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Discussion in 'Tele Home Depot' started by preeb, Mar 28, 2013.
Not at all.. I think it looks very classy TMHO.
They fit tightly in a LP case. No need for custom cases.
The case in the photos is a Lifton replica I had made for me 2 years ago but can't use them for shipping... only local pickups.
Nothing wrong with poly if sprayed very thin. I don't use it because I like the depth and look of shellac and nitro better.
It's one of the build options. Most players ask for it.
Let me think about it.
I sure do need the help and ideas. Everybody does.
I need the feedback and opinions and I like the people over here a lot.. many have become friends over the years.
Thank you dear!
Oops, I guess I forgot my smiley.
I love the purple one.
The smiley makes all the difference (-;
I love it very much. I added it to the standard color list.
Interesting how bad the gold knobs look on the Purple...
Same options (creme plastics, single ply binding and bound neck) in mildly flamed Lemon-Drop
Yeah definitely black knobs!
Picked up the March issue of Guitar Player. Congrats on the great review!
That's a nice answer.
It is a great forum, and it is really good for amateurs like me to be able to learn from pros like you.
Yes, the gold knobs fight the rest of the guitar for attention. Black should work quite nicely. Have you considered designing you own knobs? A clear knob could be lacquered on its back to match any finish you can think of.
Here's one with a western maple top in Rusty Cherry.
Mark Grant had an interesting input on that matter... can't be posted in public though (-;
I don't know... purple knobs?!?
Looks like gold and black will cover most grounds.
You can always go with clear knobs, they match everything. I think they would be sweet on the purple IMHO
I would leave the knob creative and developmental aspects to your R&D department. Could be a custom feature. ;-)
I make them in clear celluloid, but trust me... they look bad if not painted inside.
All you see is the pot shaft and nut + the embossed numbers can't be read.
Maybe Nickel plated aluminum.