#1
I had this idea the other day and I've just been mulling it around in my head a bit; how would a hollow-body or acoustic guitar with an iceman shape sound? I'm curious how the acoustics would work in a shape like that.

What do you guys think?
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#2
Something tells me a fully acoustic version wouldn't sound too great. All of the acoustic guitars shaped like electric guitars I've ever heard of have apparently been not that great. Fender did both Strat and Tele versions iirc and I think Dean did a Flying V.
Not sure about semi-hollow though, I'm sure it wouldn't sound too bad.
#3
I was thinking a fully acoustic version would sound pretty bad actually. if they blocked off the horns maybe a little better. if it was a hollow body it might make a difference, especially with a soundblock in the middle. that and it would just look neat with the F-holes (paul gilbert-esque?)
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#5
generaly they do sound bad in electric shapes.

Unfortunately i do own a Dean V-coustic (was a gift)
sounds like shit, but plugged in it's alright.

If you can get your hands on a Dean ML-coustic that would be pretty similar in shape I'd guess.

A semi-hollow would be fine and dandy though
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