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Discussion in 'Other T-Types and Partscasters' started by corbo, Feb 18, 2019.
Thats a real looker! classic beauty! Congrats
Beauty! I've strayed over the years but always came back to a Telecaster.
Wow, thats one well made Tele mate, enjoy!
Gorgeous - and I'm so pleased for you you pursued and got what you really wanted. Patience is a virtue!
Congrats! A lifetime instrument. I must say, I love that tortoise on black.
What a knockout! The irony is that I don't like black guitars, rosewood fretboards, or that shade of tortiseshell. But that all came together so nice.
Wowza. That is a looker!
I bought a Kirn (“Zach Attack” in the gallery) for my brother when he graduated from college about 10 years ago. It remains his #1 to this day.
Nice. You had me at rosewood fingerboard and Seth Lover.
very very nice !! now got off here and play that beauty !!!
My Gawd that man is an artist...
Be Proud my son ,Be Proud!
It's kinda sad... the fun's over.... I love makin' something like that...... and now... she has a new home....
The joy you take in the process clearly shows, man. Thanks again!!
Gorgeous guitar! Congrats and Happy 50th! Ron, you outdid yourself with this one. Just amazing!
Great guitar. But, you named it after a porn actress??
beautiful work Ron as usual, sir you are an artist!, may be some day......
This was a definite midlife crisis purchase, I won’t lie. But it was cheaper than a sports car and infinitely less damaging than a girlfriend. When I look at this axe, I see a sexy brunette with a honey-colored neck, capable of just about anything — and my misspent youth did the rest. Guilty as charged.
There is some high-end craftsmanship from @Ronkirn that went into this. Congratulations to you, @corbo for coming up with the design and feature set. It seems very well thought out.
Congrats on a gorgeous custom! One of Ron's Barnbusters is definitely on my short list Hopefully this will be the year as well.
Thank you, man. I did kind of agonize over everything, from the dimensions to the electronics and the color/finish choices. I just wanted at least one axe I didn't have any "buts" about. This seems to be it
Beautimus Eat your hearts out Fender Custom Shop!