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#1
So what would be your ultimate guitar? price doesn't matter. just follow this presentation:

Body type :
Body wood:
Neck wood:
Neck construction:
fretboard wood:
fretboard inlays:
frets:
head shape:
tuners:
locking nuts:
bridge:
Pickups:
Pickguard:
Finish:
Extras:

so here's mine:
Body type : ESP's EX explorer-type body
Body wood: Mahogany w/ flamed maple top
Neck wood: Maple (extra-thin)
Neck construction: Neck-thru
fretboard wood: Rosewood
fretboard inlays: Kirk Hammet's skulls&bones, pearl
frets: 24 XJ frets
head shape: Jackson Dinky
tuners: grover
Locking nuts: yes
bridge: Ibanez ZR-2 Tremolo w/ ZPS3 Zero Point System
Pickups: HSH formation. EMG 81 (bridge), EMG S (middle), EMG 60(neck)
Pickguard: None
Finish: See-thru Black
Extras: EMG Afterburner, coil splitter for the EMG 60 (for maximal tonal capacities)
#2
Body type :rhoads
Body wood:mahogany
Neck wood:wickedly thin slice of maple
Neck construction:neck thru
fretboard wood:rosewood
fretboard inlays: the inlay that matt padget has on his esp
frets:24 jumbos
head shape:kind of like an extreme version of the rg heads
tuners:shiny black grovers
locking nuts:hells to the bleeding yes
bridge:the original floyd rose
Pickups:seymour duncan black out(bridge) seymour duncan invader (neck
Pickguard:none
Finish:a glossy as hell snow white with golden bevels and stripes
Extras: no tone pots/pick up selector just volume (pure screaming distortion)
#4
Body type : Double cut LP
Body wood: Mahogany, non-bookmatched flamed maple top
Neck wood: Maple
Neck construction: Set, short-scale
fretboard wood: Indian Rosewood
fretboard inlays: Trapezoid, abalone
frets: 22
head shape: Gibson LP
tuners: Grovers
locking nuts: Defo
bridge: TOM
Pickups: SD P-Rails
Pickguard: None
Finish: Blackburst
Extras: Full P-rail toggle ("P-90", Humbucker, and Rail) as a mini-switch
When altitude dropping, my ears started popping. One more red nightmare...
#5
^If there is no pickup selector, then...


yea i know but i always wanted to have both pick ups screaming just to hear it lol
if i could actually own it i would prolly put one in but try find a way to add a bypass
#6
Body type : ESP Horizon II
Body wood: Mahogany + Quilted Maple Top
Neck wood: Maple + Walnut (5 piece) - thin
Neck construction: Through neck
fretboard wood: Ebony
fretboard inlays: Either none or some kind of badass inlays of my own design
frets: 24
head shape: ESP Pointed (normal or reversed) or ESP F/B
tuners: Locking Sperzel
locking nuts: No, graphite nut
bridge: TOM string through body
Pickups: Bareknuckle Miracle Man (bridge) and Cold Sweat (neck) or Nailbomb set
Pickguard: None
Finish: See through black cherry/dark blue
Extras: 1 volume + 1 tone, 3 way toggle for pickup selection, push/push tone for pickup splitting and lets make a 6 and 7 string version while we're at it.
Last edited by lyonk55 at Jul 11, 2009,
#7
Body type :Stratocaster-ish. Something like a mix of a ibanez RG and John Petruccis
signature Music Man
Body wood:Black Korina
Neck wood:Bubinga
Neck construction:5pcs Bolt on, quite fat!
fretboard wood: Jet Black Ebony
fretboard inlays: A Ibanez S series type of inlay on the 12th fret
frets: 24 medium
head shape: Ibanez
tuners: Grover locking-tuners
locking nuts:yes
bridge: Ibanez Edge Pro 7
Pickupsimarzio D-sonic 7 in bridge and a dimarzio Air Norton 7 in neck
Pickguard: A really cool one
Finish:Transparent blue with a pickguard or just the natural wood
Extras: it's a 7string. 2 tone pots and 2 volume pots. Volume pots are wired so I can change from series to parallel on the humbuckers, the tone pots wired so I can change phase-switching.
A 5-way selector switch. 1 position neck-2 position neck with coil split-3 position neck+bridge-4 position bridge with coil split-5 position bridge.
#8
Body type: Les Paul
Body wood: Mahogany
Neck wood: Mahogany
Construction: 1 piece neck through?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?! AKA: Whole guitar carved from a giant slab of mahogany
Fretboard wood: Quilted Maple
Fretboard inlays: Black ebony X inlays
Frets: 22 Gold plated stainless steel jumbo.
Head shape: Gibson scrollbook.
Tuners: Sperzel locking (gold)
Locking nuts: N/A
Bridge: Gold Tonepros locking TOM with strings-through-body.
Pickups: Ormsby Hybrid/Hybrid+ w/coil tap (gold pole pieces)
Pickguard: N/A
Finish: Blueburst on quilted maple top for head and body.
Controls: 2 vol 2 tone and 3way. (coil tap on 2nd tone).
Knobs: Gold dome
Switch: Gold 3 way toggle (not gibson style)
Extras: Control cavities cut out with some ultra ****ing awesome machine that I don't think exists so the cover is wood taken from where the cavity cutout is so the grain matches exactly. All gold hardware. Pickups will also be screwed into the body like on Ibanez Presteige RGs instead of the pickup ring like on actual LPs.

I can't even start to imagine this. I gotta get this when I somehow get for $3500 for an Ormsby custom shop. Except maybe without the 1 piece neckthrough...

All that but with maple neck and mahogany body (so no more 1 piece neck-through) in a Rhoads shape with a ESP 6-in-line headstock would also be ****ing sweet.
My Gear:
Epiphone Les Paul Standard
Peavey Vypyr 30
DW Collector's 3 pc drums
Mapex Black panther snare
Sabian AAX/Zildjian K cymbals.
Last edited by random_B-RAD at Jul 10, 2009,
#9
Body type : Strat/Super-strat style
Body wood: Mahogany
Neck wood: Whatever
Neck construction: Nice and thin
fretboard wood: Whatever
fretboard inlays: The Tree of Life inlays on the Jem
frets:24
head shape: Strat style
tuners: Locking, whatever
locking nuts: yes
bridge: Original Floyd Rose
Pickups: HSH, I don't know much on specifics
Pickguard: Chrome
Finish: Black
Extras: 1 Volume knob, 3 tone knobs
Breaking stereotypes by playing indie on a metal guitar.

Current Gear
- Epiphone Les Paul Standard (Plus Top)
- Crappy Strat Copy (Redecorated, looks snazzy)
- Ibanez Acoustic/Electric Guitar
- Ibanez RG1570 Mirage Blue
- Peavey Vypyr 30 Watt
#10
Body type : Lightweight Strat, like a Suhr Classic
Body wood: Alder
Neck wood: Maple
Neck construction: Bolt-on, with a curved-off heel for better fret access
fretboard wood: Rosewood
fretboard inlays: None, or Strat dots
frets: 22, biatches
head shape: Ibanez/Suhr
tuners: Sperzel locking
locking nuts: No, just a GraphTech nut
bridge: PRS or Wilkinson trem
Pickups: Fender SCN or BareKnuckle Mother Milks
Pickguard: Strat-type
Finish: Whale Blue!
Extras: Roland Synth pickup, killswitch, twisty frets!
#11
Body type: ESP Horizon II
Body wood: Mahogany with some figured Maple top.
Neck wood: Maple
Neck construction: Set-Thru, Thin U neck
fretboard wood: A very nice piece of Rosewood.
fretboard inlays: ESP Offset Blocks (12th fret: something other than the normal block, don't really know what)
frets: 24
head shape: ESP Pointed
tuners: Some tuners that can tune the guitar.
locking nuts: Original Floyd Rose locking nut.
bridge: Original Floyd Rose
Pickups: Either a Seymour Duncan JB/'59 set or an EMG 85/60 set.
Pickguard: NONE!
Finish: Don't know, an Horizon II looks good in any see-through finish! xD
Extras: Master Volume, Master Tone, 3-way blade switch
MY RIG
ESP LTD MH-400
Roland Cube 15X
#12
Quote by blue_strat
Body type : Lightweight Strat, like a Suhr Classic
Body wood: Alder
Neck wood: Maple
Neck construction: Bolt-on, with a curved-off heel for better fret access
fretboard wood: Rosewood
fretboard inlays: None, or Strat dots
frets: 22, biatches
head shape: Ibanez/Suhr
tuners: Sperzel locking
locking nuts: No, just a GraphTech nut
bridge: PRS or Wilkinson trem
Pickups: Fender SCN or BareKnuckle Mother Milks
Pickguard: Strat-type
Finish: Whale Blue!
Extras: Roland Synth pickup, killswitch, twisty frets!

Twisty frets? You mean multiscale. If so I like the look of that :O
My Gear:
Epiphone Les Paul Standard
Peavey Vypyr 30
DW Collector's 3 pc drums
Mapex Black panther snare
Sabian AAX/Zildjian K cymbals.
#13
Body type : Caparison Dellinger
Body wood: Mahogany
Neck wood: Maple
Neck construction: Scarf joint? oh neck joint mm bolt on with heel cut
fretboard wood: ebony
fretboard inlays: none
frets: 24
head shape: devils tail
tuners: gotoh h.a.p
locking nuts: mmm nope
bridge: wilkinson
Pickups: h/s/s BKP nailbomb/irish tour/irish tour
Pickguard: negative
Finish: gloss black
Extras: white binding on headstock and fretboard, MJR neck carve, chrome hardware
#16
Body type :arch top soloist
Body wood:mahogany w/ flamed maple top
Neck wood:maple
Neck construction:set neck
fretboard wood:rosewood
fretboard inlays:small dots that light up green
frets:24
head shape:schecter c
tuners:locking sperzel
locking nuts:floyd rose
bridgeriginal floyd rose
Pickups:emg 81/60
Pickguard:none
Finish:trans black black with pearl buinding
Extras:none
Switch: 3 way gibson style
Member of the Schecter Hellraisers
Gear:
Esp Ltd KH-603, Schecter c-1+ and Epiphone Les Pauls
Carvin amps, Sperzel Trim-Lok, Emg active pickups only, Tonepros bridges.
#17
Body type : Jackson Soloist
Body wood: Alder
Neck wood: Maple
Neck construction: neck-through
fretboard wood: Rosewood
fretboard inlays: no inlays
frets: 24
head shape: reversed ESP
tuners: Grover
locking nuts: None
bridge: Fixed Bridge
Pickups: HH Bridge: Dimarzio Tone Zone Neck: Dimarzio Paf Pro
Pickguard: None
Finish: White with Black Pickups
Extras: None
#18
Body type : Razorback V
Body wood: Mahogany
Neck wood: mahogany
Neck construction: neck-through 7 string Dean V contour
fretboard wood: ebony
fretboard inlays: As seen on the jeff loomis c7fr
frets: 24 jumbo
head shape: upside down ESP
tuners: Grover
locking nuts: yes
bridge:OFR 7 string
Pickups: SD blackouts
Pickguard: none
Finish: Jeff Loomis Vampire Red
Extras: extra volume pot, no tone knob, Black/black chrome hardware


Last edited by DimeLvR at Jul 10, 2009,
#19
Body type : Super Strat or Explorer (Kelly)
Body wood: Mahogany or Ash
Neck wood: 5 piece maple/wenge
Neck construction: NECKTHRU!!!!!!!!
fretboard wood: ebony
fretboard inlays: none
frets: 27
head shape: ibanez or jackson
tuners: gotoh
locking nuts: yes
bridge: Lo Pro Edge 7, OFR-7 or ZR-7
Pickups: Dimarzio Evolution 7 Blaze Neck
Pickguard: nope
Finish: natural
Extras: 7 string
"... and on either side of the river was the tree of life, with its twelve kinds of fruit, yielding its fruit each month. The leaves of this tree were for the healing of nations.
#20
Body type : Strat-style
Body wood: Alder
Neck wood: Maple
Neck construction: Neck-thru
fretboard wood: Rosewood, maybe Maple
fretboard inlays: Dots
frets: 24
head shape: Strat
tuners: Grovers
locking nuts: No
bridge: String-thru
Pickups: SD JB bridge (white), Fender middle, SD '59 neck (white)
Pickguard: white Strat-style
Finish: black
Extras: none

#21
Body type :Les Paul
Body wood: Alder
Neck wood: Mahogany
Neck construction: Neck-Thru
fretboard wood: Ebony
fretboard inlays: PRS birds style,
frets: 25 (BECAUSE I'M DIFFERENT)
head shape: Revese Ibanez, or ESP (Tuners facing up)
tuners: Gotoh
locking nuts: None
bridge: Fixed Bridge, preferably the Tune-O-Matic on the LP
Pickups: HHH formation. SD JB/59er, '57 Classic Alnico Humbucker in the middle.
Pickguard: None
Finish: Not that this is possible, but acrylic with a blue tint to it. Or in less fancy terms, the PRS SC245 style finish, only blue and white with and iridescent feel to it.
Extras: None
Switch: Les Paul Original Style
FIGHT MY BRUTE!
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#22
Body type : Aerodyne strat
Body wood:Mahogany
Neck wood:Maple
Neck construction:Thin, but not too thin. bolt on.
fretboard wood:Maple
fretboard inlays:none, but a badass gold oriental looking dragon stretching the length of the fretboard
frets: 24 XJ
head shape: caparison devil tail (2 tuners on the top 4 on the bottom)
tuners:Grover
locking nuts:yes
bridge:FR
Pickups:HH EMG 81bridge 60 neck
Pickguard:gold plated, with a Chinese flower design etched into it
Finish:see-thru black
Extras:all gold hardware, gibson style 3 way toggle, vol vol tone tone knobs, a master volume knob conveniently located right below the bridge pickup to mute while not playing, killswitch on the lower horn, gold binding, my name on the headstock.

i think i jizzed while making this
Gear:
Guitars
ESP LTD M-1000 Deluxe w/ FR
Hamer XT-series SATQ
Fender Stratocaster
'75 Fender F-35 Acoustic
Amp
Vox VT15
Pedals
535Q Crybaby Wah
Last edited by ChecKxMaTe77 at Jul 10, 2009,
#23
Body type : Strat
Body wood: A really nice grainy piece of Swamp Ash
Neck wood: Maple
Neck construction: Bolt-on
fretboard wood: Maple
fretboard inlays: Dots (I'm a simple man)
frets: 24
head shape: Kramer Banana/Hockey Stick
tuners: Gotho
locking nuts: Floyd
bridge: Flush mounted Floyd
Pickups: Single angled bridge humbucker, probably a Beefbucker
Pickguard: None
Finish: A nice transparent red or possibly blue that will let the grain of the wood really shine through
Extras: None
Switch: None
#24
Body type : Xplorer or some crazy metal shape
Body wood: Mahoghany
Neck wood: Maple
Neck construction: Set
fretboard wood: Ebony
fretboard inlays: Saw
frets: 24
head shape: ESP
tuners: Gotoh
locking nuts: -
bridge: TOM
Pickups: *shrug*
Pickguard: None
Finish: A shiny one of black diamond plate : D
Extras: Not really a extra but i would like my dream guitar to be a 7 or 8 string
Switch: Coil tap.?
Join the 7 String Legion!

RG7420 with Dimarzio Crunchlab + Liquifire set
Peavey Vypyr 75 with Sanpera I
Digidesign Eleven Rack
Sennheiser HD280 headphones
Behringer FCB1010 with EurekaProm

Call me Eddy
#25
Body type : Some variant of a Strat, me-thinks.
Body wood: Korina/Limba
Neck wood: 3 piece laminate. (thin) wenge, (thick) bubina, (thin) wenge.
Neck construction: Neck through
fretboard wood: Cocobolo
fretboard inlays: None.
frets: 24
head shape: Like a MusicMan, but with 5 on a side, and 2 on the other. (7 string!)
tuners: Steinberger Gearless
locking nuts: None. Grap Tech is good enough for me.
bridge: Hipshot 7 string vibrato
Pickups: Bareknuckle Abraxas in neck, Barknuckle Cold Sweat in bridge, and Bareknuckle Trilogy Suite in middle.
Pickguard: None
Finish: tinted oil.
Extras: 3 Vol, 3 Tone, two tones push pull for series/parallel. the volume for the middle is push/pull for phase switching. Individual mini toggles for each pickup. Also, an SPST momentary killswitch.
All hardware black.
it's all just coming back
it's all coming back

it's all coming back to me
#26
Body type : Les Paul
Body wood: Mahogany
Neck wood: Maple
Neck construction: Set in
fretboard wood: Ebony
fretboard inlays: Split block
frets: Medium Jumbo
head shape: Gibson!
tuners: Grover
locking nuts: N/A
bridge: TOM
Pickups: 57's or BareKnuckles
Pickguard: No
Finish: Dark Candy Apple red
Extras: Coil Splitter and a button by the input jack that when pressed causes the souls of Hendrix, SRV and Dimebag to reincarnate together as me, and play so amazingly that people's faces will just melt.
Switch: Standard Les Paul
#27
Body type: Rhoads
Body wood: Mahogany
Neck wood: Flamed Maple
Neck construction: Neck-Thru
Fretboard wood: Ebony
Fretboard inlays: Piranha
Frets: 24 Jumbo
Head shape: Jackson
Tuners: Black Gotoh
Locking nuts: Yes
Bridge: Black Floyd Rose
Pickups: Couple of Seymour Duncans
Pickguard: None
Finish: Ebony
Extras: Cream binding for neck and headstock and cream pinstriped bevels on body, all black hardware.
Switch: 3 way toggle
"Swim in a lake of death, eaten by crocodiles!"

Gear:
Jackson RR3
Epiphone Les Paul Custom
Stagg C 442
Randall RG100G3 plus combo
Roland Cube 30X
TS9 Tubescreamer
#28
My ultimate guitar is the search bar.

...


...

... Oh sod it.


I'm expanding this because the original list is far too brief to cover every important thing in a guitar.

Body type: Rear-routed semi-hollow Strat with no rear body contour and a single f-hole (top).
Body wood: Maple.
Neck wood: Maple.
Neck contour: Soft-V, around 0.850" at the 1st fret and 0.935" at the 12th fret.
Neck construction: I assume you mean in terms of how it's attached to the body. Bolt-on with the Fender style contoured heel. 720 mod to lower neck pocket.
Scale: 25"
Fretboard wood: Ziricote.
Fretboard inlays: None, but white side-diamond inlays on the side.
Frets: 22, stainless steel 6105 size for frets 1-11, 6130 for frets 12-22
Headstock shape: The old slightly slimmer Kramer reverse headstock, but angled.
Tuners: Gold Planet Waves auto-trim locking tuners with mother-of-pearl buttons.
Nuts: White corian nut
Bridge: Single piece wraparound bridge ala the very early Les Pauls and earlier PRS models. Recessed.
Pickups: Swineshead AMP humbucker in the neck, Swineshead Dragonfly singlecoil in the middle, Swineshead Warthog in the bridge. Neck pickup wired to be out of phase with bridge pickup. All pickups in double black coils.
Controls: 5-way switch (neck/neck and middle/middle/neck and bridge/bridge), 1m volume pot for neck, 500k volume pot for middle, 500k volume pot for bridge. Black knobs with gold tops.
Pickguard: None, though all pickups would be mounted in gold metal mounting rings.
Finish: Gloss translucent white on body and neck.


Basically a Kramer Jersey Star but without a vibrato bridge, better pickups, more useful controls and a more playable neck.
Yes, I know everything. No, I can't play worth a damn.
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#29
Body type : Super Strat. A more contoured RG
Body wood: Mahogany body, Maple top
Neck wood: Maple and Walnut
Neck construction: Neck-thru, same dimensions as a Prestige RGT
fretboard wood: Ebony
fretboard inlays: Sharks tooth
frets: 24 jumbo
head shape: Jackson
tuners: Gotoh
locking nuts: Yes
bridge: Edge Zero
Pickups: Bare Knuckle 'Cold Sweat' set
Pickguard: None
Finish: Pearlescent Black
Extras: 1 X volume; 1 X tone; Coil tap switch for each pup; three-way toggle mounted on the upper horn
Gibson Les Paul Studio with Catswhiskers pickups
PRS SE 'Floyd' Custom 24 with Creamery pickups
Fender Standard Stratocaster with DiMarzio pickups
Takamine GN30
BluGuitar AMP1
#30
This has been done before but i'll do it anyway.

Body type: PRS Custom 24 7-string
Body wood: Mahgony
Neck wood: Rosewood
Neck construction: Wide-Thin 25" scale
fretboard wood: Bridseye Maple
fretboard inlays: Some type of bird running down
frets: 24 jumbo ss
head shape: regular prs
tuners: Some form of locking tuners idc what brand
locking nuts: no
bridge: TOM string through
Pickups: to be decided
Pickguard:none
Finish: goldtop clear coat on back and headstock. Un-finished neck
Extras:2vol 2 tone 5way rotary switch chrome hardware.
My Gear:
Jackson DK2M
PRS Paul Allender Sig
Epiphone SG Special
Fender Blues Jr.
Roland Micro Cube
#31
Body type : Ibanez RG
Body wood: Mahogany
Neck wood: Maple
Neck construction: Neck-Thru
fretboard wood: Maple
fretboard inlays: Dots
frets: 27
head shape: Pointed
tuners: Gotoh
Nut: Locking
bridge: Original Floyd Rose
Pickups: SD Blackout (Bridge), DiMarzio Evo(Neck)
Pickguard: Black chrome
Finish: Bright Yellow
Extras: Vol/Vol/ 3-Way Toggle, Killswitch, Monkey Grip (Just for looks)
Kramer EVH 5150
'85 Kramer Baretta Reissue
Randall KH120RHS Hammet Stack
BOSS OD-20
BOSS GT-10
George Lynch Dragon Wah
Dunlop SW-95 Slash Wah
#32
Body type: Moderne
Body wood: Walnut, figured top
Neck wood: Maple/Koa/Carbon Fibre/Maple/Carbon Fibre/Koa/Maple
Neck construction: Neck-thu, 24 3/4" scale, Thin V
fretboard wood: Ebony
fretboard inlays: Offset dots
frets: 22, Jumbo pyramid, stainless
head shape: Reverse Ibanez-ish
tuners: Gotoh Gold
Nut: Carbon/brass, 41mm
bridge: Schaller 456, gold
Pickups: Some kind of gold, humbucker sized P90 in the neck, and a gold humbucker in the bridge
Pickguard: None
Finish: Natural, thick.
Extras:
Individual on/split/off for humbucker and on/mid boost/off for p90.
Master Vol
Master Tone
Treble Boost
Rosewood pickup rings
Optima Gold 11's
#33
Body type: double cut with carved top
Body wood: mahogany with figured sapele top
Neck wood: rosewood
Neck construction: set 25.5" scale with carved heel to allow easier access to 20th+ fret
fretboard wood: ebony
fretboard inlays: small abalone dots
frets: 22 medium
head shape: something understated with 3-a-side
tuners: locking
nut: bone
bridge: stoptail - strat string height
pickups: slightly hotter than PAF * 2 - body mounted
pickguard: none
finish: amber with slight burst
extras: blade style switch, master vol and tone - maple knobs

I'd probably still prefer to play my strat though.
American Deluxe maple board Strat
Hot Rod Deluxe
Fulltone Fulldrive II mosfet
#34
Body type : Chambered LP
Body wood: Mahogany
Neck wood: Maple
Neck construction: 25.5
fretboard wood: Ebony
fretboard inlays: Gothic Cross or the ones on Kerry King's Flying V
frets: 24
head shape: Standard 3-a-Side Schecter Tempest Style
tuners: Grover
locking nuts: Not Sure
bridge: OFR
Pickups: Seymour Duncans - Sh-6 in Bridge and SH-2 in Neck
Pickguard: Standard Les Paul
Finish: Gloss White w/ Gloss Black Pcikguard
Extras: Deeper Cutaway/Ultra Accessories so i can actually reach the 24 fret, Coil Tabs, 2 tone and 2 Vol knobs, 3 way switch, Crome Hardware
#35
Body type : Carvin Ultra V (It's like a reversed RR style)
Body wood: Alder, with Maple Top
Neck wood: Maple
Neck construction: Uber nice Bolt-on
fretboard wood: Ebony
fretboard inlays: Dots, but with small LED's under them, that when the fret is pressed down, lights up for a little bit
frets:24
head shape: Mix between Jackson and Ibanez, Reverse.
tuners: Gotoh Locking
locking nuts: Yes
bridge: Blocked Floyd Rose (for tuning ability, with easy tuning swaps)
Pickups: Dimarzio EVO (B) and Air Norton (N)
Pickguard: As seen on Carvin
Finish: Flamed Purple, with a Royal Blue Sunburst
Extras: Coil Tap, Gold Hardware, Comes pre-tuned to Drop C, and my signature on the trem cavity cover.

*faps*
#36
Body type: Thin Double Cutaway
Body wood: Mahogany
Neck wood: Maple
Neck construction: 5-Bolt Deep Cut
Fretboard: Rosewood
Inlays: Mother-Of-Pearl Clocks
Headstock: Caparison Devil Tail 4-2
Tuners: Gotoh
Nut: Locking
Frets: 27
Finish: Mahogany Oil
Binding: White on fretboard
Pickup Placement: H/S
Pickups: Caparison BH-IIR (Bridge) EMG SA-X (Neck, Slanted)
Bridge: Schaller Floyd Rose
Hardware: Gold
Controls: Volume, Volume, 3-Way Toggle, Killswitch, Mini Toggle for Coil Tap
Ibanez SAS32EX
Caparison TAT II
Music Man JP 6
BOSS GT-10
ENGL Fireball 60
ENGL Pro Greenback 4x12

#37
Body type : ES-335
Body wood: Maple w/ flamed maple top
Neck wood: Mahogany
Neck construction: Set-neck
fretboard wood: Ebony
frets: 22 medium frets
inlays: mother of pearl
head shape: Schecter solo-6 headstock
tuners: grover
bridge: Bigsby
Pickups: Burstbucker 1(neck) Burstbucker 2(bridge)
Pickguard: 3 ply white
Finish: Pelham blue
Binding: White, body and neck
Hardware: Nickel
Controls: 2 volume, 2 tone, 3 way switch
Extra: Output jack on outer rim of body
Without spiritual mentoring, too much freedom can lead to the soul's decay
- Prince
#38
Body type: Stratocaster
Body wood: Swamp Ash
Neck wood: Rock Maple w/ Rosewood Skunk Stripe
Neck construction: Fender-style Bolt On
fretboard wood: Brazillian Rosewood
fretboard inlays: MOP Snowflakes (acoustic style)
frets: 22
head shape: 60's Strat
tuners: Shaller
locking nuts: No
bridge: Traditional Trem
Pickups: 50's/60's Stock Fender
Pickguard: White Pearl
Finish: Metallic British Racing Green w/ Horizontal White/Black Border Racing Stripe above pickguard
Extras: Gold Hardware, No Pickup Covers, Gold Strat-Style Knobs/Switch Head, Push-Pull Volume/Tone for all pickups, Swith to activate neck position, (various other switches as well for weird sounds)
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Rest In Peace Stevie Ray
#39
Body type : Mosrite V88
Body wood: Alder
Neck wood: Maple
Neck construction: If you mean bolt on or set, Bolt on. I'd also like a modification to be done to it: The Bill Kirchen neck modification. (That means you put threaded steel inserts in place of the screw holes and use special screws for a very stable neck)
fretboard wood: Maple
fretboard inlays: Doesn't matter as long as they aren't like Gibsons that take up most of the fretboard.
frets: Low
head shape: Mosrite
tuners: Steinberger.
locking nuts: None required. (Note: It would have a zero fret)
bridge: Mosrite Vibramute
Pickups: Mosrite Single Coils.
Pickguard: Mosrite
Finish: Orange
Extras: I'd like it to be a stereo guitar. (Look it up)
Always tin your strings.

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