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Discussion in 'Other Guitars, other instruments' started by charlie chitlin, Jan 2, 2018.
What should I put here?
three o' these
Chromed knuckle duster?
I shoulda known............
A Custom Made plaque?
Nail file, a la Danny Gatton?
I'm just thinkin' that's a huge improvement right there.
If you must do something, maybe an anchor for the strings with a tune-o-matic bridge or just screws in the screw holes. But IMO, your best choice is to just leave it as it is. The guitar is showing nice signs of relicing that you'd pay a fortune for from a custom shop. Just let it age gracefully and don't fret about it.
While your at it fix the tip of that pick guard and the bulge on the other screw too,We cant have that!
Leave it if its working good.Nice looking Bird!
Can we see the rest of it or is it a secret!
I would put some kind of hardware in there like a screw with a decorative head. With all the inovation in guitar
Stuff these days, I can't help but believe
that there maybe be something already
available for such an occation. Do some
searches and see what you can turn up.
I still say just leave it as it is. A new guard will look out of place on a reliced guitar. And remember, there's nothing that works that can't be broken by trying to fix it.
I'm not sweating it. It makes it to most gigs and, as we said in the motorcycle biz, nobody will see it at 60mph.
I just thought that the TDPRI Brain Trust could come up with something fun.
Whatever you do make sure it can be undone and leave no trace of of your modification if you decide to sell it. A Firebird in the current shape will fetch more money that one that has had a TOM installed on in even if it does make this instrument more playable. I have seen several that have has pearliod dot markers placed on top of the hole
absolutely nothing...it is part of the guitar's history and I enjoy the way your finish is naturally aging.
Well, this is what I would do. I'd like to do this to my Firebird
I got it, a wiggle stick!