#1
So I think I'm looking in the way of Carvin guitars at the moment. I pieced together a custom guitar that I'm soon about to drop a 20% deposit on to begin construction. This guitar will cost around $1300 with some extra accessories and whatnot. I play metal/hardcore/progressive (think Between the Buried and Me, Human Abstract, Protest the Hero, Misery Signals, etc.). I also want something that can bust out decent cleans. Is this a decent setup, or should I tweak some things on here, maybe even go custom in a different brand? thanks in advance


DC145T
Right Handed
Wilkinson Tremolo 1

NMAH - Mahogany Neck & Body
-CG - Clear Gloss Finish (Standard)
FSA - Antique Brown Stain Flame
5H - 5-Piece Mahogany Neck w/ 2 Maple Stripes
-IN - Inline Headstock (Standard)
-PH - Headstock To Match Plain Wood Body Color (Standard)
RWF - Rosewood Fingerboard
MPS - White Mother of Pearl Signature Inlays
-FR - Med-Jumbo Frets .048" H .103" W (Standard)
-R12 - 12in Fretboard Radius (Standard)
S22B - S22B Bridge Pickup w/ Metal Cover to Match Hardware
S22J - S22J Neck Pickup w/ Metal Cover to Match Hardware
-400 - Black Coils w/ Black Bezels (Standard)
32 - Two Coil Splitting Switches
G - Gold Hardware
-46 - Elixir 1046E Light Gauge .010 - .046 (Standard)
WL - White Logo
PK - Metal Knobs w/ Pearl Inlays
SL - Dunlop Straplocks
ETR - Engraved Truss Rod Cover
Truss Rod Engraving:
Line 1: [My Name]
HC11 - Form-Fitted ABS Hardshell Case
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Schecter C-1 XXX
Squier Fender Stratocaster
Peavey 6505+
Marshall 1960A Lead Cabinet
Peavey Studio Pro 112
MXR Carbon Copy

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#2
Only thing I see is the straplocks. Get Schallers, not Dunlops. They have a failsafe mechanism on them; the Dunlops don't.