#1
heres mine, messed up holographic finish and it all melted off.. Holes are self-installed LEDS lol.. Not too bad but defo not pretty





whatcha'll got??
#2
how does it play and sound? i'm betting the pots are insanely scratchy and noisy lol
Peavey XXX combo *upgraded screen resistors, Tung-Sol's, and 6L6's*
Schecter Syn Std. * modded, scalloped, and worn*
Schecter C-1 Elite *still sexy*
Ibanez AEL 12-string

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#3
is that blood on the tremolo arm???
Gear:
Modded Steinberger Spirit (white) (SD-AH/EMG Select)
Modded Steinberger GP-2R (white) (EMG81/60)
Peavey XXL head
Hughes and Kettner Cream Machine
Hughes and Kettner Blues Master
#4
Quote by CephalidHunter
is that blood on the tremolo arm???


i just realized that.


YOUR GUITAR HAS A TASTE FOR BLOOOOD!
KILL IT KILL IT!
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#5
Quote by CephalidHunter
is that blood on the tremolo arm???



LOOOOOL.
This guitar looks unique though, make it sound amazing, and theres a fine job
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#7
I think its look good honestly.
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#8
Quote by bjovi400
how does it play and sound? i'm betting the pots are insanely scratchy and noisy lol


Ive been playing 10 years and its my main recording axe :P tremolo is rock solid, no play and accurate.. Neck straight as a laser-beam... Pot doesnt crackle because i disconnected the tone control lol.. PU switch started crackling though so i had to move to the little LED switch i added instead for pickup selection

Quote by guitar12
I bet it plays like a pile of cRAP.


I hear ya man, finishes on electric guitars have an incredibly profound effect on tone.. I remember a friend once got a scratch on his 1962 fender and from then on it sounded like a broken harmonica