#2
That first one looks like you could do some amazing acoustic stuff with it.

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#4
to Pr0gNut:
well it would be more impressive if you did amazing electric stuff with it
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#5
Last one (reverse guitar) is kinda hurting my eyes....
The steampunk one is pretty cool though. I only wish the gears moved. Hopefully that rust is paint and not real rust or it will get stuck in the pickups and ruin them.
#6
Quote by MrOtter
to Pr0gNut:
well it would be more impressive if you did amazing electric stuff with it



Taking a second look I'd be impressed if someone just managed to compose some music utilizing all of it,regardless of whether they went acoustic or used it's electronics.

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#7
I would play the hell out of that Gnomish Rhoads. That things is sick looking.
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#8
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Dude how can you say no to the two best things in life: Lego and guitars?

can't leave out star wars... a star wars guitar made out of legos... being played be a hot girl.
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#9
We have all seen these before EXCEPT for the bacwards strat.
Look for the wierd guitars thread or something.
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#10
the first one- ive actually seen and amature CG with that same guitar playing some cool sounding song

the second one- i want it...so i can break it and watch it break away in thousands of pieces.

the third one- i want it cause it looks cool...dunno how much that **** will weigh but i want it.

the fourth one- thats just stupid
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#12
the steampunk rhoads (third one for those who don't know what I mean) is awesome.

I want it, even if it weighs as much as I do
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#13
Seen them all. I want the lego guitar though.

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#16
Can you even play the lego one? Is that really cnosidered an actualy guitar and not like a replica or "art" of a guitar?
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#17
I've seen them all. I think the forth one looks like a strat with a boner.
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#18
Quote by John5rules125
Can you even play the lego one? Is that really cnosidered an actualy guitar and not like a replica or "art" of a guitar?



Yes it is playable
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#19
Quote by Pr0gNut
That first one looks like you could do some amazing acoustic stuff with it.


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#21
alex, check the link in my last post
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#22



They also did a Steampunk Dean, I love how the blue ball thingy lights up like that. I think there's a video of somebody playing this thing somewhere... This guitar started as a Black ML79 I believe
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#24

More steampunk guitars please
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#25
lol the 3rd one looks like it came from the set of Wild Wild West :P

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#26
EDIT: Sry for this post being so pic heavy, but was kinda neccesary to show the detail of these awesome looking instruments

Found more pics of the Rhoads V. It was made by Thunder Eagle Customs and they call it the Villianizer haha








Also the ML was made by the same people. They call it the Nautilus (Based from the Jules Verne novel 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.) Check out the 'pickguard' it looks like those Lego gears





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#27
I love that Rhodes. U so want it to have a liquid cell battery and active pups. Oh dear, I'm getting ideas.
Reversocasters have been around for a while, like reverse V's and Teles. Lego Paul? No ta.
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#28
Quote by Lurcher
I love that Rhodes. U so want it to have a liquid cell battery and active pups. Oh dear, I'm getting ideas.
Reversocasters have been around for a while, like reverse V's and Teles. Lego Paul? No ta.

Yeah, Looks to be a stock JS30RR, (String through body/ dot inlay fretboard gives it away)
But the pickups could either be Passive emgs, jacksons, or ibanez. Those are the only pickups i know that have the kind of rough texture like that
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#29
Quote by Rtard_GWARRIOR
Yeah, Looks to be a stock JS30RR, (String through body/ dot inlay fretboard gives it away)
But the pickups could either be Passive emgs, jacksons, or ibanez. Those are the only pickups i know that have the kind of rough texture like that

or they could be custom made pickup covers.
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#30
Quote by Thomme
or they could be custom made pickup covers.


True but. to me it looks like they just painted over the ****ty jackson pickups.
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#31
Quote by Pr0gNut
Taking a second look I'd be impressed if someone just managed to compose some music utilizing all of it,regardless of whether they went acoustic or used it's electronics.


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#32
Quote by Thomme
can't leave out star wars... a star wars guitar made out of legos... being played be a hot girl.

a hot girl wearing lego clothes that you can take apart?
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