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Discussion in 'Other T-Types and Partscasters' started by schmee, Apr 14, 2019.
Zelinsky Delaterra Black Paisley...
I wish that I could kiss it .
Sorry, I don't know you that well
So how is the 3-D carving in the top done? Laser? An incredible amount of work. Spilling beer on that one would be a tough clean up.
That brings a whole new definition to the term "paisley telecaster".
Looks cool. Do those Z necks still have all those golf ball divots which were to, at least in theory, reduce friction?
Think that was Zelinsky anyhow.
Yep, they're the ones. I'm on his mailing list, just so I can go and ogle them sometimes. Beautiful guitars.
I love the looks of that model.
I bought one of the Z-glide necks and installed it on a strat. I really like it and I got used to the diamond shaped carvings in no time.
Ooh, ostentatious. It’s a bit overdone for me, but no moreso than a heavy flake sparkle finishes which I like.
I have access to a laser cutter that makes doing tops like that (and metal engraving as well) from a simple scannable drawing, totally easy. Though not really my style personally, that is a really nice design and for once, all the flash is integrated really nicely and not in a gaudy way. Glad to see someone turning out distinctively-styled work that is both well-done and tasteful (instead of just ostentatious.) Really a nice piece. Even the inlays are distinctive yet restrained.
it IS a beautiful thing
They have a gold or silver one too. Getting the engraved bridge or control plate is pretty expensive, but the guitar looks pretty nice with normal plates too. I'd like to have a Z Glide neck sometime, although i dont seem to have as much issue with sticky neck syndrome as some people. They have somewhat custom ordering so you can add or delete things.
Too much , sorry....
WAYYYY too much, sorry!......there, fixed it for 'ya.
You'll get noticed on stage with THAT puppy fer sher!
Oof. I'll be dreaming of this tonight!
I dig it!