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Sand it back and go for an aged look. That's a killer looking guitar.
I don't like it. Looks like a hack job with the humbucker sitting in the middle of those minis
Beautiful work! If you have an extra one lying around and want someone to brag on your work in Dallas, Texas-feel free to shoot one my way :)
I actually like it( the amp, not the price)
WOW. That's a great looking guitar.
Is it possible that the store ordered enough of them to get a special run made with Seymour Duncan's.
I swapped a MIM fender neck on my CV that I used to have. Direct fit and no issues
Where do I stand on spiders? Directly on top of them
I LOVE that Guitar! It's beautiful
I looked it up. That's actually a classic vibe for 550 that's been plekd. They 4 bills for the Unplekd version.
Done business with them several times and every time worked out fine. Don't fret too much on the shipping link, mine showed up before I really...
I think it could be done, but you need to research a few good techs in your area and take them the guitar. Several quotes will allow you to see...
You could buy a five hole pickguard and cut it down
I think it looks great
Just a suggestion. If you are refinishing it always, try a vintage top loader. I've always thought they were cool.
I'm pretty sure that the bolt on neck has to do more with lower cost of production and ease of adjustment, and less to do with resonance. Also,...
I would keep the tele. You have had it since new, it's a cool top loader. Maybe it's time to consider getting a replacemment body (keep the...
That's a sharp guitar.
You could always modify your current CV thinline. If you like it so much, putting two humbuckers would be pretty straightforward
I have the same guitar. I've changed it a bit. Pickguard, dual humbuckers. It plays awesome.
They all have similar wear patterns. They each are going to vary just a bit, but are generally worn in the same areas with the same method. Those...
Bytemare, glad to hear you are happy with it. Can you post some pics for us of your guitar, so we can see what you are talking about ( we love...
I would get the ones on the right and use the soldering iron trick to get them to sink in really close to flush.