homemade brass top with lightning bolt sound hole, Warmoth roasted Maple neck, unidentified patent applied for neck pickup, Seymour Duncan Vintage P90 and vintage Bill Lawrence tele pickup
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    Warmoth Black Korina capped with Padouk, Bill Lawrence neck pickup, Seymour Duncan Vintage P90 and Jerry Donahue pickups
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    Warmoth Alder capped with Quilted Maple, (neck has been changed to a Fender Maple neck) Seymour Duncan Vintage pickups
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    Warmoth Black Korina body, seymour Duncan Vintage P90s and Dimebag Darrell pickups, Warmoth roasted Maple neck
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    Warmoth Black Korina, Warmoth roasted Maple neck, custom volume pot rout and switch, Seymour Duncan PhatCat neck and Custom 5 bridge, Warmoth roasted Maple neck with Bloodwood fretboard
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    Warmoth Black Korina capped with Bloodwood, Warmoth Bloodwood neck with Rosewood fretboard and Canary skunk stripe, Seymour Duncan Antiquities

    And so many more....................



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  • superpete
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    Pink one is a Rosser body with a Warmoth fatback neck and a BG1400 in the bridge

    USA one is a Tony Delacugo body with a fat Allparts neck, Jerry Donahue in the bridge and a str-1 in the neck
    Last edited by superpete; 09-12-2020, 11:36 AM. Reason: why do my pics look so small?

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  • Mincer
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    I love seeing these. There are some amazing individual instruments here.

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  • stevie_bees
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    Double-bound Surf Green alder Custom Telecaster body, rosewood-boarded maple neck, vintage Gotoh tuners. Wilkinson bridge, with brass compensated saddles. SD Five-Two bridge pickup, Psyclone Vintage neck with the tone control only affecting the bridge pickup. It's been my go-to guitar for the last 18 months or so.

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  • Lewguitar
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    Here's mine. Lightweight swamp ash body and maple neck with rosewood fingerboard. The neck was too thick so I reshaped it. Feels perfect now. Thicker than a thin neck but not so "D" shaped. Duncan Antiquity Surfer neck and middle. Lindy Fralin Steel Pole 43 bridge. It's a great guitar!

    That's my 1960 Fender Harvard/Princeton. 60 years old! Harvard cab with one 10" speaker and Princeton chassis. It's the amp that was in the lesson room at Hewitt's Music in Detroit, Michigan where I grew up. Took lessons on it in High School back in 1966 and 67.

    I visited the place again in the 1980's and it was still there in the lesson room. So I bought it.


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  • ErikH
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    Originally posted by Mincer View Post
    That is a wonderful blue color that I am starting to see more and more on all kinds of things.
    Thanks. Yes, it is a beautiful shade. The official name is Tao Turquoise.

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  • Mincer
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    That is a wonderful blue color that I am starting to see more and more on all kinds of things.

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  • ErikH
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    These are mine. The natural one is a Warmoth neck / Chandler alder body with Gotoh hardware and Screamin' Demon pickups. It was built in 1993 and has seen quite a bit of pickup changes but the Screamin' Demons are staying. They work great in this guitar. Simple 3-way toggle (1-Bridge series, 2-Bridge and Neck, 3-Neck series), no splitting.

    The blue one is all Warmoth with an alder body and roasted maple neck, Gotoh hardware. It was built in 2019 after selling off what was a Tele partsocaster. Earlier this year the neck was changed to the roasted maple. It started out with only the Perpetual Burn in the bridge and a push/pull but now it has a Whole Lotta Humbucker neck added, 5-way super-switch and tone control on the bridge only (though that may change). The 5-way goes like this: 1-Bridge series, 2-Bridge split to slug coil, 3-Bridge and Neck, 4-Neck split to screw coil, 5-Neck series.
    Last edited by ErikH; 09-12-2020, 09:00 AM.

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