#1
There's lots of Gretsch's out there that have hollow bodies, but no f-holes. So I know I might sound like an idiot here, but could I get a professional to cut an f-hole or two into one of those kinds of guitar?
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#2
probably, as long as the electronics aren't at risk of being sliced
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#3
i wouldnt damage a nice gretsch "solid" electric to add an ugly f hole
i know its not my decision but i would rather buy an already f "holed" guitar

f holes are pretty ugly though and remind me of violens (bloody screeching things)
though falcons are nice
#4
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i wouldnt damage a nice gretsch "solid" electric to add an ugly f hole
i know its not my decision but i would rather buy an already f "holed" guitar

f holes are pretty ugly though and remind me of violens (bloody screeching things)
though falcons are nice

I'd get an f-holed guitar, except I would want a Gretsch semi-hollow, and all of their semi-hollows are out of my budget.
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#6
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what i love f holes, you must not being hearing good violin music, i wanna get an f hole tattooed on my side

and I'd say just buy one!


You've thought about the f hole tattoo too? I was thinking of getting it scarified on because that makes it an awesome nod to Gilbert.

I've also been tempted to get black hightops and put f holes on in gold sharpie. This is more likely.
#7
I'd never get that as a tattoo cause of all the obvious jokes that having visible 'f-holes' might entail.
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#8
@Rebel: well played.

Personally, I think it would be hell difficult to get a clean looking cut. Proceed with caution.